Glasser, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and past
Chair of the National Parenting Education Network. A nationally
recognized authority on parenting and child development, Dr.
Glasser has been interviewed by numerous magazines, newspapers,
television and radio shows including Parenting, Redbook,
USA Today, South Florida Parenting, Child, CNN.com, San Antonio
Express-News, Balanced Living, San Jose Mercury News, Herald-Mail,
The Copley News Service, Digital Hour, Woman's Day, Family
Circle, Parents, Baby Talk, Nick Jr. Magazine, First for Women,
Scholastic, and PBS Public Television. She also
served as the on-air parenting expert for Fox WSVN News, hosting
Parent to Parent,
a weekly segment.
is also an experienced writer and columnist. She is the co-author
Step-Tween Survival Guide," winner of the Voice
of Youth Advocates (VOYA) Nonfiction Honor List and a finalist
in the ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year award. It is described
by Jeanette Lofas, president of The Stepfamily Foundation
as a "...must read for anyone with tweens in their stepfamily."
1999, she has penned "Positive Parenting" (a weekly
feature of the Miami Herald), offering trusted information
about issues ranging from sleep challenges to stepfamilies.
She is a contributor for Examiner.com, where she writes
articles of interest to stepfamilies. Glasser has also served
as a writer and consulting editor for Teach More/Love More,
a monthly newsletter for parents of children ages birth to
In addition, she authored a chapter in The Experts' Guide
to the Baby Years (Clarkson Potter, 2006) where she was
named one of "100 of the world's most trusted parenting
recipient of numerous honors and awards - including the South
Florida Business Journal's Up and Comer Award for professional
achievement and community service -
Dr. Glasser is a well established psychologist, writer, speaker
and media guest. She lives in Richmond, Virginia with her
husband and three children ranging in age from 7 to 18.
Glasser's Previously Published Articles Include:
Need to `Worry Less, Wing it More'
is a Science to Teaching Kids Science
Act of Giving Thanks Might Be Good Medicine
When to Let Go and Enjoy the Ride
Activities Can Be Boon to Teens
to Get --and Keep-- Your Kid's Attention
Kids From Becoming Couch Potatoes
Old Adage Aside, Words Can -- and Do -- Hurt
Interacting - With People or TV
Fun Ways to Teach Your Child How to Read
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