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Lawrence E. Shapiro, PhD, is an internationally known child psychologist and parenting expert in Norwalk, CT. He has written over fifty books for parents, children, and mental health professionals.

Books by Lawrence E. Shapiro

The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook for Kids
Lawrence E. Shapiro and Robin K. Sprague
Foreword by Matthew McKay
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Children pay close attention to their parents' moods. When parents feel upset, their kids may become anxious, and when parents wind down, children also get the chance to relax. When you feel... Read More
The ADHD Workbook for Kids
Lawrence E. Shapiro
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All kids with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) want to manage their symptoms in order to get along better with others, build confidence, and succeed in school, but most don't have the... Read More
The Baby Emergency Handbook
Lawrence E. Shapiro, Richard Jablow and Julia Holmes
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When your baby faces a medical emergency, what should you do? Sometimes your intuition is spot-on, but other times it's entirely wrong. With this life-saving guide close at hand, you'll be ready to... Read More
Stopping the Pain
Lawrence E. Shapiro
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If you're cutting or hurting yourself you're not alone. Thousands of teens across the country think that hurting themselves is the only way they can feel better, even though they continue to feel... Read More
A Parent's Guide to Getting Kids Out of the Family Bed
Lawrence E. Shapiro
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Many parents enjoy the positive bonding that comes with having their infant in their bed, but after a few years of having a thrashing, kicking child disturbing your rest and, well, recreation in the... Read More
I'm Not Bad, I'm Just Mad
Lawrence E. Shapiro, Zack Pelta-Heller and Anna F. Greenwald
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Most children learn to stop throwing temper tantrums, talking back, and refusing to go to bed or take a bath at an early age. But some children have trouble with impulsivity and self-control. Left... Read More
Let's Be Friends
Lawrence E. Shapiro
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Building positive friendships is a critical part of a child's development. When adults look back on their childhoods, they rate their friendships as one of the most important factors in their... Read More
Learning to Listen, Learning to Care
Lawrence E. Shapiro
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When it comes to teaching kids to behave well, the "why" is as important as the "how." In Learning to Listen, Learning to Care, children learn why it is important to follow rules and behave... Read More