High School’s Not Forever: Sample Pages and Chapter Titles

Sample Pages from High School’s Not Forever by Dr. Jane Bluestein and Eric Katz, M.S.A.C. We are sold out of all remaining copies of this book, which is no longer in print. This book is in revision for an eventual online release. Please search online retailers for copies in the meantime. You can now preview…

Audio: ParentTapes to Download

Two mp3 audio files to download featuring Dr. Jane Bluestein Hear Dr. Bluestein in a live—and very lively—presentation in front of more than 200 parents of kids of all ages and stages. You’ll get nearly 2 hours’ worth of simple, practical ideas for building relationships with your kids. This entertaining and dynamic program will

Book: Magic, Miracles and Synchronicity

A Journal of Gratitude and Awareness by Dr. Jane Bluestein, Judy Lawrence, M.S.Ed. & SJ Sanchez, M.P.A. Keep your focus on the positive!  This life-affirming book will inspire you to reflect upon and document your feelings of gratitude and appreciation for the gifts of intuitive insights, “coincidences,” beauty, growth, accomplishment, help and support, and day-to-day miracles…

Book: Listas Para Padres

Qué Hacer y Qué No libro de Jane Bluestein Más de 1.000 tips para construir mejores relaciones, con ideas simples, prácticas y comprobadas para ayudarle a construir el carácter, aumentar el rendimiento escolar, motivar la cooperación, reducir las fricciones, solucionar problemas y

Book: The Parent’s Little Book of Lists

  Do’s and Don’ts of Effective Parenting (25th Anniversary Edition) by Dr. Jane Bluestein Make the most of your relationship with your children. This book offers practical tips for creating a win-win authority relationship in an atmosphere of love, caring, and mutual respect. Includes thousands of simple, effective, kid-tested ideas to help you build character,…

The Future and Art of Drug Education with Jeff Wolfsberg

Ways to Reach Students Effectively Episode Summary: The good and the bad of current drug education programs in school, including the problems with information-based programs, the value of getting input from students, and