And lots of learning opportunities
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, I think of this month as "love
month." Self-love, loving each other - friends, siblings, parents, partners.
I'm happy to share several of my articles on these subjects and will start you
off with a paragraph or two to get you started.
Valentine's Day: Everyone Deserves to Be Happy:
What better way to help a child find happiness than to start within... being
her own best friend. When your child has a best friend inside, she can be happy
no matter what storms of life are outside. With a strong foundation of
self-love and self-acceptance, kids learn to value their own company and
integrity over just fitting in. They realize they can nurture and depend on
Like six-year-old Chloe.... Read more here.
5 Tips to Turn the Tide: Parents and Kids Living Together Lovingly:
Parents often complain to me about their kid's behavior. They are relieved but
dumbfounded when others compliment them on their well-behaved children. "Why
don't I ever see that kid?" they ask. If this sounds familiar, take heart. Your
child's awful behavior is a sign of comfort, of trust in your love and
consistency. He knows he can dish out the worst and you won't abandon him. You
might chastise, punish, or yell, but you won't stop being his parents.
Eleven-year-old Grace has always been a challenge... Read more here.
Time to Open Your Heart:
Think about how you'd approach your family, your partner, even yourself if you
took a little time to nurture YOU and allow your heart to open. How would your
life be different? Better? More satisfying? Imagine where an open-heart could
lead you. Where would you want it to?
I'd like to share a short heart-centered and heart-opening meditation - good
for the whole family.
Read more here.
Appreciate Your Child Every Day:
I've written about the Top Ten Things Kids Want and Need From Their Parents in
The Power of Your Child's Imagination, although "appreciation" is not on their
list. Kids often don't even realize it's importance. But you do. So let your
children know at least one thing you appreciate about them - or are grateful
for - each day. Perhaps it's your four-year-old's smile as she dresses herself
proudly, or that your son still lets you hug him at age 12... anything that
touches your heart. And by your example, they will learn to share what they
appreciate as well. Some families like to keep a running list to look upon when
the tough times come.
Valentine's Day Gift Packs
for Kids and Parents
I'm thrilled to once again offer the gift of self-love and deep relaxation for
Valentine's Day. If you order TODAY, I'll mail it tomorrow so you can receive
your Special Gift in time for sharing with your loved ones.
"I have to tell you that of all the children's meditation CDs I have heard,
yours are the best. Your music background is great and your voice is wonderful
too. Thanks for doing such a great job."
Linda Damon PhD, Clinical Psychologist
The Valentine Gift Pack for Kids - 25% Off
[Basic Gift Pack contains 2+ CDs and a Heart Lovey - Your choice of wrapping]
These indispensable CDs will empower your child with easy, effective, and
creative skills for thriving in our challenging world - tapping into the
positive power of their imagination and accessing their natural strength and
wisdom. Chose the combination that works best for you. Each additional CD is
also 25% off. An added bonus is the "Listen to your heart..." heart lovey.
Learn More and Order Here
The Valentine Gift Pack for Parents - 25% Off
[Book, CD, & Heart Lovey - Your choice of wrapping]
Receive the LA Times bestselling book, The Power of Your Child's Imagination,
offering nine tools to help your child achieve peace and happiness, along with
the Cave of Great Wisdom CD. Especially designed for parent support, you'll be
transported to a sanctuary of inner peace and reconnect with your own wisdom.
As a bonus, the "Listen to your heart..." heart lovey is an added reminder to
[If you'd like a signed personalized book inscription just send an email with
Learn More and Order Here.
Upcoming Seminars not to be missed....
TEDx Studio City ED:
Self-Regulation + Technology + Education
Saturday, March 3, 2012
TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. Started as a
four-day conference in California 25 years ago, TED has grown to support those
world-changing ideas with multiple initiatives. In the spirit of ideas worth
spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people
together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and
live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small
At TEDx Studio City Ed, the focus is on Self-Regulation, Technology, and
Education. Children require strategies to self-soothe, calm themselves, and
operate at an optimal level of arousal. Being in a calm steady state is
required for success in school and in life. I'm thrilled to be part of a group
of speakers from diverse disciplines who will come together to elucidate the
latest advances in this area.
Organized by Lee-Anne Gray, PsyD, featured speakers include Dan Siegel MD,
Sandra Kaplan EdD, Venerable Tenzin Yignyen, Cheryl Arutt PsyD, Gwennyth
Palofox PhD, Lewis Tachau, and Susan Kaiser Greenland.
Learn more about the presenters and request your invitation here.
Creative Imagery With Children
Tele-Seminar, April 18, 2012
In this 90-minute tele-seminar, along with host Maggie Phillips PhD, we will
make presentations and dialogue on key issues related to using Creative Imagery
With Children. After the first 60 minutes, there will be a 30 minute live
questions and answer session to provide a forum for your questions that are
stimulated by the presentation. This will truly be an opportunity to "ask the
experts." Study guide beforehand, and replay afterwards will be offered.
More info and sign up here.
Great Parenting Show
Tele-Seminar Series, Spring, 2012
Top Parenting Experts share their secrets and offer lots of info and
suggestions on how to make your life easier.. Series being formed now. I'll be
leading the May 10th episode.
Sign up for info here.
With love and light,
"WHAT'S YOUR DHARMA?"
Discover the Vedic Way to Your Life's Purpose
Lissa Coffey, well known for her inspiring blend of ancient wisdom and modern
style, brings us Vendanta's Four Yogas, and explores how each one can help us
to define our unique purpose. What's Your Dharma? guides us on a journey of
self-discovery, and shows us how to create a lifestyle we can express ourselves
creatively and feel fulfilled.
Deepak Chopra says, "An important part of our purpose in this life is to
discover our purpose, and Lissa Coffey shows us how to do that in her beautiful
new book, What's Your Dharma?".
Bonuses today with purpose
About Dr. Charlotte Reznick
Charlotte Reznick PhD specializes in helping children and adolescents develop
the emotional skills necessary for a happy and successful life. She is a
licensed educational psychologist and Associate Clinical Professor of
Psychology at UCLA. Dr. Charlotte is the creator of Imagery For Kids^TM:
Breakthrough for Learning, Creativity, and Empowerment and is the author/
producer of several therapeutic CDs for children, teens, and parents. An
international workshop leader on the healing power of children's imagination,
she maintains a private practice in Los Angeles, California. Visit
THE POWER OF YOUR CHILD'S IMAGINATION
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Radio Interview (Podcast)
Happy Healthy Families
Host: Hannah Keeley
(Link to Podcast)
Workshop at School
7:00 - 9:00 pm
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Talk at Conference
Technology, & Education
Studio City, CA
(Link to Conference)
Workshop at Conference
Creating a New Wisdom
Omni Shoreham Hotel
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Creative Imagery With Children
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9:00-10:30 am (PST)
12:00-1:30 pm (EST)
(Link for info & to register)
Workshop at Conference
of Marriage and
Diverse Faces of Mental Health
The San Diego Marriott Mission Valley
San Diego, CA
(Link to Conference)
Great Parenting Show
Host: Jacqueline Green
Stay tuned for details
(Link for more info)
L.A. Times best-selling 
The Power of Your Child's Imagination: How to Transform Stress and Anxiety
into Joy and Success
"A new treasure, Dr. Charlotte Reznick's new book on the power of the
imagination for both children and adults has much to recommend it. Dr. Reznick
has arranged the book in such a way that you can go directly to a specific area
where you need some help such as When Pleasure Pains Your Brain, or I found
that I could open the book at random and find a section that kept me reading
for some time."
Dr. Mary Alice Long, Play = Peace
BRING THE POWER OF YOUR CHiLD'S IMAGINATION TO YOU!
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what she is doing and who does it with generosity and warmth."
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into joy and success for the lives of the children and teens you care about.
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