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Don’t you wish you could have your own psychologist on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week to help you with your kids? Well now you can have the next best thing: Dr. Al’s Parenting Tips and Tools!
This app contains the handouts Dr. Al Winebarger uses in his clinical practice everyday. These handouts have helped an awesome number of families and real people just like you! Find great handouts to help your general parenting issues and an entire section just for kids with ADD/ADHD. This app also contains a link to Dr. Al’s web site, as well as a list of really helpful websites to guide you in a number of different areas. This app is still growing, and in the future will also have handouts for use in other areas such as depression, anxiety, learning issues, and behavioral health!
*Help your child’s self-esteem!
*Prevent kid problems before they start!
*Decrease family stress with healthy rules and discipline!
*Use family rules that make things better rather than worse!
*Understand ADD and ADHD
*Learn what a good eval of ADD/ADHD should look like!
*Contains 21 tried and true ways to help kids with ADD/ADHD!
*Great tools for parents to manage their own stress levels!
A brief note from Dr. Al:
Hello. My name is Dr. Al Winebarger. I am a clinical psychologist who works with kids, families and adults. I have spent my entire career working to make psychology understandable and useful to real people in their real lives. I strive to do this both in my day-to-day practice, as well as in the self-help books I have authored and co-authored over the years. My practice is devoted to helping people as they cope with difficulties in their day-to-day lives. I try to avoid “psychobabble” and to take a down to earth approach to the work I do.
Over the course of my career I have had many wonderful opportunities to grow as a professional. I have written a number of self-help books and designed a day treatment camp program for kids with ADD/ADHD that has been run in at least four cities across the country. My attention camp protocol grew out of my time training at the University of Oregon and the Oregon Social Learning Center (an internationally respected juvenile treatment and research center). There I learned the importance of making ensuring my clinical practice is firmly based on scientifically supported ideas. Working as a college professor at GVSU also expanded my appreciation of the importance of making psychology understandable. While there I had the opportunity to train people who would go on to be therapists, researchers, psychologists and special education teachers. As an Air Force psychologist I learned how to bring psychology to men and women serving our country in stressful and dangerous ways, and how to accomplish my mission with the resources at hand!
What's new for version 1.0.1:
- Additional handout added to the "ADHD Tips & Tools" and "Parenting Tips & Tools" sections
- Order of handouts changed within the tips and tools sections for ease of use
- Web-based resources alphabetized within the "Good Websites" section