About Kalman Heller, PhD
Dr. Kalman Heller is a retired psychologist who ran a successful private practice. He previously wrote a monthly column for a local newspaper, and later took his "ParenTalk" column online. This article is reprinted from his online column with his permission.
Articles by Kalman Heller, PhD:
Teens Need A PR Director
Q&A: Disciplining a Challenging Preschool Child
Where Have All the Bicycles Gone? Kids Today
The Myth of the High Rate of Divorce
Finding the Right College
Disciplining Older Teenagers
Improving the Odds for Successful Second Marriages
Reflections on Grass Root Changes in Educating Children
Losing Our Moral Compass: The Negative Effects of Overstressing Academic Achievement
More on Disciplining a Challenging Preschooler
Is School a Healthy Place for Your Child?
Creating a Charitable Family
The Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness
Schools Fail to Educate at Least 30 Percent of Our Students
Parenting Strategies with Toddlers
Young Families Face New Problems
What Helps Children To Be Successful Adults?
Depression in Teens and Children
Resolving Infant Sleep Disturbance
Q&A: Coping with a Difficult Temperament
Q&A: Stepfamilies and Children
When Your Young Adult Son Wants to Sleep with His Girlfriend in Your House
Permission for Moms To Have Negative Feelings
Revisiting a School Program that Rescued ‘Losers’
Do Children Really Spend Too Much Time in Front of Screens?