Dr. Egan's Books
Build a calm and happy relationship with your toddler.
Raising a toddler who has big emotions and a limited vocabulary is no easy feat. Especially when it’s your first toddler, the two of you are learning and growing together―every day brings new challenges and triumphs. This first-time mom’s handbook is the ultimate resource for being a calm, positive parent and encouraging good behavior from your toddler. Discover easy exercises and real-life stories to fill your parenting toolbox with useful techniques for those challenging toddler moments.
The First-Time Mom's Toddler Discipline Handbook features:
Advice for every scenario―Find quick tips for everything from bedtime routines to time-outs and successful playdates.
Stage-by-stage development―Learn how to introduce, adjust, or phase out strategies throughout the toddler years based on your child’s development.
A positive parenting approach―Practice using these techniques firmly and effectively, in the ways that work best for your family.
Comfort and inspiration―Consult this book whenever you need advice or just some positive reassurance that you and your toddler are doing the best you can.
Raise a better-behaved toddler with this supportive guide to handling tough times.
Adolescence: A Parent's Guide - Survive adolescence―with the guide no parent should be without
Getting through adolescence is tough, but you can help your child make it through―and maintain a strong relationship! Covering everything from late childhood to puberty to emerging adulthood, Adolescence: A Parent’s Guide offers you and your child the kind of sound and thoughtful advice you’ll wish you’d gotten in your adolescence.
Divided into five chapters―each covering a specific age range―this guide digs deep into the most common aspects of adolescence. Whether it’s dealing with dishonesty, managing changing relationships, or handling the age-old question of sex, this simple and straightforward guide has your back. You get a toolbox full of effective approaches that are easy to implement and can be tailored to your specific needs.
Adolescence: A Parent’s Guide includes:
Understanding today’s adolescents―Refresh your knowledge with the most modern and up-to-date information available.
Actionable advice―Discover strategies for overcoming common adolescent hurdles―like when kids start testing limits or stressing out over social media.
Talking it out―Sample scripts and scenarios provide helpful guidelines for navigating challenging conversations and situations with your growing child.
Make sure the two of you get through adolescence in one piece with this comprehensive book.
Dr. Egan is also the author of Better Behavior for Ages 2-10: Small Miracles That Work Like Magic (Lesson Ladder, 2013). In this easy-to-read, practical book, parents can learn how to effectively elicit positive behavior from their children.
Your child is a small miracle that you treasure immensely. When your child misbehaves, however, it can lead to feeling that you have failed as a parent, often followed by family, friends, and even strangers offering well-intentioned but stress-inducing advice.
Better Behavior for Ages 2-10 was written to share author Dr. Tara Egan’s clinically-proven methods for handling, modifying, and most importantly, completely preventing difficult behavior. Dr. Egan's strategies and advice about child behavior are easy to understand and implement.
This guidebook provides pre-emptive strategies for parents who are struggling with their child’s behavior to set the stage for good behavior:
Preventive and proactive strategies to stop misbehavior before it occurs.
Reactive strategies to address and eliminate existing problem behaviors.
Dr. Egan’s easy-to-use behavioral success model that parents can implement right away to motivate and reinforce good behavior.
From learning the importance of “role modeling” to motivating and disciplining in a way that will reinforce good behavior—Better Behavior for Ages 2-10 will guide you every step of the way. This book offers effective solutions for eliminating stress while strengthening the loving relationship between you and your child.