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In this story for The Economist, the Adler School's Marla Vannucci, Ph.D., describes "Positive Discipline," the increasingly embraced approach to parenting based on Adlerian-Dreikrusian principles of parent education and child guidance. Among its goals are to teach children self-control and empathy, and encourage adults to carefully consider the causes of bad behavior.
Dr. Vannucci is is an Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology at the Adler School; a licensed clinical psychologist with private practice; and a Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator. At the Adler School, she teaches as part of the School's Adler Child Guidance Center, through which faculty and students provide parenting education at community sites throughout Chicago. Her clinical specialties include parenting, couples therapy, interpersonal issues, and trauma.
Click here to read "Positive parenting: Beyond the naughty step."
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