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Catherine Pearlman

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California
Syndicated Columnist — Creators
Covers:  Parenting, children, toys, behavioral issues in children, discipline,
Social Worker, Author of Ignore it!, Founder of The Family Coach, professor, PhD, contributor @latimes, Kidney donor, #strangerkindness #shareyourspare

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Dr. Catherine Pearlman is a licensed clinical social worker, a nationally-syndicated columnist, an internationally recognized parenting expert and an assistant professor of social work. She is the author of Ignore It!: How Selectively Looking the Other Way Can Decrease Behavioral Problems and Increase Parenting Satisfaction. Her mission as The Family Coach is to help improve behavior so parents can enjoy parenting more. Catherine lives in California with her husband and two kids.

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@thefamilycoach — 9,170 followers, 4,169 tweets

RT @barenecessities: Dr. Catherine Pearlman of @thefamilycoach is the kind of person who would give a complete stranger 1 of her kidneys… https://t.co/dSKKDNWglC
Natural consequences are so much better than nagging and rescuing every time your kid forgets a uniform or homework or argues about wearing a winter coat. #parentingtips pic.twitter.com/mWUr3cvdZr
RT @jeffpearlman: New Two Writers Slinging Yang stars @lizastrof, 1 of America's greatest sitcom writers (2 Broke Girls, King of Queens) &…
RT @Pfagell: Kindergartener #1: "I brought you to the peace rug to tell you how you made me feel at lunch. I feel excluded. Like… https://t.co/LxgCwoxaMg
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