Aired Tuesday, 8 January 2019, 2:00 PM ET
Raising an Emotionally Healthy Child
Maureen Healy is an award-winning author, educator and leader in the field of children’s emotional health. She writes a popular blog for Psychology Today, which has reached millions of parents and other caring adults. Tal Ben-Shahar, NYT best-selling author and former Harvard lecturer praised Maureen’s new book saying, “The Emotionally Healthy Child provides practical advice that is both accessible and potentially transformative – for the child, the parent, and their relationship.” Come and join us to gain a fresh perspective and real-life tools to raise emotionally healthy children.
About the Guest: Maureen Healy
Maureen Healy is an award-winning author, educator and leader in the field of children’s emotional health. Her first book, Growing Happy Kids, won the Nautilus and Reader’s Favorite Book Awards in 2014. She also writes a popular blog for Psychology Today, which has reached millions of parents and teachers worldwide. Tal Ben-Shahar, former Harvard University lecturer said, “Read this book, and read it again, and more importantly apply it” regarding Maureen’s new book, The Emotionally Healthy Child.
Unique about Maureen is her in-depth training in child development, and the how of happiness, which has combined to provide her a unique perspective. Maureen understands children from the inside out and is uniquely skilled at guiding them — and the adults who care for them — on the how of becoming emotionally healthy and ultimately, happier.
Based in Santa Barbara, California, Maureen continues to teach and see clients directly, while also traveling to speaking engagements worldwide. Along with 15+ years of experience, Maureen grounds her insight with traditional credentials including a BA and MBA from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts along with completing her PhD coursework in Child Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara. As an avid learner and teacher, Maureen seeks to grow from every person she meets and experience she has. “Life is never boring,” she says.