For Further Information

For more information about training on the Raising a Thinking Child and I Can Problem Solve programs for your school or agency, contact Myrna B. Shure, Ph.D., MCP Hahnemann University, Broad and Vine, MS 626, Philadelphia, PA 19102; 215-762-7205 (phone), 215-762-8625 (fax); shurem@wpo.mcphu.edu (e-mail).

For more information on the Raising a Thinking Child program for families, consult the following publications by Dr. Shure:

Raising a Thinking Child. Help Your Young Child to Resolve Everyday Conflicts and Get Along With Others, New York, NY: Pocketbooks, 1996. 800-456-6798. (Also available in bookstores.)

Raising a Thinking Child Workbook. New York, NY: Henry Holt, 1996. Organizations (bulk orders): 212-674-5151, ext. 573; individuals and schools: 888-330-8477. (Training manual for parents and parent educators.)

Raising a Thinking Child, New York, NY: BDD Audio Publications, 1996. (Available from the author.)

For more information on the I Can Problem Solve program for schools, consult the following publications by Dr. Shure (all are available from Research Press in Champaign, IL, 800-519-2707):

I Can Problem Solve (ICPS): An Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving Program [preschool], 1992.

I Can Problem Solve (ICPS): An Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving Program [kindergarten/primary grades], 1992.

I Can Problem Solve (ICPS): An Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving Program [intermediate elementary grades], 1992. (Training manuals for teachers and school personnel.)

The following additional resources are also available:

D. Goleman, Emotional Intelligence, New York, NY: Bantam Books, 1995. 800-323-9872.

How To Raise and Teach a Thinking Child, Plantation, FL: Specialty Press, 1998. 800-233-9273. (Video.)

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