About Susan Newman, Ph.D.
Susan Newman, Ph.D., is a social psychologist and the author of 12 nonfiction books about parenting and issues affecting family life. She teaches at Rutgers University and is a featured speaker/workshop facilitator on family life and children's issues.
Parenting author available for media interviewsHer articles have appeared in Redbook, Good Housekeeping, Woman's Day, Family Circle, Parents, and other major magazines; she also was a contributing editor to Mothers Today and Working Parents magazines. Dr. Newman has been on television and radioboth nationally and locallyincluding the Larry King Show, NPR's Talk of the Nation, NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, ABC News, INN News, CNN News, FOX News, and morning talk shows in major cities discussing parenting concerns and her books.
She was a consultant for CompuServe’s Family Forum, the online expert for iVillage.com and AOL's month-long Parent Soup challenge, "Make a Memory".
Dr. Newman is a member of the American Psychological Association, the New Jersey Psychological Association, the Authors Guild, and the American Society of Journalists and Authors. She was the stepmother of four children before remarrying and now lives in New Jersey with her husband and son where she is a Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for abused and neglected children.
You can learn more about Susan's work at www.susannewmanphd.com or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Articles of Susan Newman:
Are You Too Much of a Yes-Parent?
Harness the Power of NO and Take Back Your Life
Holiday Survival Guide: Tips for Beating Family Demands and Stress
Mowing Down the Only Child Myths
Biggest Fan and Harshest Critic: Reinventing Your Adult Relationship with Your Mother
Bibliography of Susan Newman:
The Book of NO: 250 Ways to Say It--and Mean It and Stop People-Pleasing Forever
Nobody's Baby Now: Reinventing Your Adult Relationship with Your Mother and Father
Parenting an Only Child: The Joys and Challenges of Raising Your One and Only
Little Things Long Remembered: Making Your Children Feel Special Every Day
Little Things Mean A Lot:
Creating Happy Memories with Your Grandchildren
Never Say Yes to a Stranger: What Your Child Must Know to Stay Safe
Let's Always... Promises to Make Love Last