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Six Degrees Transforms Stress into Joy with Dr. Charlotte Reznick

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CHARLOTTE REZNICK, PHD, is an internationally recognized child educational psychologist, an associate clinical professor of psychology at UCLA, and a compelling speaker and media personality who has inspired parents, professionals, educators, and psychologists throughout the world with her original therapeutic approach to helping children and adolescents heal themselves. She is author of The Power of Your Child’s Imagination: How to Transform Stress and Anxiety into Joy and Success. Upon earning her PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Southern California, Dr. Reznick went on to become a Licensed Educational Psychologist, and for over 20 years has maintained a successful private practice in Los Angeles serving children and adolescents. She is best known for the positive coping skills program she developed, called Imagery for Kids™: Breakthrough for Learning, Creativity, and Empowerment, and therapeutic CDs for kids and teens. Imagery for Kids™ teaches children how to use the power of their imagination to understand and manage their feelings, creatively solve problems, and strengthen their self-esteem. Dr. Reznick is a dynamic speaker who has shared her techniques with audiences throughout the world, including parents, psychologists and health practitioners, teacher groups, and other professionals. She is passionate about teaching adults how to use imagery to help kids tap into their own tremendous inner resources and develop emotional skills necessary for a happy, successful life. Dr. Reznick has been a guest on NPR, NBC News, and Lifetime, and has been quoted and featured in a wide variety of print and online publications, including USA Today, The Charlotte Observer, Nick Jr., MSNBC.com, DrKoop.com, iVillage, and Forbes.com, to name a few. She maintains a lively website (www.imageryforkids.com) featuring a monthly blog, articles she has written, and resources for parents and professionals who work with children and teens.

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