"Dr. Teyber writes in the mature voice of a seasoned clinician, providing parents with not only his own observations, but a substantial amount of conclusive research regarding the effects of divorce on children, accompanied by realistic, age-appropriate advice for the whole family." -Child Magazine "Will be extremely helpful to any parent going through the process of divorce. It is conceptually sound, easy to read, and has important information for parents, professionals, and anyone who is working with children whose parents are going through divorce." -Hugh McIssac, LCSW, director, Family Court Services, The Superior Court, Los Angeles County "An outstanding book. It reinforces the value of putting children first and acknowledges children's need for both parents during and after the divorce. Teyber clearly describes the stress and pain children experience and explains how best to shield them from the parents' own conflicts. . . . Essential reading. . . ." -David L. Levy, Esq., president, Children's Rights Council "Dr. Teyber covers the importance of parenting sills [in offering] stability and continuity in critical stages of child development following a divorce." -Louis Welch, director, Child Custody Reform Project ". . . should be recommended reading for any parent going through a divorce. Teachers, counselors, therapists, family law judges, and attorneys will find Teyber's book a valuable adjunct to their work." -Benson Schaffer, L.A. County Superior Court (retired), Family Law Mediator Edward Teyber, Ph.D., is professor of psychology and director of the psychology clinic at California State University, San Bernardino. He received his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in clinical psychology from Michigan State University. He is also the author of two counseling textbooks: Interpersonal Process in Psychotherapy: A Relational Approach and coauthor, with Faith McClure, of Casebook in Child and Adolescent Treatment: Cultural and Familial Contexts.Teyber, Edward M. is the author of 'Helping Children Cope With Divorce', published 2001 under ISBN 9780787955540 and ISBN 078795554X.