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Psychotherapist and Media Personality Stacy Kaiser Joins ToughLOVE
Date:5/11/2010

Author, psychotherapist and media personality Stacy Kaiser joins ToughLOVE. ToughLOVE self-help program changes the way parents deal with teens and tweens.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 11, 2010 -- Stacy Kaiser, the psychotherapist, media personality, and author of the upcoming self-help book, “How To Be A Grown Up” (HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, June 2010), has joined ToughLOVE® America LLC as its Chief Program Officer, the Company announced today.



ToughLOVE will be launching a modernized version of its acclaimed program, which has helped millions of parents both prevent and solve conflicts and crises with their teens and tweens since its introduction thirty years ago. Ms. Kaiser developed the new program, which is based on ToughLOVE principles that have been validated by, among others, a landmark study from Harvard University (Raising Teens).

Stacy, who is known for her firm but warm style as a clinician and commentator, created the Company’s new program by blending its traditional, copyrighted parenting principles with the facts of science and modern sensibilities, all informed by her many years of practice as a family therapist and life coach. “Guiding kids through the intense challenges of adolescence has always been one of the hardest jobs for parents, Kaiser says. "Now, it's harder than ever. Whether it’s parents working more and supervising less, the influence of media and technology, or today’s permissive society, moms and dads need help. The new ToughLOVE program will enable parents to prepare their kids for adulthood while protecting them from growing up too quickly.”

In her role with ToughLOVE, Stacy will lead the development of all the Company’s DVDs, books, and CD’s, as well as its programming for television, radio and the Internet. She’ll also
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