The Inner Wealth Initiative: The Nurtured Heart Approach for Education
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About the Author
Tom Grove, M.A., L.M.F.T. Tom Grove is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist at the Mental Health Center of Champaign in Champaign, Illinois. He divides his time between his therapy practice and helping schools implement the Nurtured Heart Approach. He has given numerous presentations and consultations to mental health providers, parents, and educators. He is a regular contributor to the advanced Nurtured Heart Approach training held in Tucson. Howard Glasser, M.A. Howard Glasser is the founder of Children’s Success Foundation and designer of the Nurtured Heart Approach. He and Jennifer Easley are the co-authors of Transforming the Difficult Child: The Nurtured Heart Approach (1999), currently the top selling book on the topic of ADHD. He has been a featured guest on CNN and a consultant on 48 Hours. He lectures in the U.S. and internationally, teaching therapists, educators, and parents about the Nurtured Heart Approach, which is now being used in hundreds of thousands of homes and classrooms around the world. Howard is former director and clinical supervisor of the Center for the Difficult Child in Tucson. He has been a consultant for numerous psychiatric, judicial, and educational programs. Although he has done extensive doctoral work in the fields of Clinical Psychology and Educational Leadership, he feels his own years as a difficult child contributed the most to his understanding of the needs of challenging children and to the success of his approach. He lives in Tucson, Arizona.