Cindy Rzasa Bess, PhD

From Cindy Rzasa Bess, PhD
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I am a Developmental Psychologist and an Education Consultant in Connecticut, and I speak on many issues and topics related to early child development, early childhood education, parenting and family dynamics. 

Some of my more recent presentations have been on:
Discipline and Setting Limits (in the home and in the classroom); 
I Need Support! (Coping with stressors during Childhood and within the Family); 
Positivism in the Classroom (creating an optimal place and attitude for learning); 
Team Building (Creating a Team that YOU would want to be a part of); and 
Be Wise to the WHYs (Applying what is observed to what is done in the classroom). 

This last one is based on my book, The View from the Little Chair in the Corner.  I make my presentations in person, and speak with groups at the local, state, regional and national level. 

The material I present is simple, sound and straightforward, but based on solid theory and professional experience. 

My style is warm, inviting and humorous, and everyone will come away with some tidbit that will be helpful and worthwhile.

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