Protecting Your Child From Predators BookThis book provides practical steps to ensure you’re doing all you can to reduce the risks of abuse. But since you cannot be with your child 24/7, it goes beyond what you can do as a parent to teach you how to increase your child’s own awareness and strategies in the face of potential dangers—without making them fearful.
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About The Author
Dr. Beth Robinson
Dr. Beth Robinson is a Professor of Psychology in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at Lubbock Christian University, a visiting lecturer at Harding University and was previously a Professor of Pediatrics at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Dr. Robinson is a licensed professional counselor, an approved supervisor for licensed professional counselors, and a certified school counselor. Dr. Robinson has worked with abused and traumatized children for more than 25 years as a counselor and has had both foster and adoptive children in her home.
Recent Blog Posts
My goal in writing this blog is to help parents keep their kids safe. I’m going to share what I’ve learned in the last 25 years of working with traumatized kids and what I am continuing to learn as a parent and a grandparent.
Taking gratitude a step further, more than just thankful thoughts, can make a measurable difference.
When the Borelli followed a formula she calls OPEN, she discover the hair battle wasn’t about her own mother-daughter dynamics.
If you can’t empty an old tire and it is stored or dumped outside, it will fill with water and leaves, stay warm and become the ideal mosquito incubator.
Dr. Beth Robinson has created the following therapeutic coloring books for children: God Made Me; The Safe Touch Coloring Book, When A Friend Dies, The Safe Family Coloring Book, and Where Will I Grow Up.
Since 1992, Dr. Robinson has worked in a variety counseling positions. She is also a popular author and speaker on topics ranging from childhood development and sexuality, teen issues, family dynamics including caring for elderly relatives, and church resources for families.