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The co-authors have designed a four-step process called “PACE” to help divorced families identify and manage emotional changes during the holidays.
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) December 05, 2012
Amie Greenberg, JD, MBA, a family law attorney, and her mother Barbara Greenberg, MD, a family therapist and psychiatrist, are sharing wisdom from their book released November 6, “I Am Divorced … But I’m Still Me” to help families this holiday season. The co-authors have designed a four-step process called “PACE” to help children and families of divorce identify and manage emotional changes during the holidays.
Amie and Barbara Greenberg’s PACE process emphasizes: Planning, Acknowledgement, Cooperation and Communication, Encouragement and Empowerment. PACE is intended to be a practical strategy families can use to help their children through the holiday season. The key principles of PACE are:
COOPERATION AND COMMUNICATION
ENCOURAGE AND EMPOWER
The “I Am Divorced … But I’m Still Me: A Child’s View of Divorce - Nick’s Story” and “I Am Divorced … But I’m Still Me: A Child’s View of Divorce - Julianna’s Story” books provide a window into the world of divorce as seen through a child’s eyes. The books were written to help children communicate about divorce. The book set was inspired, in part, by Amie’s experience with divorce, which is also why she began practicing family law in Beverly Hills, California. Barbara is a psychiatrist and family therapist with a private practice in Brea, California. More information about the authors, their books and blog “Divorce . . . A Child’s View” is available at http://www.achildsviewofdivorce.com.
Amie and Barbara are available for speaking engagements. To contact Amie or Barbara, email them at Amie(at)achildsviewofdivorce(dot)com or Barbara(at)achildsviewofdivorce(dot)com or call 310-694-5444. For information on legal services, please visit http://www.libertaslaw.com/professionals/amie_greenberg.html.
The “I Am Divorced … But I’m Still Me” books are published by Telemachus Press and are currently available in print through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. The books are also available as e-books through Kindle Fire, Nook, and iPad. Additional information on ordering can be found at achildsviewofdivorce(dot)com.
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