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Ep. 12: Dr. Ross Greene of Lives in the Balance

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We talk to Dr. Ross Greene about the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions model of care, which focuses on solving a child's unsolved problems instead of just reacting to behavior, a model that can be used by parents, teachers, or caregivers. Dr. Greene is a clinical psychologist who spent 20 years on the faculty at Harvard Medical School and is now founding director of the non-profit Lives in the Balance, which provides information and support for the CPS model of care. He’s also the author of several books, including his latest - Raising Human Beings: Creating a collaborative partnership with Your Child. We were lucky to have him in the studio thanks to Forty Carrots Family Center.

This podcast comes from Aspirations Journalism, an initiative of The Patterson Foundation and Sarasota Herald-Tribune to inform, inspire and engage the community to take action on issues related to Age-Friendly Sarasota, Suncoast Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, National Council on Aging’s 100 Million Healthier Lives and the Suncoast Nursing Action Coalition.

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