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All About Molly: Coping with Change
Flora Zaken-Greenberg, Ph.D.

This book was designed to help your three to five year old cope with change in an age appropriate and non-threatening manner. Molly is young enough for your child to relate to, and each story addresses a situation involving change and adapting in a healthy and positive way. Please read these with your child and you will be amazed at the conversations you generate and the insights these little people share.
Marriage and Relationships
Flora Zaken-Greenberg, Ph.D.

This collection of empowerment statements is actually taken from years of therapy sessions. Each statement is designed to help you become stronger and more confident in your choices, decisions and boundaries. Over time, each statement will be discussed here on our web site to provide more detailed information and insight for you to incorporate into your life and your relationships. While never a substitute for therapy, these statements can be used as an adjunct to therapy for you to discuss with your treatment professional. 
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This booklet is for the family that wants some basic rules for parenting that do not involve too many steps or behaviors to keep track of, and is not so intense that the parents do not follow through. Basically, there is one central principle and three general rules. Our booklet includes a discussion of the one principle, the three general rules, how to set the rules up, sample consequences, and a worksheet to use with each child in your home.

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This work booklet is in PDF format, and will be emailed to you after purchase!
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All books on this page have been written or recommended by Flora Zaken-Greenberg, Ph.D. 
Family Trauma
This booklet is for the couple that is not able to communicate to resolution, but instead, communication deteriorates into arguing and hurt feelings. Basically, the focus is on learning positive steps to healthy communication and includes examples and a worksheet you may use for each communication topic.

Purchase this booklet for only $2.95!
This work booklet is in PDF format, and will be emailed to you after purchase!
ADHD A Guide for Consumers (E-Book)
Michael S. Greenberg, Ph.D. & Flora Zaken-Greenberg, Ph.D.

ADHD is the most frequently diagnosed childhood mental health disorder. Not only has the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD dramatically increased in the US in the past few decades, but according to leading ADHD expert Dr. Russell A. Barkley, “The disorder has been found to exist in virtually every country in which it has been investigated.” ADHD has traditionally been categorized as a disorder of childhood. However, it is now recognized that a large percentage of adults still wrestle with the frustrations of ADHD in their day to day functioning. Considerable progress has been made in diagnosing and treating ADHD. The central theme of this book is ADHD can be successfully treated and managed. Increasing your knowledge and self-awareness of ADHD, along with sustained motivation, are your best tools for living a successful, productive, and happy life. 

Over the years of treating ADHD we have generated self-help strategies to reduce the number of errors people make in their day to day activities. We have also generated our own model of ADHD that builds upon prior research in the field. Once you have a firm understanding of ADHD you can be creative and make up your own self-help techniques. Many of you have already done some of this on your own, and this book can help you systematically build upon your successes. For parents of children with ADHD, many self-help techniques can be scaled down and modified to use with your child. While a child does not have to remember where he or she put their car keys they certainly need to remember to bring their homework home, not lose their school supplies, and study for tomorrow’s quiz. Our theory and treatment approach to ADHD is derived from cognitive-behavioral psychology. This book is intended to present both a comprehensive model of ADHD, as well as a practical guide for managing ADHD in real life for children and adults. 

This book is only available for  purchase as an e-book on Amazon for Kindle, Barnes & Noble for Nook, Apple iTunes for iPad, and Vook.com bookstore.
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I Have a Voice
Joni Klein-Higger & Flora Zaken-Greenberg, Ph.D

Jamie is about to start kindergarten, but has a big problem...she's afraid to speak. Mom introduces Jamie to Dr. Faye, a feelings doctor who not only helps Jamie speak, but helps her to feel better about herself. See how she overcomes her fears. Suggested age range for readers: 3 - 6
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This book is only available in paperback for purchase on Amazon or Barnes & Noble bookstore.

05/19/2016 - “I Have a Voice” is a must read children’s book for children challenged with selective mutism, the fear of speaking. Authors, Joni-Klein Higger and Flora Zaken-Greenberg, Ph.D., have combined their powerful voices of experience, compassion and talents in a story that will help parents, teachers, counselors, and therapists identify this anxiety disorder. Children, who are diagnosed with this syndrome, will easily relate to the challenges encountered by the adorable main character Jamie. As they turn the pages, they will also discover, they are not alone, there is help and a cherished moment in their time when they will no longer be afraid to speak! Beautifully illustrated by Eileen Goldenberg who visually captures the imperative message of the authors.
Lainie Belcastro, writer, storyteller and speaker

06/01/2016- Anyone who knows me is aware that I've cared about Special Needs, especially in kids, for most of my life. But the book, I Have a Voice by Joni Klein Higger and Flora Zaken-Greenberg, Ph.D, is about a child with a condition I'd never heard of before. It's called Selective Mutism.
Jamie, the main character, is a young girl who can't talk in social situations, and she'll be starting Kindergarten soon. Her mother takes her to a therapist who helps her overcome her fear of speaking.
This book will be especially helpful to kids with similar conditions, and I'm sure lots of doctors, therapists and Special Education teachers will want to have copies.
The information at the end of the book by Dr. Zaken-Greenberg about selective mutism will be especially interesting to adults who work with children. 
Joni Klein-Higger has written the book in a friendly style so ordinary kids will also enjoy the story as it helps them become more understanding of others.
The illustrations by Eileen Goldberg are cheerful and help make the book fun to read.
Janet Ann Collins 

06/24/16- I HAVE A VOICE is a wonderful children’s picture book which fills an important void in the information available regarding Selective Mutism and gives a voice to all those struggling to do so themselves. I HAVE A VOICE explores the life of a child, Jamie, who suffers from Selective Mutism, an anxiety disorder characterized by difficulty speaking in social situations.
Joni Klein-Higger and Flora Zaken-Greenberg use simple and easily relatable language to explain Jamie’s life and feelings as she struggles with her fear to speak and works with her “feelings” doctor in preparation for the start of Kindergarten. This is a terrific book that parents can use to help kids understand when “talking is scary,” either for themselves or others they know.
Ms. Goldenberg’s wonderful illustrations are bright and vivid and really bring Jamie’s story to life.
I applaud Ms. Klein-Higger and Dr. Zaken-Greenberg for their open and relatable story and giving a voice to those in need. It will help many children, families, teachers and others who suffer from, or know others suffering from, Selective Mutism. I look forward to using and recommending this book in my Speech/Language Pathology practice. Well done!
Disclosure: I received a copy of this book free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review. This review consists of my honest opinions, not influenced in any way by the author or publisher.
Karin Larson

Coby Ryan Harris is Officially FAT!
Joni Klein-Higger & Flora Zaken-Greenberg, Ph.D

An inspiring novel about a smart and funny seventh-grade boy who overcomes the challenges of childhood obesity, bullying, girls, and divorce. Teen-friendly recipes are included along with healthy food tips and a discussion with a licensed psychologist. 
Suggested age range for readers: 9-13
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This book is only available in paperback for purchase on Amazon or Barnes & Noble bookstore.
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Coby Ryan Harris Is Officially Fat by Joni Klein-Higger and Flora Zaken-Greenberg revolves around the relevant topic of child obesity. Coby is a seventh grader and his BMI is higher than it should be, so the doctor tells him that it can cause serious health problems. Coby’s mother is nervous, but the doctor hands over a booklet on a variety of healthy foods with a front cover that says “A Guide to Healthy Family Eating.” The doctor advises Coby to be mindful of the food he eats and to exercise more to reduce his weight. Coby did not want to hear it from the doctor. Now he knows he is ‘officially fat.’ Will Coby be able to reduce his BMI by regulating his diet and exercising?
Child obesity is common nowadays and the author does a clever job of handling the topic through Coby’s story. The book is entertaining and many parents and children will be able to connect with Coby’s plight. Coby’s feelings of hurt and being the butt of jokes are tangible. The story also has a bullying angle with C.J. Wright always troubling Coby, then girls, and divorce. The author weaves these themes seamlessly into the plot with expertise. All the characters in the story are well portrayed, real, relatable, and memorable.
It’s a good bedtime storybook and can also be used for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries. Storybooks like this are good for children to read so as to help them understand the message and the concept clearly when narrated with the help of a story.