Psychologist Dr. Amy Stark Pens New Book Whole Heart for Boys Helping Boys Deal with Bullies and Self-Esteem
Physical bullying and name calling are contributing to self-esteem issues for boys today. In her new book Whole Heart for Boys, noted psychologist Dr. Amy Stark reveals the emotional holes that grow in the hearts of boys and recommends solutions.
By: Amy L. Stark, Ph.D.
"Boys have to contend with physical bullying and being name-called,"
Whole Heart for Boys helps boys deal with how they see themselves and the problems they may be experiencing at school. With relatable comics, the book points out solutions boys can adopt.
Dr. Stark said the book "is a way for parents and counselors to be able to broach the topic of self-esteem and the ability to believe in yourself."
This is the third in a series of Whole Heart books written by Dr. Stark. Whole Heart for Girls and Whole Heart for Young Women were published in 2015. Each paperback book in the series retails for $4.99 and can be found at amazon.com. The Kindle version is 99 cents.
About the Author
Amy L. Stark, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist based in California. She received her doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego. Her background in education is in child psychology. Dr. Stark is best known for her work with children of high-conflict divorce. She is the author of five books for children and frequently engages children and parents at Whole Heart workshops. Follow Dr. Stark on Twitter @drstark and learn more about her workshops at www.dramystark.com
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