Robin Goldstein is a specialist in child and adolescent psychology and a faculty member at Johns Hopkins at University, UMBC and Montgomery College in Maryland . She has been the host of her own call-in radio show, “Family Talk,” a frequent contributor to News stations, Voice of America and NPR. She has been a guest on CNN and CBS. Her current book, The New Baby Answer Book, Sourcebooks, Inc., answers hundreds of questions in a thoughtful and balanced manner. It is a comprehensive guide to raising young children.
Robin is also the author of Everyday Parenting, More Everyday Parenting and Stop Treating Me Like a Kid, published by Viking Penguin. She has contributed to parenting articles in Redbook, Parents Magazine, Working Mother, Good Housekeeping, Lifetime, ePregnancy, American Baby and Child Magazine.
Robin was a guest on CNN giving parenting guidance to the new Royal Parents.
Robin has presented numerous parenting seminars for corporations including, American Express, Time Life, Gannett, Reader’s Digest, Lockheed Martin, Verizon and Fannie Mae. She has also been a guest lecturer in Singapore for a Parenting Symposium, Raising Your Child in a Dynamic World.
Robin has recently published My Nice Journal for kids and parents, a place where kids and parents can write down a nice thing they did each day. Being nice helps children and adults think differently. Showing kindness is good for our physical and our emotional well-being. Please contact Robin at for more information and to order a copy of My Nice Journal. Robin can also be reached at 301.922.5479.
Robin coaches and consults with parents in areas that parents want to improve, including, sleeping challenges, temper tantrums, nurturing interests, setting up playrooms, problematic behaviors, school and overall adjustment issues. She fully understands that parents want to be the best parents they can be. She focuses on helping parents gain understanding, clarity and parenting priorities. Her down-to-earth approach has been greatly appreciated by the parents she has coached.
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