Todd Cartmell, Psy.D.

Is a licensed clinical psychologist who received his doctoral degree from Fuller Theological Seminary and completed postdoctoral training at the Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.

Dr. Cartmell works with children, adolescents, parents, and families and specializes in a wide range of child and adolescent issues, including ADHD evaluation and treatment, oppositional behavior, depression, anxiety, and anger management.

Dr. Cartmell is a popular workshop and conference speaker and conducts parenting workshops across the country. He is the author of several books, including Respectful Kids: The Complete Guide to Bringing Out the Best in Your Child; Keep the Siblings, Lose The Rivalry; and The Parent Survival Guide.

For more information on Dr. Cartmell’s books and workshops, you can visit his website at drtodd.net

New Book from Dr. Todd Cartmell

Can you relate to this? 

"He just doesn’t listen. When I ask him to do something, he either ignores me or just tells me he’s not going to do it. Not all the time…but too often. And if I push him on it—watch out—it can be World War III. He yells and stomps up the stairs; he even hits his sister if she gets in his way. We’ve tried everything.  We’ve shouted, sent him to his room, taken privileges away, and grounded him. I can’t think of anything else to take away. Nothing seems to make any difference.”

If so, I have great news for you: it is possible to teach our kids to be respectful—without resorting to desperate parenting tactics. But first we need to take a fresh look at our parenting approach.  Find out what this is by reading Dr. Todd Cartmell's latest book, Respectful Kids.

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