Sears, William P.
SEARS, William P.
SEARS, William P. American, b. 1939. Genres: Human relations/Parenting, Medicine/Health. Career: Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, intern at Children's Hospital; University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, resident in pediatrics at Hospital for Sick Children, became associate professor of pediatrics and associate ward chief of newborn nursery; University of Southern California, Los Angeles, assistant clinical professor of pediatrics; private pediatrics practice, San Clemente, CA. America Online, co-creator of the weekly online parenting program "Parent Soup;" guest on television programs. Publications: Creative Parenting: How to Use the New Continuum Concept to Raise Children Successfully from Birth through Adolescence, 1982, as Creative Parenting, 1987, as Creative Parenting: How to Use the Attachment Parenting Concept to Raise Children Successfully from Birth through Adolescence, 1987; Christian Parenting and Child Care, 1985, as Parenting and Child Care: A Guide for Christian Parents, 1993; Nighttime Parenting: How to Get Your Baby and Child to Sleep, 1985; (with M. Sears) The Fussy Baby: How to Bring Out the Best in Your High Need Child, 1985, as Parenting the Fussy Baby and the High-Need Child: Everything You Need to Know-From Birth to Age Five, 1996; Becoming a Father: How to Nurture and Enjoy Your Family, 1986; Growing Together: A Parent's Guide to Baby's First Year, 1987; Safe and Healthy: A Parent's Guide to Children's Illnesses and Accidents, 1989; (with M. Sears) The Ministry of Parenting Your Baby, 1990; (with M. Sears) Preparing for Your New Baby, 1991; (with M. Sears) 300 Questions New Parents Ask: About Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Infant & Child Care, 1991; (with M. Sears) Keys to Breast Feeding, 1991; Keys to Becoming a Father, 1991; Keys to Calming the Fussy Baby, 1991; Keys to Preparing & Caring for Your Newborn, 1991; (with M. Sears) The Baby Book: Everything You Need to Know About Your Baby-from Birth to Age Two, 1993; (with M. Sears) The Birth Book: Everything You Need to Know to Have a Safe and Satisfying Birth, 1994; (with M. Sears) The New Baby Planner, 1994; (with M. Sears) The Discipline Book: Everything You Need to Know to Have a Better-Behaved Child-From Birth to Age Ten, 1995; SIDS: A Parent's Guide to Understanding and Preventing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, 1995; (with M. Sears and L.H. Holt) The Pregnancy Book: A Month by Month Guide, 1997; (with M. Sears) The Complete Book of Christian Parenting & Child Care: A Medical & Moral Guide to Raising Happy, Healthy Children, 1997; (with L. Thompson) The A.D.D. Book: New Understandings, New Approaches to Parenting Your Child, 1998. Contributor to books. Address: 655 Camino de los Mares, San Clemente, CA 92673, U.S.A.
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