Ford, Judy 1944-
FORD, Judy 1944-
PERSONAL: Born February 12, 1944, in Glendale, CA. Education: Willamette University, B.A., 1966; University of Washington, Seattle, M.S.W., 1976.
ADDRESSES: office—P.O. Box 834, Kirkland, WA 98083.
CAREER: Psychotherapist in private practice, Kirkland, WA.
Wonderful Ways to Love a Child, Conari Press (Berkeley, CA), 1995.
Wonderful Ways to Love a Teen—Even When It Seems Impossible, Conari Press (Berkeley, CA), 1996.
Wonderful Ways to Love a Grandchild, Conari Press (Berkeley, CA), 1997.
Blessed Expectations: Nine Months of Wonder, Reflection, and Sweet Anticipation, Conari Press (Berkeley, CA), 1997.
Wonderful Ways to Be a Family, Conari Press (Berkeley, CA), 1998.
Wonderful Ways to Be a Stepparent, Conari Press (Berkeley, CA), 1999.
(With daughter, Amanda Ford), Between Mother and Daughter: A Teenager and Her Mom Share the Secrets of a Strong Relationship, Conari Press (Berkeley, CA), 1999.
Getting Over Getting Mad: Positive Ways to Manage Anger in Your Most Important Relationships, Conari Press (Berkeley, CA), 2001.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Judy Ford Home Page,http://www.judyford.com/ (June 17, 2003).
"Ford, Judy 1944-." Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series. . Encyclopedia.com. (March 23, 2019). https://www.encyclopedia.com/arts/educational-magazines/ford-judy-1944
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