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The New Childcare Bible-- A Must-Have Whether You Have Occasional Sitters or a Full-Time NannyFinding the right caregiver can be one of the most life-changing decisions a parent makes. Whether its a kindly neighbor for the weekday latchkey hours, a teenage babysitter one night a week, or a full-time professional nanny, the right caregiver can enrich a childs world and literally grow her brain. Hire the wrong one, and this person could cause developmental delays and stress for the entire family. In her groundbreaking new book, Secrets of the Nanny Whisperer A Practical Guide for Finding and Achieving the Gold Standard of Care for Your Child Perigee, nationally recognized parenting expert Tammy Gold draws from her extensive background in child developmental psychology, social work, and family therapy to offer the first childcare bible for parents.

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Tammy Gold

Tammy Gold has been working with families and nannies for over a decade, while also running parenting groups and giving lectures about everything from handling the terrible twos to dealing with the terrible teens. With hundreds of clients under her belt, she has become a national parenting expert with regular appearances on Good Morning America, The Today Show, Fox and CBS News.

Tammy has spent the last few years honing her evolutionary "Nanny Whisperer Communication Techniques" and refining her "Gold Standard Nanny Hiring Process" based on Dr. John Bowlby's Attachment Theory, Erik Erickson's Stages of Psychosocial Development, and Mary Ainsworth's Secure Base Phenomenon. She is one of the first therapists to marry psychotherapy with childcare. She has been a Licensed Therapist and Certified Parent Coach for over a decade with degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University.

The result is her first book, Secrets of the Nanny Whisperer: A Practical Guide for Finding and Achieving the Gold Standard of Care for Your Child (Perigee, 2015) . But - not only is Tammy an expert - she's a Mom. She lives in Short Hills, New Jersey, with her husband and three daughters: Braydin, Presley and Gemma.

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