Dr. Kenneth Shore has been a school psychologist for more than 25 years. He currently consults to various school districts and has a private practice. He received his doctorate in psychology from Rutgers University in 1981, and in 2001, was awarded Rutgers University's Donald R. Peterson Prize for outstanding contributions to professional psychology. Dr. Shore also was named School Psychologist of the Year in New Jersey for 2004. He has just completed a book and series of videos for educators on dealing with bullying, and he also offers workshops on that topic.
Dr. Shore has written six books, including The ABCs of Bullying Prevention, Special Kids Problem Solver: Ready-to-Use Interventions for Helping All Students with Academic, Behavioral and Physical Problems, and Elementary Teacher's Discipline Problem Solver: A Practical A-Z Guide for Managing Classroom Behavior Problems. One of his articles for Sesame Street Parents was nominated for a national award.
Dr. Shore has spoken before many professional and parent groups, been interviewed by CNN, appeared on numerous radio programs, and been featured on the PBS television series Raising Kids. He has served as a guest expert for various Web sites, and consulted to the United States government and the New York City Board of Education. He also helped establish a camp for children with learning disabilities, and was instrumental in developing a center that provided family therapy approaches to families with children experiencing school adjustment problems.
Dr. Shore can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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