Adina Soclof

Adina Soclof

Adina Soclof, MS. CCC-SLP is a certified Speech Pathologist. She received her master's degree from Hunter College in New York in Communication Sciences. She works as a Parent Educator for Bellefaire Jewish Children's Bureau facilitating "How to Talk so Kids will Listen and Listen so Kids will Talk" workshops as well as workshops based on “Siblings Without Rivalry.” Adina developed TEAM Communication Ventures and conducts parenting, teacher and clinician workshops via telephone nationwide. Adina lives with her husband and four lively children in Cleveland, Ohio. You can visit her at website at www.parentingsimply.com.

Acts of Kindness

October 30, 2013, by

Chesed is the hallmark of the Jewish people and we need to make sure that we are transmitting this midah to our children.

Finding Common Ground With Your Spouse

October 23, 2013, by

Yitzchok and Rivka are obviously a match made in heaven however they do differ in their parenting methods. It is not so different for in our marriages, many times our husbands don’t see I eye to eye on how to parent.

Getting Your Kids to Follow Through

October 14, 2013, by

Do you sign your child up for soccer, piano, karate and then after 3 classes he decides he has had enough? Here are some helpful tips on getting your children to follow through with activities.

Sibling Rivalry

October 7, 2013, by

This may sound counterintuitive, but to change a child’s behavior, we need to focus on their positive behavior, what he/she is doing right instead of what he/she is doing wrong.

Dinner Without the Whine

October 2, 2013, by

Whining is one of those behaviors that drives parent’s crazy. The best way to stop the whining is not by telling your kids to “Stop whining!” but rather to teach your kids how to modulate their voices to act in a more mature fashion.

Writing Thank-You Notes to our Helpers

September 16, 2013, by

Sometimes going the extra mile to make a loved one feel appreciated is the best way to keep their spirits up. This becomes especially pertinent during the stressful weeks leading up to (and during) the holiday season.

Dealing with Holiday Frustrations

August 27, 2013, by

Many moms, including me, can quickly feel overwhelmed with all there is to do. This can quickly lead to feelings of frustration and then anger. Who do we take it out on? Sadly, this frustration often gets taken out on our husband and our kids.