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Neil McNerney, Talks About Children & CyberBullying In 2012

by Parent on April 3, 2012

Neil McNerney is a Licensed Counselor, Certified Parent Coach, Professional Trainer, Community Speaker, & Author.

He has worked with parents for 25 years as a school counselor and in private practice in Reston, VA. Neil serves on the faculty of the Virginia Tech Graduate School of Marriage and Family Therapy, where he teaches courses on counseling children and their parents.

Neil speaks nationally on many family and school topics. His activities have brought him to hundreds of schools, where he has spoken to thousands of parents and staff on the topics of parenting, discipline, homework, the teenage brain, and leadership.

Neil and his wife, Colleen, have two children, Max 13, and Shannon 11. His kids provide him with plenty of opportunities to be humble and to remember how hard parenting can be. If there was one piece of advice Neil could pass on to every parent.

What a great show… listen below!

As I said with our last interview with Neil, I learned some much from him and you will too, get a copy of his book today:

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I highly recommend this book for everyone to read, and especially to all our #CHWR listeners, The CyberHood Watch followers and yes some fans!!

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Lynnette April 24, 2012 at 8:29 am

Thanks for this post and for the interview. I clicked on the link for the book, but it was broken. I’m looking for articles about monitoring your children’s activity online. I think this is a big part of cyber parenting.

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