Internationally acclaimed experts on communication between adults and children, Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish have produced a body of work that has won the gratitude of parents and the enthusiastic praise of the professional community.
The authors' group workshop programs and videos produced by PBS are currently being used by thousands of parent and teacher groups around the world to improve relationships with children.
Their work has been documented in Who's Who in America for the past three decades.
Adele Faber was graduated from Queens College with a B.A. in theater and drama, earned her master's degree in education from New York University, and taught in the New York City High schools for eight years.
Elaine Mazlish was graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Science degree in theater arts and directed children's programs at Grosvenor house and Lenox Hill Settlements. She is also a professional artist and composer.
Both authors studied with the late child psychologist, Dr. Haim Ginott, and are former members of the faculty of The New School for Social Research in New York and The Family Life Institute of Long Island University.
In addition to their frequent lectures throughout the United States, Canada and abroad, they have appeared on every major television talk show from Oprah to Good Morning America. They currently reside in Long Island, New York and each is the parent of three children.