My Background & Experience

Annye Rothenberg My lifelong interests have been how children develop, how unique each child is, and how to help them if they're having hard-to-solve problems. I also care enormously about how having and raising children affects parents and affects each parent differently. My goal is always how to help parents help their kids. My expertise is babies through ten-year-olds with mild to moderate behavioral, social, and/or emotional problems.
  • Ph.D. in Child Development and Clinical Child Psychology from Cornell University
  • Pediatric and Clinical Child Psychology internship at the University of Washington
  • Licensed as a Psychologist in California
  • Mother of one grown son (the joy of my life and he lives on the Peninsula)
  • Developed a large parenting education program in Palo Alto that received numerous grants and recognition, both locally and nationally
  • Senior author of Parentmaking, an award-winning 500-page book for parent educators teaching parenting classes about babies and toddlers
  • Teach seminars for Community Pediatricians focusing on child rearing guidance
  • Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine providing training in child rearing guidance to Pediatric residents
  • Full-time private practice since 1995
  • Author of a current series of seven books about common child rearing issues with stories for children and guidance for parents (See My Books)