Calvin A. Colarusso, M.D. Authority in Child, Adolescent, and Adult Development
An eminent authority in the field of development, Dr. Colarusso is a board-certified Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California at San Diego, where he served for two decades as Director of the Child Psychiatry Residency Training Program.
He is also a Training and Supervising Analyst in child and adult psychoanalysis at the San Diego Psychoanalytic Institute and an internationally known lecturer to students, professionals, and the general public on many aspects of normal and pathologic development.
His books have been published in English, Korean, and Spanish. See www.calbooks.info He has published over 50 articles in peer-reviewed journals.
Dr. Colarusso resides in La Jolla, California with his wife of 55 years, three married children, and 6 grandchildren. Playtime is filled with music, travel, physical fitness, and golf.
Featured Ebook: Guiding Your Toddler's Development
Amazon Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars The Terrible Twos..., October 3, 2011 By eBook Fan "Love to read! Happy to review!" (Midwest, USA) - This review is from: Guiding Your Toddler's Development: Eating, Sleeping, Toilet Training, and More (Kindle Edition)
"From a parent who's recently been through raising a toddler... three is worse than two. At three they're more independant and devioiusly smart... they know how to push mom and dad's buttons!"
"Interesting book. I know first hand how frustrating it can be with a toddler. The no's. The tantrums for seemingly no reason. The frustration to communicate. On the other hand, as nuts as these kids can drive you, they're a lot of fun. My daughter, for example, at the age of two, argued with me that the word "horray" is actually "parade." So now we have a family joke and say "PARADE!" when we're happy about something."
"The book is short and sweet and has facts about what's happening with your child. It's nice to understand that they're going through an enormous amount of change in a very short time. Easy read... saves time for the parent of a toddler who is always on the run!"