In the 1990s, child psychologist Sylvia Rimm and her daughters—Sara, a research psychologist, and Ilonna, a pediatric oncology researcher—surveyed more than 1,000 satisfied, successful women. Their goal was to “identify the essential childhood elements that encouraged these women to achieve fulfilling careers” so other parents could give their daughters the same advantages. Their results and advice were published in See Jane Win®, which became a New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller.
See Jane Win® teaches parents how to help their daughters. See Jane Win® for Girls teaches daughters how to help themselves. Dr. Rimm gives girls the “I Can” tips and tools they need to be confident, capable, eager to learn, and ready to lead.
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The best-selling author of See Jane Win gives girls the "I Can" tips and tools they need to be confident, capable, eager to learn, and ready to lead.About the Author:
Dr. Sylvia Rimm is the author of the best-selling See Jane Win, See Jane Win for Girls, How Jane Won, How to Parent So Children Will Learn, Why Bright Kids Get Poor Grades and What You Can Do About It, Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children, and many others.
Sylvia is director of the Family Achievement Clinic in Cleveland and is a clinical professor at Case University School of Medicine. She is on the National Association For Gifted Children Board of Directors. She is a syndicated columnist and also a frequent contributor to Nick Jr. magazine. Sylvia has appeared on the Today show, 20/20, and Oprah, and has been featured in People magazine. A mother of four, Sylvia lives in Cleveland with her husband.
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