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NUANPRANG SNITBHAN was born in Bangkok, Thailand. She is a clinical psychologist specializing in working with children, adolescents, and their families. She came to the United States when she was 14 and has been living and studying within the New England area for almost twenty years. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. Her depth of experience was gained from working in multiple settings both in Bangkok and in the US, including hospitals, schools, and private mental health clinics, for over ten years. She has spoken to audiences in the United and Asia on the subject of parenting, groupwork, and the challenges of treating children from non-western cultures.
"Girl Time is a lovely and very heart-full mindfulness workbook for mothers and daughters. It will plant seeds of awareness and compassion, and will invite every girl to be curious and connected. Connectedness--to ourselves and to others--opens windows to really see, hear, feel, and touch each other's heart. May this book benefit many mothers and daughters."--Eline Snel, author of Sitting Still like a Frog "Girl Time is an excellent resource for moms who want to stay connected to their daughters and empower them to stay connected to themselves. Dr. Snitbhan's creative, enjoyable, step-by-step activities offer experiences that help girls develop a strong core identity that is needed before transitioning into their teen years."--Dr. Maria Clark Fleshood, author of From Tweens to Teens "A treasure trove of activities that will inspire, educate and connect mothers and daughters across the generational divide, and build happiness and emotional awareness for all."--Dr. Christopher Willard, author of Child's Mind and Growing up Mindful