What reviewers say
“Practical, well organized and reader friendly… Parents, educators, and anyone responsible for children and their well-being should read this book.”
—Diane Mortellite-Saaybe, M.A., New Jersey
Dr. Sutton’s work connects timeless principles to modern wisdom in a way that challenges family habits and encourages relationship-grounded discipline.
—Jennifer Poindexter, M.S., LPC, South Carolina
Geoffrey W. Sutton is a psychologist, author, and conference speaker. He obtained a master’s degree in Counseling in 1975. And he obtained his Ph.D. in Psychology 1981. Both degrees were from the University of Missouri.
He has worked as a counselor and psychologist in schools, hospitals, and an office practice. During his clinical career, he attended post-doctoral courses and received supervision in child and adult neuropsychology and psychopharmacology.
He is Emeritus Professor of Psychology of Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri, where he taught courses in research methods, statistics, and the Psychology of Religion. He has published more than 100 books, chapters, and articles. His interests focus counseling and psychotherapy, moral psychology, and positive psychology variables such as forgiveness, hope, and compassion.