“Parenting is one of the “top” topics in current psychological field. This book is a clever and successful integration of three approaches relating parenting: (1) cognitive-behavioral therapy; (2) parental programs; and (3) clinical cognitive science. Although all three lines of research deal with parenting, often they remained fragmented and thus they do not contribute to a comprehensive development of the field (be it in terms of theory and/or practice). This book rigorously proposes a common architecture, which nicely facilitate the integration of the findings of these three research paradigms. Thus, this book is a very useful guide for research and practitioners in the parenting field, with larger implications for research, theory, and practice in the field of psychotherapy.” - Daniel David, Ph.D., “Aaron T. Beck” Professor of Clinical Cognitive Sciences, Head of Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania; Adjunct Professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NY, USA.