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Bill Corbett is the author of the award-winning book and parent education course, Love, Limits, & Lessons: A Parent's Guide to Raising Cooperative Kids (Cooperative Kids, 2011) and an international keynote speaker on matters of family and children.
He is the producer and host of the radio talk show Parent Talk, formerly heard on the Clear Channel network, and executive producer and host of the public access television show Creating Cooperative Kids. Bill delivered the opening keynote at a national education conference in 2015 in Amersfoort, The Netherlands.
Bill sits on the board of the domestic violence education organization, The Network Against Domestic Abuse and received the TOP 100 MEN recognition by the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence for his active work in the community, educating men and women on the importance of developing positive relationships.
He holds a degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Phoenix and is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the North American Society for Adlerian Psychology (NASAP). He and his wife Elizabeth have six adult children between them and three grandchildren, and live in Connecticut.
For more information, please visit billcorbett.com.
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