Craig Wiener

Dr. Craig B. Wiener is a licensed Clinical Psychologist based in Worcester, Massachusetts. He obtained his doctoral degree from Clark University in 1979. In addition to over forty years of private practice, he is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. For over two decades, he was the Clinical Director of Mental Health Services at a community health center where he supervised a large staff of clinicians and graduate students. Dr. Wiener is the author of three books on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and he has presented his work at national and state conventions for Psychologists. His current book, Backyard Politics is a culmination of his clinical experience, which has helped him gain insight into the ways in which people resolve their difficulties.


Backyard Politics

Backyard Politics

$19.99eBook: $7.99
Genre: Nonfiction

Our political system is fiercely divided. Political differences are fracturing families, separating friends, and even introducing tensions in casual encounters. Many of our elected officials, and national media, are resorting to vilification, accusation, and open hostility as a way to gain control over the political narrative.

Backyard Politics provides a way to understand the seemingly insurmountable political strife currently overtaking our country. Because each political cause believes that their approach will better humanity, it is essential that we understand both points of view to lessen animosity and reach a compromise.

For over forty years, Dr. Craig Wiener, a Clinical Psychologist, has helped individuals and families resolve their difficulties. Rather than look to politicians to diminish our political friction, he proposes a parenting solution that allows family members to resolve their problems in mutually satisfying ways. Learning how to cooperate as a family prepares children to mediate social discord when venturing into the outside world.

Backyard Politics is a must-read for those who want to foster well-being for children and society.

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