Howard Neil Glasser is Founder of the Children’s Success Foundation and creator of the Nurtured Heart Approach®. He is a voice for children’s greatness so they can ultimately find their own voice of greatness.

Howard’s background is in family treatment, clinical studies and educational leadership. His formal studies along with direct experience with the most intense and challenging children form the basis of the approach that he has now brought to many. He has been referred to as one of the most influential persons working to reduce children’s reliance on psychiatric medications. His work is inspiring a growing number of educational and treatment initiative worldwide and has been featured on CNN, Esquire and more.

Howard is the author of 15 books, including Transforming the Difficult Child, a longstanding bestseller on challenging children and he is a sought-after Keynote speaker in areas of treatment, educational and inspiring greatness.

Nurtured Heart is currently being researched by Rutgers University, the University of Arizona’s Zuckerman School of Public Health, and the New Mexico State University.

Howard currently teaches Nurtured Heart Approach Certification Training Intensives at the Nurtured Heart Institute as well as teaching at University of Arizona’s Integrative Medicine Program and the School of Public Health’s new Transformational Wellness program.

“If we dig up the past and do all we can to understand why things went wrong, we’ll know what to do to fix it – and if we don’t go through that process of digging through the past, we’ll never solve the problems of the present.”