Complete Series

The Amazing Mom Series

Be the best parent you can be for your kids with these practical, down to Earth parenting manuals. Each book is aimed at a specific age and addresses the most common needs, challenges, and opportunities it presents to both parents and children.

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Start connecting with yourself and your child. No nonsense, down-to-earth, bite-size tips that are science-backed and easy to implement. A try-and-see-the-results approach for moms with toddlers 1-3 years old.

Start connecting with yourself and your child. No nonsense, down-to-earth, bite-size tips that are science-backed and easy to implement. A try-and-see-the-results approach for moms with children 3-6 years old.

Start connecting with yourself and your child. No nonsense, down-to-earth, bite-size tips that are science-backed and easy to implement. A try-and-see-the-results approach for moms with children 6-9 years old.

Start connecting with yourself and your child. No nonsense, down-to-earth, bite-size tips that are science-backed and easy to implement. A try-and-see-the-results approach for moms with children 9-12 years old.

Start connecting with yourself and your child. No nonsense, down-to-earth, bite-size tips that are science-backed and easy to implement. A try-and-see-the-results approach for moms with teens 12-18 years old.

What Readers Are Saying

Dr. Varvogli has written a very readable book — with sound guidance for new and experienced caregivers. With clarity and common sense, she has demystified what is involved in caring for infants, serving to empower all involved.

Karin Lifter

PhD Professor of Applied Psychology, Northeastern Univeristy

Dr. Liza Varvogli’s book tought me quite a lot! I can’t think of a single thing that was left out pertaining to a new mom’s experiences caring for a newborn through 1 year. I think every new parent should read this book!
Jill Griffin

MSc in early childhood education Owner/Director of Small Bears private Preschool

Amazing Mom provides both physiological and psychological knowledge to help new mothers understand themselves and their babies, from the perspective of an experienced psychologist and mother of four children. Dr. Lisa Varvogli’s tips, such as mindful diapering, equip mothers with practical skills to care for themselves and their babies through the lens of holistic well-being. It is a must-read for expecting mothers.

Chieh Li

Associate Professor in School Psychology, Northeastern University, Boston, USA

About Dr. Liza Varvogli

Dr. Liza holds an MA in School and Counseling Psychology from Tufts University and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Northeastern University. She completed her post-doctoral training at Boston Children’s Hospital, the teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, where she also worked for ten years.

Dr. Liza has more than 40,000 clinical hours of experience in psychotherapy and parenting.  She is a popular author in Europe who writes self-help books about improving your life and becoming an amazing person.

Dr. Liza Varvogli
Psychologist, Psychotherapist & Best Selling Author