Dr. Alice Sterling Honig
For over 40 years, Dr. Alice Sterling Honig has taught courses in child development, parenting, cross-cultural study of children and families, language development, quality caregiving with infants and toddlers, theories of child development, issues and problems in child development, observation and measurement techniques with children, prosocial and moral development, Erikson seminar, models and exemplary programs for enriching children's lives, and research issues in child development. She is a licensed psychologist and therapist in New York. Additionally, she has authored or edited more than two dozen books and 600 articles and chapters, and she has provided training for high quality childcare all over the United States and in several other countries, including South Korea, Singapore, France, China, and Australia. For over ten years, Dr. Honig was a volunteer leader of workshops for parents with divorce and child custody issues. Annually, for almost 40 years, Dr. Honig directed the National Quality Infant/Toddler Caregiving Workshop.