Dr. Ann Gatty

Ann Gatty, Ph.D.is a life coach, inforpreneur, author and organizational strategist. She has taught in classrooms and organizational training sessions and now works as a life coach for professional and personal development. Dr. Gatty has developed curriculum for college courses, organizational training and personal development. From her work and personal experiences, she finds a continuous need among women, of all walks of life, to find a life balance between professional goals and personal responsibilities. Ann Gatty hosts a website, www.stress-management-4-women.com, which offers stress management strategies, life skill development, and a means of finding your true passion in life. She has also authored Discovering God’s Recipe for a Healthy Body, Heart and Soul. Ann Gatty earned a Ph.D. in Instruction and Learning from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Education. She is married, the mother of two young adult boys, and shares her home with her husband, two Great Danes and a Bassett Hound.

Articles by Dr. Ann Gatty

4 Tips for a Healthy Parent-Child Relationship


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With today’s climate, there seems to be more focus on the concept that “more is better.”  We seem to allow our kids to participate in “more” sports, “more” music, “more” friends, and “more” toys.  Somewhere along the way, have we lost the focus of parenting and substituted indulging in its place? I think the key to... Read more »

Angry Teen? 4 Tips for Effective Adolescent Anger Management



Watching your teen having a temper tantrum is scary.  Adolescent anger management is not something most parents want to deal with, but unfortunately, the situation often can't be avoided.  Here are four strategies that we used in our household with great results: 1. Communication: "There's nothing wrong with feeling angry." Sometimes my teenage son would become so... Read more »

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Dealing with a Rebellious Teen? 4 Ways to Manage Their Behavior



If you are living with teenagers, you know that they want their freedom and they want to do things their way.  These years can be stressful for both the teen and the parent.  Here are several reasons why I think teens might behave rebelliously... along with some stress management strategies that, in my opinion, can help you... Read more »