WE PROVIDE HELP
Dr. Scott R. Turkin
Scott R. Turkin, MD, DFAPA is a practicing psychiatrist with more than 20 years’ experience and is the brother of the founder of the Parc Foundation. He has been the Medical Director for behavioral health services for a 4 hospital system in Pennsylvania that consists of 77 inpatient psychiatric beds and attends to approximately 2,000 outpatients per month. He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and designated a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association
Dr. Whitney Friedl, Psy. D.
Whitney Friedl is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Director of Special Programs for Child Provider Specialist in Weston, Florida. Dr. Friedl specializes in behavioral modification and social skills training. She received her Bachelors in Psychology and Biology from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She also completed her Masters and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Dr. Marc Browner D. C.
Dr.Browner was born in Brooklyn, New York, raised in South Florida, and attended the University of Florida for his undergraduate degree. He then attended Life University, where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in 1995. Immediately after graduating from Life University, he spent approximately three (3) years as an intern in a highly respected Ft. Lauderdale chiropractic office. Dr. Browner has been practicing for over a decade.
Mr. Glenn Ellison
Mr. Ellison is the founder of the Parent Help Center in Jacksonville, Florida. The Parent Help Center’s mission is to empower parents to raise respectful and productive children to strengthen our community, our country, and the world. The Parent Help Center was founded in 2001, and was specifically created to help change the way parents deal with—and effectively correct—unruly behavior, poor choices, and negative attitudes in children. TPHC believes that as a parent, we must not reward children for anything that they haven’t earned. If we do, we are teaching children they don’t have to work for what they want.