A practical book on working with groups of young children by Val Mullally, ‘Working with under 6s’ provides you with helpful insights and practical tips to working with a group of children.
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At sixteen weeks the unborn child shies away from light. At twenty weeks there is a response to speech patterns. At twenty-five weeks the baby can kick in time to music. And at six months the unborn baby can understand the subtle shifts of its mother’s emotions. THE SECRET LIFE OF THE UNBORN CHILD presents […]
When children from insecure backgrounds become adolescents, the challenges they experience themselves and present for those around them can get a lot harder to sort out, before the teenager can fully integrate into society. These adolescents can quickly acquire ‘bad kid’ or ‘anti-social’ labels. They may form attachments by joining gangs, but in doing so, […]
A View from Psychoanalysis and Developmental PsychologyChallenging the traditional developmental sequence as well as the idea that issues of attachment, dependency, and trust are confined to infancy, Stern integrates clinical and experimental science to support his revolutionizing vision of the social and emotional life of the youngest children, which has had spiraling implications for theory, […]
As you prepare to become a mother, you face an experience unlike any other in your life. Having a baby will redirect your preferences and pleasures and, most likely, will realign some of your values. As you undergo this unique psychological transformation, you will be guided by new hopes, fears, and priorities. In a most […]
Sharing principles that work, these wise counselors offer parents the chance to build solid, memory-filled family relationships today that will encourage their children tomorrow to return to where love is freely given — home.
Investigates the phenomenon of mindfulness as it impacts our daily lives, offering readers insight into personal relationships, emotional behaviour, parenting and work.
This book goes beyond the nature-nurture divisions that traditionally have constrained much of our thinking about development, exploring the role of interpersonal relationships in forging key connections in the brain. Daniel J. Siegel presents a groundbreaking new way of thinking about the emergence of the human mind-the process by which each of us becomes a […]