Henning Koehler works as a teacher of children with special needs in the outpatient practice of the Janusz Korczak Institut (Wolfschulgen near Stuttgart), of which he is a co-founder. He wrote the much acclaimed book, Working With Anxious, Nervous, and Depressed Children (Waldorf Publications) and several other titles in German as yet to be translated into English.
Difficult Children: There Is No Such Thingby Henning Kohler
Read this deep and insightful approach to observing children and their development and be refreshed! At a time when educational labeling and "educationally difficult" children are made more and more uneasy in their behavior, this books makes a strong request that we develop a more accepting, less judgmental way to embrace children. The book serves as a guide to parents and teachers for dealing with children. It offers ways to "read" so called disorders tot he benefit of the child and those responsible for the child. Koehler challenges the current trend of diagnostics and labels, offering a spiritually deepened view of why a child behaves as she does. Every parent and teach will benefit from this book.
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