Margot Sunderland is Director of Education and Training for the Centre for Child Mental Health in London. A child psychotherapist with 20 years of experience of working with children and families, she directs graduate-level programs in child psychotherapy and emotional literacy for children and is author of more than 20 books on child mental health.
The Science of Parentingby Margot Sunderland
For parents who wonder whether controlled crying is best or if constant cuddling is better, here is a clear explanation of the science of parenting styles and their effects on children's brain development. Ground-breaking research in the late twentieth century delved into the neuroscience behind child rearing, and this book is the first to explain those theories to parents of toddlers in a clear, engaging form.
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- 18 Years
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Excellent resource for parents or any one wanting to learn about how different parenting techniques impact a child's development. It gives you a balanced approach that is based on real research, not stupid old wives tales or biased opinions. Highly recommended!
This book will teach you everything you need to know about how your child's brain develops after birth. You will learn the dangers of leaving your child to cry for long periods of time, and learn how touch and attachment can help your child have the most fulfilling life possible. Every parent should read for sure!