Rest, Play, Grow (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
306
Utgivningsdatum
2016-03-23
Förlag
Aona Management Inc
Medarbetare
Neufeld Phd, Gordon (foreword)
Illustrationer
16 Illustrations
Dimensioner
222 x 152 x 19 mm
Vikt
453 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
402:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on Creme w/Matte Lam
ISBN
9780995051201
Rest, Play, Grow (häftad)

Rest, Play, Grow

Making Sense of Preschoolers (Or Anyone Who Acts Like One)

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Foreword by Gordon Neufeld

Based on the work of one of the world's foremost child development experts, Rest, Play, Grow offers a developmental road map to adults and is what every toddler, preschooler, and kindergartner wished their adults understood about them.

Baffling and beloved, with the capacity to go from joy to frustration in seconds, young children are some of the most misunderstood people on the planet. Parents and caregivers struggle with these little ones, who are known for their extreme behaviour, from tantrums, resistance, and aggression to separation anxiety, bedtime protests, and not listening. The key to understanding youngsters lies in realizing that their challenging behaviour is not personal, nor is it a disorder or deficit.

Based on science and the relational developmental approach of renowned psychologist and bestselling author Gordon Neufeld, Rest, Play, Grow reveals how critical adults are in shaping the conditions to ensure young children flourish. This is the story of how young children develop, from their intense need for attachment and the vital importance of play to discipline that preserves growth. Engagingly written, with compassion for its subjects and rich with stories from them and their parents, Rest, Play, Grow will forever change the way you think of the preschoolers in your life.

Dr. Deborah MacNamara is a clinical counsellor and educator with more than twenty-five years experience working with children, youth, and adults. She is on faculty at the Neufeld Institute, operates a counselling practice, and speaks regularly about child and adolescent development to parents, childcare providers, educators, and mental health professionals. She continues to write, do radio and television interviews, and speak to the needs of children and youth based on developmental science. Deborah resides in Vancouver, Canada, with her husband and two children.

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"This book is a tribute to not only Dr. MacNamara's giftedness but also to her absolute driving conviction that the insights regarding relationship and development must get out to those who are responsible for raising our youngsters . . . Dr. MacNamara is wonderfully positioned to tell you this story, taking you from theory to practice. You could not be in better hands."
-Gordon Neufeld, PhD, bestselling author and founder of the Neufeld Institute

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Dr. Deborah MacNamara is a clinical counsellor and educator with more than twenty-five years experience working with children, youth, and adults. She is on faculty at the Neufeld Institute, operates a counselling practice, and speaks regularly about child and adolescent development to parents, childcare providers, educators, and mental health professionals. She continues to write, do radio and television interviews, and speak to the needs of children and youth based on developmental science. Deborah resides in Vancouver, Canada, with her husband and two children.

Innehållsförteckning

Foreword by Dr. Gordon Neufeld
Introduction: Why Making Sense Matters
Chapter 1: How Adults Grow Young Children Up
Chapter 2: The Preschooler Personality: Part Beauty, Part Beast
Chapter 3: Preserving Childhood: Defending Play in a Digital World
Chapter 4: Hungry for Connection: Why Relationships Matter
Chapter 5: Who's in Charge? The Dance of Attachment
Chapter 6: Feelings and Hurts: Keeping Children's Hearts Soft
Chapter 7: Tears and Tantrums: Understanding Frustration and Aggression
Chapter 8: Alarmed by Disconnection: Bedtime, Separations, and Anxiety
Chapter 9: "You're Not the Boss of Me": Understanding Resistance and Opposition
Chapter 10: Discipline for the Immature: Buying Time for the Child to Grow Up
Chapter 11: How Young Children Grow Adults Up
About the Neufeld Institute
About the Author
Acknowledgements
Notes