RESOURCES

Too Often we Forget discipline means to teach, not to punish.  -  dr. Dan Siegel

Parenting:

https://child.tcu.edu/

https://www.nctsn.org/

 

https://prekteachandplay.com/

 

https://www.fabermazlish.com/h_ask_ae.php

 

Books:

Dan Siegel: The Yes Brain

The Whole Brain Child: 12 Strategies to Nurturing Your Child's Developing Mind, Surviving Everyday Parenting Struggles, and Help Your Family Thrive

William Doherty: Take Back Your Kids

 

Cline and Fay: Parenting with Love and Logic

 

Gottman: And Baby Makes Three

 

      Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child

 

Frances Jensen: The Teenage Brain

Lisa Damour: Under Pressure

 

Shefali Tsabary: The Conscious Parent

 

Adele Faber: Siblings without Rivalry

 

Karen Purvis, David Cross, and Wendy Lyons Sunshine: The Connected Child: Bringing Hope and Healing to Your Adoptive Family

 

Where we have felt pulled in one direction by the heart and another direction by the head, play can allow us to find a balanced course or third way.  All evidence indicates that the greatest rewards of play come when it arises naturally from within.

   

      -    Stuart Brown, M.D.

Contact

Forward Family Therapy, LLC

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