Is there a baby on the way! When the family grows, parents and children are asked to find a new balance. How to help the first-born to face change with serenity and joy? After birth how to handle the needs of two or more children of different ages? And yet, what precautions can foster understanding between brothers and sisters in childhood? This book answers to the doubts and questions of parents, offering useful information and practical tips for engaging older brothers awaiting and welcoming a new born. The interventions of experts, psychologists and educators, indicate how to handle the situation if your child is in trouble (for example in the case of regression or intense jealousy).
Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood (DC:0-3)
Translation: Kornilia Hatzinikolaou, Vasiliki Karveli, Eleanna Ritsou, Vasiliki Kondili
With the help of the DC:0-3R Revision Task Force, ZERO TO THREE is once again tackling an update and revision of the DC:0-3R—a 3-year process that began in March 2013. The DC:0-3R Revision Task Force will consider changes to DC:0-3R, making content-related decisions with input from the clinical and research literature, users worldwide, and feedback from recognized experts in particular areas. The revision will capture new findings relevant to diagnosis in young children and will address issues that have remained unresolved since the book was published in 2005. Revision Task Force members are: Charley Zeanah (Chair), Alice Carter, Julie Cohen, Helen Egger, Miri Keren, Mary Margaret Gleason, Alicia Lieberman, Kathleen Mulrooney, and Cindy Oser.
Petites leçons de vie
Translation: Natasa Papadopoulou
Illustration: Michel Boucher
Forty fairy tales, enriched with humour and poetry. In these unique courses of life, parents will find a precious help in order to teach their children how to live better with the others.
Format: 14 x 21
Price: € 12.00
Revolution in mind
Translation: Eleni Asteriou
Groundbreaking, insightful, and compulsively readable, Revolution in Mind goes beyond myth and polemic, giving us the story of one of the most controversial and important intellectual endeavors of the twentieth century. In this masterful history, George Makari demonstrates how a new way of thinking about inner life coalesced and won followers who spread this body of thought throughout the West. Along the way, he introduces the reader to a fascinating array of characters, many of whom have been long ignored or forgotten.
Revolution in Mind is a brilliant, engaging, and radically new work—the first ever to account fully for the making of psychoanalysis.
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In this practical common sense guide and by using insightful, accessible tips, Elisabeth Hartley-Brewer reveals why boys need regular but small doses of positive feedback to prevent them from becoming distracted or losing focus in their work, why the father/son relationship is instrumental for ensuring that boys receive the right praise and why female approval may have less value in the eyes of young boys than male approval.
Format: 14 x 17
Price: € 13.00