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Download The Attachment Connection: Parenting a Secure and Confident Child Using the Science of Attachment Theory eBook

by Ruth Newton PhD,Allan Schore PhD

Download The Attachment Connection: Parenting a Secure and Confident Child Using the Science of Attachment Theory eBook
ISBN:
1572245204
Author:
Ruth Newton PhD,Allan Schore PhD
Category:
Parenting
Language:
English
Publisher:
New Harbinger Publications (June 1, 2008)
Pages:
240 pages
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1998 kb
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1556 kb
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1789 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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386


As the book states, using this book as a guide we all have the capacity to raise secure & confident children.

Ships from and sold by mickey's new & used CD's. Since a secure attachment forms the foundation for children’s later social and emotional development, this is must read book for parents. Charles E. Schaefer, PhD, professor of psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ, and cofounder and director emeritus of the Association for Play Therapy. As the book states, using this book as a guide we all have the capacity to raise secure & confident children.

The Attachment Connection book. Newton uses scientific proof to back up her claims, and I honestly believe in the core ideas here (as I believe in the core ideas of Attachment Parenting, period). I did learn a few things, too. But I'm just tired of reading parenting books and having I know, I know. I said I wouldn't read another parenting book for a while, but I started this one before Jude was born and I was looking for a little something to stimulate my thinking about being a dad. And now this one is not a bad book, per se.

The Attachment Connection sorts out the facts from the fiction about parent-child attachment and shows how paying attention to the emotional needs of your child, particularly during the first five years of development, can help him or her grow up happy, secure, and confident. You'll discover how your child's brain is developing at each stage of growth and learn to use reasonable, easy-to-implement guidelines based on sound science to foster secure attachment, healthy social skills, and emotional regulation in your child.

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Parenting a Secure and Confident Child Using the Science of Attachment Theory Books by Ruth Newton. The Attachment Connection.

Parenting a Secure and Confident Child Using the Science of Attachment Theory. Foreword by Allan Schore. Books by Ruth Newton. Allan Schore (Foreword by). Books by Allan Schore.

Feel free to highlight your book. Free shipping on rental returns. Feel free to highlight your book. 21-day refund guarantee Learn more. Popular items with this book. Studies in the 1950s revealed that young children hospitalized without their parents respond first by crying for them, then by showing signs of despair, and finally by emotionally detaching from the parents and acting indifferent to their absence.

This book teaches parents to understand how their child's brain is developing at each stage of growth, how to foster social skills, and how attunement to their babies' needs offers parents the basic building blocks to raise a healthy, securely attached child. 13 people like this topic

This book teaches parents to understand how their child's brain is developing at each stage of growth, how to foster social skills, and how attunement to their babies' needs offers parents the basic building blocks to raise a healthy, securely attached child. 13 people like this topic.

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Attachment matters What's behind the face Crossing into a new ocean : pregnancy, birth, and the newborn period We're still .

Attachment matters What's behind the face Crossing into a new ocean : pregnancy, birth, and the newborn period We're still breathing! : the two-month-old There is someone in there! : the four-month-old Knowing the clan : the six-month-old There's a stranger amongst us! the nine-month-old Free at last : the twelve-month-old I think, therefore I. am: the eighteen-month-old Where did he hear that word? : the two-year-old Shifting to the left : the three-year-old I can do it myself : the four-year-old Baby on the g.

Studies in the 1950s revealed that young children hospitalized without their parents respond first by crying for them, then by showing signs of despair, and finally by emotionally detaching from the parents and acting indifferent to their absence. This detachment is hard to repair and highly detrimental to a child's development-most children who feel they cannot rely on their parents grow up to become more emotionally insecure and less self-assured than their peers.

The Attachment Connection sorts out the facts from the fiction about parent-child attachment and shows how paying attention to the emotional needs of your child, particularly during the first five years of development, can help him or her grow up happy, secure, and confident. You'll discover how your child's brain is developing at each stage of growth and learn to use reasonable, easy-to-implement guidelines based on sound science to foster secure attachment, healthy social skills, and emotional regulation in your child.

  • Ranenast
During my doctoral psychology program I had the fortune of training under Dr. Newton's supervision at St. Vincent de Paul Village. I can personally say that she is very attentive in all she does & has a special love for her work in the area of early childhood development (0-5yrs). Working under her direction I learned about utilizing the concepts she perfectly outlines in this book. The knowledge & understanding you can gain from this book is life changing & I say that without hesitation.

When my sister became pregnant with her first child I bought her this book. She read it & I couldn't help, but read it as well. It was so helpful in those early months because, as we quickly learned there are so many misconceptions & many people seem to have opinions about how to raise a child. The book was so helpful in learning to tune out all the "noise" & bring attention to the biggest tool we all already have, but unfortunately have been taught to ignore. Responding to our natural instinctive feelings that arise when a child is crying out for something. We might not immediately know what the child needs, but key point is that without language & mobility an infant is fully dependent on the caregiver. Also, children don't come into the world with the notion of concepts such as manipulation. We hear things about not "spoiling" a child, letting him or her "cry it out, not carrying him or her too much, etc. However, if a child is crying out for something, by responding to the child's needs we actually teach him/her the skills to be able to moderate his/her own emotions in the long term & at the same time we let the child know that what he/she feels is valid & important. In the long term, this leads to confidence & independence.

As the book states, using this book as a guide we all have the capacity to raise secure & confident children.

My niece, compared to other children, is a confident, bold, & increadibly happy child. I credit Dr. Newton's work for the skills that allowed her to be the sort of child that has the confidence to explore her surroundings, empathize with others, boldly make her needs known, & recover quite quickly when upset.

I believe so much in the information this book provides that I have continued to share copies of this book with friends; I usually gift the book. I also brag about it every chance I get!!
  • Nalmergas
This is an ideal book for both professionals and parents who want to understand the science behind their baby's brain development-and how this translates into every day interactions with your child. The author gives many case examples which help to illustrate the concepts. Reading this book can guide a new parents as they forge that essential first relationship with their baby. I am an early childhood consultant and found that while the book is steeped in well-documented research is is still accessible to the lay reader.
  • Beahelm
Personnaly, the real life family stories in this book made me feel uncomfortable. They are all very black and white.
Leo Tolstoy's book Anna Karenina begins with: - Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
I would say - even very happy family has something to be unhappy about in its own way. I don't believe in perfection and this book, not once made me feel that those ideals are not achieveble for my happy, but imperfect family.
  • Swift Summer
As a psychology student and caregiver who sees Attachment Theory tested and used in many ways, I knew that there was some great information in here for parents who you are afraid might inadvertently suck as parents. It's true and I have gifted it TWICE.
  • Honeirsil
As to why this type of parenting works and what makes it great. It helps explain the motivation behind attachment parenting as well as the relevance to the child's growth and nurturing. While I don't like to label my style of parenting, this is as close as it gets!
  • Dukinos
Excellent book! I wish every parent could read it. The theories are sound; they have been researched and have been proved. Children aren't born with instruction manuals but this book is a good start! :)
  • Tinavio
Came in great shape!
Every new parent should read this. I am so glad I was recommended it by a friend now that my baby is only a few months old. My spouse and close family members are also currently reading it.