Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D., Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D., Mark Sossin, Ph.D., and Sara Markese, Ph.D.
Contributors to the book: Anni Bergman, Ph.D., Sally Moskowitz, Ph.D., Rita Reiswig, MSW, Suzi Tortora, Ed.D., Donna Demetri Friedman, Ph.D., Joseph Jaffe, M.D., Andrea Remez, Ph.D., Adrianne Lange, M.A., and Marsha Kaitz, Ph.D.Read More
By Janet Farrell Leontiou
Publication: The Exceptional Parent
September 1, 2011
I hope you dance: "the encounter was stripped down to essential elements and my husband and I had the privilege of witnessing it."
by Susanne Bender, Editor
When humans communicate with one another they send on a nonverbal, physical level many multifaceted pieces of information, which are critical to the success or failure of each contact. We gather our first relationship experiences on a nonverbal level and a mother's ability to attune to her child determines his/her "being-in-the-world".Read More
Fostering your child's natural creativity does not necessarily require enrolling in costly classes. Learn how to help your child take an enjoyment of music, movement, and arts straight into adulthood!Read More