The Social Toddler: Understanding Toddlers and Why They Do the Things They Do: DVD

Author(s) : Helen Dorman, Author(s) : Clive Dorman

The Social Toddler: Understanding Toddlers and Why They Do the Things They Do: DVD

Book Details

  • Publisher : The Childrens Project
  • Published : 2006
  • Cover : DVD
  • Category :
    Child and Adolescent Studies
  • Catalogue No : 23931
  • ISBN 13 : 9781903275443
  • ISBN 10 : 190327544X
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Following the success of the widely acclaimed "The Social Toddler" - described by the "Journal of Child Psychotherapy" as a 'groundbreaking publication' - The Children's Project now publish the video and DVD of the same name. Aimed at parents and those who work with families, this 30 minute DVD uses footage filmed for the book and provides a fascinating insight into the world of the toddler. By untangling the mysteries of why toddlers behave the way they do, parents and carers are better able to respond in ways that avoid conflict and maximise enjoyment. Imagine what it must be like to be a toddler...trying to ask, but without language; reasoning without boundaries; and exploring with no concept of fear The presenters, Helen and Clive Dorman, are child behaviour specialists with over ten years experience bringing academic research into the public domain in a way that is clear for all to understand. Their work is non-patronising, child centred and based on respect, empathy and listening.

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