There's Still No Such Thing As Naughty - Parenting The Primary Years: Parenting the Primary Years – Simple Steps to Support Your Child's Mental Health from 5-12 (Paperback)
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There's Still No Such Thing As Naughty - Parenting The Primary Years: Parenting the Primary Years – Simple Steps to Support Your Child's Mental Health from 5-12 (Paperback)

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Paperback 368 Pages
Published: 28/03/2024
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Waterstones Says

Bringing the clinical expertise and parental empathy that marked out There is No Such Thing as Naughty to this invaluable guide for those with primary age children, Silverton delivers more wisdom and reassurance to restore harmony in the family home.

'As a child therapist and a parent with two primary-aged children, I know how difficult, demanding and consuming the job can be. I've written this book to answer parents' questions about their children's behaviour, make their lives easier, and restore joy and harmony in our homes.'

How can we ensure our children remain happy and healthy in a world that is evolving at an unprecedented pace?

In There's Still No Such Thing As Naughty, Sunday Times bestselling author and child therapist Kate Silverton explains that while our children are becoming more independent and physically mature, they need us more than ever emotionally.

Backed by neuroscience, neurobiology, and her practical clinical experience, Kate offers compassionate wisdom and insight into the inner workings of a child's mind from the ages of 5 to 12. Kate guides parents through her ten core 'pillars' and reveals:

· How parents can support their children's healthy brain development
· The role of the nervous system in 'naughty'
· How to support our own mental health as much as our children's
· The importance of time spent in play
· How to strengthen the connections we have with our children, and have an easier time of it too!

Her ten pillars of parenting provide an essential toolbox for parents, showing them how to help their child to better regulate their emotions, cultivate resilience, foster empathy and, ultimately, navigate thoughts and big feelings with ease.

In ditching the label of 'naughty', Kate demonstrates how to provide the best possible emotional foundation for the children in our care.

Publisher: Bonnier Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781788706759
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 444 g
Dimensions: 234 x 153 x 26 mm

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