Resolutions in the New Year tend to bring us back to basics. Undoubtedly this is why health is our overwhelming preoccupation as judged by the fact that exercise and diet…

…interested in Dr. Gordon Neufeld’s upcoming webinar, Attachment Roots: Back to Basics (September 20, 2016) or Dr. Deborah MacNamara’s online course, Heart Matters: The Science of Emotion (starting October 26,…

…need be. You might also be interested in Dr. Gordon Neufeld’s upcoming webinar, Attachment Roots: Back to Basics, about how the capacity for relationship is meant to develop as well…

…I invite you to give this online course a try. We are, after all, our children’s best hope for escaping the clutches of immaturity.   Our next online course for

…a constant stream of friends, information and entertainment. While our kids emerge as savvy inhabitants of this digital world, parents are left to monitor, negotiate, and police their child’s online

…that an adult read what a child is capable of, even in small doses, but not shelter them altogether. Pushing them beyond their limits typically leads to the child shutting…

…been planted by the publisher to help boost book sales! In addition to leaving the bookstore with a long list of books to share at the annual conference, neither of…

…adult to position himself as a cue-giver for the child. Again, we begin with the basics: we collect the child first in order to be able to work from within…

…encourage you to continue to explore Dr. Neufeld’s paradigm, especially his newly released DVD on “Making Sense of Discipline: the INs and OUTs of imposing order on children’s behaviour.” http://www.gordonneufeld.com/products/dvds…

…Centre for Peace and Education, Vancouver, BC. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mSrc0GFpJw [ii] Ellis, B.J., Boyce, W. T. (2005). Biological sensitivity to context: Empirical explorations of an evolutionally-developmental theory. Development and Psychopathology. V. 17,(2),…

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