The ABC's of Parenting - Raising Resilient & Emotionally Intelligent Children
by John D. Ellis M.A. AMFT
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Teach correct principles and allow people to govern themselves is a belief I hold. Many parenting models arrive at a complexity that loses sight of basic principles and relationship interaction. They become highly rigid in structure and application. The ABC's of Parenting instructs parents concerning basic principles, concepts and relationship interaction that results in safety, secure attachments, resiliency, and emotional intelligence. Greater acceptance and understanding permeates the relationship. The relationship can then allow for discipline and defuse power and control dynamics. Parenting is a relationship. Apllying this principles and creating a similar dynamic and process can ensure greater relationship stasifaction and the greatness of your child.

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Created on: Sep-06-2013   Published on: Sep-11-2013
Format: 8.5"x11" - Perfect Bound - Softcover - Color - Photo Book
Theme: How-To    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 24 Pages
family    love & logic    nurtured heart approach    oppositional defiant    parenthood    parenting principles    Parenting strategy   
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Joined: Sep-06-2013

John D. Ellis graduated from Syracuse University in 2012 with a Masters in Marriage & Family Therapy. John clinically practices part-time with LDS Family Services and Sequoia Family Therapy Services LLC. John and Rachelle celebrated seven years of marriage on June 23, 2013. They thoroughly enjoy their two beautiful children Eli (4) and Lucy (2). Rachelle is a doula; providing emotional, spiritual and physical support for birthing mothers. The contents of this book are practiced in their home to the best of their ability. The principles and process described have shown to create greater resiliency, emotional intelligence and resolve distressing and impairing symptomology in children. The parent child relationship is then a safer secure attachment in which the child can proceed to develop autonomously. John has been influenced by many theories and research. John acknowledges that the contents of this book are a product of his clinical training;especially that of play therapy.

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