“This is a book that parents
should have by their bedside...a book
that child agency personnel and caregivers
should read and recommend to their clients...
and that teachers should apply in their classrooms.”
—Roy W. Menninger, M.D.
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to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children, a parenting guide by Gerald
Newmark, PhD, shows parents and teachers how to nourish emotional health
at home and at school. Failure to meet the emotional needs of our children
is one of the most serious and under-recognized problems facing our country. This
book enables parents to recognize and satisfy the critical emotional needs
that all children have: to
feel respected, to feel important, to feel accepted, to feel included, and to
feel secure and, in the process, parents will have their own needs
Dr. Newmark’s book has a compelling and provocative message about
parent-child relations. It provides powerful and practical concepts and
tools that enable parents, teachers, and childcare providers to interact
with children and with each other in emotionally healthy ways. In the process,
children learn to interact with each other in the same way. The book is
a “wake-up call” to America that we are abandoning our children
emotionally. Failure to support our children's emotional health at home
and in schools is jeopardizing their future and that of our nation. It
is called the “Missing Agenda” and the antidote is The
Children's Project, a nonprofit, grass roots organization that
provides the book at a special price to schools and organizations, and
offers orientation and training workshops.
The Salinas Project: America’s First Emotional-Health-Friendly City
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Translations available in Spanish, Hebrew, Russian, Hungarian, Austrian, Catalan,
Chinese, Marathi (India),
Click here for more information.
How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children has attracted attention across diverse ethnic, religious, socio-economic, and age groups. It provides a universal language regarding emotional health that is easy for diverse peoples to understand and use.
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