I adore this book! Brain-Body Parenting updates outdated lenses, offering powerful, practical ways to think about and respond to children. Dr. Delahooke shows caregivers how to understand children's emotions and behaviors, and guides us to respond in ways that are transformative both in the challenging moments, and in our child's development over time. Parents, teachers, grandparents, and the children they love, will all be deeply impacted by this beautiful book.
In Brain-Body Parenting, Dr Delahooke expands on her paradigm shifting-model of treating children with disruptive behaviours. In contrast to prevailing models that dominate parenting manuals and educational arenas, Dr Delahooke provides a more compassionate approach that addresses the needs of a child's nervous system and offers insightful examples for readers to rethink and restructure their parenting. This book is a game-changer.
Brain-Body Parenting is an essential guide for parents craving a deeper understanding of their child's needs, as well as their own. Drawing on insight from her decades of experience as a clinician and mother of three, Delahooke shows readers how to be better detectives when interpreting their child's signals and how to apply attuned, responsive care to specifics like sleep, play, and skill development. This book is a gold mine of advice.
Dr Mona Delahooke's latest book Brain-Body Parenting is an incredible, much needed gift to the parenting world. In her gentle, wise way she explains how our little children can struggle with learning how to navigate life and relationships. She not only shows the why, she shares so many stories of how parents can support their little ones to grow and thrive. This brilliant book needs to be in every home, early childhood setting, and primary school.
In this revolutionary book, Dr Mona Delahooke shares powerful insights and groundbreaking research for understanding a child's challenging behavior through the lens of neuroscience and polyvagal theory. With clarity, compassion, and easy to apply strategies, she offers parents and professionals a path to move children toward self-regulation, balance, and stability. An absolute must read.
Mona Delahooke speaks to parents like no other as she responds to their concerns and questions with understanding and insight. Her ability to translate and integrate neuroscience with body signalling and a child's emotional experience unravels the mystery of behaviours, offering an exquisite integration of mind, body, and heart. Both parents and professionals will appreciate this guide to raising resilient and secure children.