How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children

How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children
Price:
USD 9.99
Author:
Gerald Newmark
Language:
English
Binding:
Paperback
Meeting the Five Critical Needs of Children...And Parents Too! Updated Edition

How To Raise Emotionally Healthy Children 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. The 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. How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children, shows parents and teachers how to nourish emotional health at home and at school. Failure to meet these emotional needs of our children is one of the most serious and under-recognized problems facing our country. The book enables parents to recognize and satisfy the five critical emotional needs that all children have: to feel respected, important, accepted, included, and secure, and in the process, parents will have their own needs satisfied too. Babies, toddlers, children, teenagers, parents and grandparents all have these same emotional needs. Meeting these needs in childhood provides the foundation for success in school, work, relationships, marriage and life in general.Dr. Gerald Newmark's specialty for several decades has been people. He has had experience at every level of education from elementary school to university as a teacher, consultant or researcher. He has lectured extensively in the United States, and periodically in Europe, Japan and Mexico on doctor-patient, manager-employee, parent-child-teacher relations, and on innovative methods of teaching and learning. In these venues, he captivated his varied audiences with his ability to connect with all cultures and groups and penetrate quickly to the heart of the subject. In non-technical, straightforward language he conveys his messages in an interesting and entertaining manner so as to produce understanding, learning, and smiles. He speaks French and German fluently and has a working knowledge of Spanish and Italian. For 15 years, he was a research scientist, first with the Rand Corporation and later with the System Development Corporation, where his work focused on the design, development, and evaluation of innovative training and instructional systems for public schools and military programs. With funding from the Ford Foundation, Dr. Newmark worked with children, parents, and teachers in Los Angeles city schools as co-director of a project to develop a model school. The results of this effort are described in his book, This School Belongs to You and Me: Every Learner a Teacher, Every Teacher a Learner. For this work, Dr. Newmark received a presidential citation. With his latest book Dr. Newmark focuses on improving parent, child, teacher, family, and school relations as a foundation for creating an emotional-health-friendly nation. An important aspect of Dr. Newmark s adult life has been participation in civil rights and youth affairs. He was involved for s years with the Synanon Foundation in its pioneering work in the treatment of drug addiction, and with Operation Bootstrap in Central Los Angeles in projects to improve inter-racial relations. He has been a consultant to the California Special Olympics and the California State Department of Education. Dr. Newmark has served on the advisory boards of the National Commission on Resources for Youth, the Center for ReUniting Families, and two drug abuse programs Amity, Inc. in Arizona, and Tuum Est (now Phoen House) in Los Angeles. He is presently on the Board of the Catticus Foundation. Dr. Newmark is a member of the American Association of Humanistic Psychology, the Charles F. Menninger Society, and the National Association For The Mentally Ill.184 pages. 2008How to Rise Emotionally Healthy Children is also available in Spanish . Disponible en español también.

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