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The Durable Feeling That a Child Is Always at Risk

The Durable Feeling That a Child Is Always at Risk

An incredible story by Dr. Rachael Pearson. Toward the end of the article she addresses how Promoting First Relationships® has helped her work from a strengths based approach as a pediatrician, how she has embraced the concept of “wondering” with parents,...
Parent-Child Interactions (PCI) in Beijing

Parent-Child Interactions (PCI) in Beijing

Denise Findlay, Director of Education at Parent-Child Relationship Programs, taught at the second annual national training of doctors, nurses, and educators in the NCAST PCI scales in Beijing in April 2019. The picture is of Denise and the group of sponsors from AMCHS...
BabyCues®   A Child’s First Language

BabyCues® A Child’s First Language

Using BabyCues cards is a fun and informative way to visually convey information to parents and caregivers about the ways in which babies and young children communicate with us non-verbally. It is also a great way to educate yourself, whether a parent or parent...
Dealing with a Crying Baby

Dealing with a Crying Baby

Crying is the infant’s way of signaling an overload or an unmet need that requires the caregiver’s prompt attention. Crying is the only way newborn infants can tell parents about their needs.  The infant is signaling distress; however, the source of that distress may...
The Significance of the Psychological Work of the Mother

The Significance of the Psychological Work of the Mother

The Significance of the Psychological Work of the Mother Normal, expected psychological work accompanies the woman’s natural progression from pregnancy to birth.  Some of this work includes re-thinking her childhood, how she was parented, and how she wants to parent...