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by Caroline Archer


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First Steps looks at adoption of what are described as "tiddlers and toddlers", dealing with everything from building a relationship to dealing with, say, the challenges of insecure attachment. For parents who adopt babies this book will be helpful.

First Steps looks at adoption of what are described as "tiddlers and toddlers", dealing with everything from building a relationship to dealing with, say, the challenges of insecure attachment. It uses popular psychology to make sense of child development theory and intersperses this with practical exercises. These look at life story work, contact with birth families, eating patterns, sleep and the over-riding importance of play

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Caroline Archer is a real adoptive pa & excellent book looks at the attachment and development of very young children in the fostering and adoption situation. Published August 1st 1999 by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Be the first to ask a question about First Steps in Parenting the Child who Hurts. Non-Fiction Books about Adoption/Foster Care.

I have found Tykes and Teens so supportive in my work with children who hurt and their foster or adoptive families that I am recommending it to parents and colleagues alike. I also recommend it to all NAPOT members who are involved in this field. This book follows on logically from the First Steps book and continues the challenging journey through childhood and into adolescenc. n essence this is a book about love, and the ability to express it towards the adopted child, despite persistent and often extreme tests of that love.

excellent book looks at the attachment and development of very young children in the fostering and adoption situation

excellent book looks at the attachment and development of very young children in the fostering and adoption situation.

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Home Browse Books Book details, First Steps in Parenting the Child Who Hurts:. First Steps in Parenting the Child Who Hurts: Tiddlers and Toddlers. An adopted child may well have suffered abuse, neglect or inconsistent parenting in the past; he or she will certainly have experienced painful separations and losses. Archer sets out to provide adoptive and foster parents with an understanding of the complex range of difficulties with which their children may struggle as a result of their early experience of adversity.

This text approaches attachment and developmental issues arising when the child is in your care. It offers practical, sensitive guidance through the dark areas of separation, loss and trauma in early childhood. It reassures that no problem faced as a result of the child's early experiences is insignificant or undeserving of a solution. Neither is the reader patronized by assumptions that some matters should already be common knowledge. It sets out purposefully to encourage confidence and thereby to enable enjoyment of the young life in your care.

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Parenting the Child Who Hurts : The First Steps. This excellent book looks at the attachment and development of very young children in the fostering and adoption situation.

Who Hurts (Zweite Auflage) von Caroline Archer It reassures that no problem faced as a result of the child's early experiences is insignificant or undeserving of a solution.

Informationen zum Titel First Steps in Parenting the Child Who Hurts (Zweite Auflage) von Caroline Archer It reassures that no problem faced as a result of the child's early experiences is insignificant or undeserving of a solution.

`This excellent book looks at the attachment and development of very young children in the fostering and adoption situation. It deals sensitively and practically with the young child's "hurts" to help adopters and foster carers understand and cope with the many traumas they may experience in integrating a young child into their family. Caroline Archer is a real adoptive parent speaking from experience so this book provides good, practical advice and encouragement for the mothering figure when things are not following the normal attachment and development patterns… This highly readable book is highly recommended for everyone fostering or adopting very young children.'

- Adoption and Fostering

`Written by an adoptive parent [this book aims] to give practical advice and parenting tips to other adoptive and long-term foster parents. The author's basic premise is that all children who have been adopted or placed in long-term care have undergone some form of psychological hurt. She argues that while some children will be more resilient to this hurt than others, many children will need their hurt to be acknowledged by their parents/carers, and be allowed to grieve for their losses in order to move forward to a life of greater well-being and fulfilment. [The book begins] by exploring such issues as bringing a child home, child development and what to do when things "don't seem quite right". Other issues covered are the effects of trauma on a child, and how to handle specific difficulties that may arise with an adopted child. [It is] written in a clear easy-to-read format, and contain[s] a list of references for further reading.'

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First Steps in Parenting the Child who Hurts: Tiddlers and Toddlers Second Edition download epub
Adoption
Author: Caroline Archer
ISBN: 1853028010
Category: Parenting & Relationships
Subcategory: Adoption
Language: English
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers; 2 edition (August 1, 1999)
Pages: 128 pages