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Parenting by Loredana Benedetto,Massimo Ingrassia Book Resume:

Through parenting, adults raise their children and introduce them into the belonging community. Parents are active determinants of their children’s well-being, but children themselves are too. The volume focuses on some relevant theoretical issues related to children’s and adolescent adjustments, adult maternal and paternal behaviors, and their self-efficacy beliefs and competence interacting with children’s characteristics. The volume also presents evidence-based treatments involving parents as key components of the intervention strategies for childhood internalizing/externalizing disorders. Parent behaviors produce changes and consequences in the child’s emotive-behavioral adjustment; thus, a modification of the parenting style may be an effective way to help children and to ameliorate the family climate. Practitioners interested in parenting will find in the updated studies here reviewed new suggestions for preventive family interventions.

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Parenting by Raphaële Miljkovitch,François Poisson Book Resume:

Nombreux sont les parents qui s’interrogent sur la bonne manière d’élever leur enfant. Il est parfois difficile pour eux de savoir ce qu’il faut faire, qui écouter, ou de comprendre pourquoi ils n’y arrivent pas... Dans ce livre, Raphaële Miljkovitch et François Poisson proposent une approche novatrice qui consiste à analyser les multiples facteurs qui empêchent les parents de se sentir compétents et légitimes dans leur rôle éducatif. À partir de cas concrets, ils décryptent les mécanismes à l’œuvre dans les familles, afin de permettre à tous les parents de reprendre les rênes et de s’épanouir dans leur relation avec leur enfant. Pour une éducation choisie, libérée des pressions plus ou moins conscientes qui pèsent sur le parent et l’entravent dans son parenting ! Raphaële Miljkovitch est psychologue, thérapeute familiale et professeure des universités. Elle a écrit de nombreux ouvrages sur l’attachement et le couple, ainsi que sur le développement de l’enfant. François Poisson, psychopédagogue et ancien directeur d’établissements scolaires, a une longue expérience des adolescents et de leurs parents. Il est cofondateur du Centre de conseil en éducation et scolarité (CCES) avec Raphaële Miljkovitch.

Le Slow parenting

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Le Slow parenting by Malvina Girard Book Resume:

Le courant du « slow parenting » vient d'outre-Atlantique. Son but est d'aider les parents à se recentrer sur leur relation avec leurs enfants. Car il faut bien se l'avouer, tout va trop vite : les semaines, mois et années filent à la vitesse de la lumière, avec des emplois du temps surchargés. Résultat : les enfants sont stressés, ne savent plus prendre d'initiative et ont tendance à ne plus savoir rester concentrés. Malvina Girard livre ici son expérience en partant du constat du mal-être qu'elle observe de manière récurrente chez les enfants, les adolescents et leurs parents. Zoom sur le système nerveux pour apprendre à écouter les message du corps et repérer son rythme biologique. Tous les conseils pour comprendre son enfant, l'aider à forger sa personnalité, et lui proposer un quotidien serein. Des exercices de mise en pratique pour ralentir et apprendre à vivre ensemble: respiration, relaxation, méditation, visualisation, expression des émotions... Des exemples d'activités parents-enfants à faire régulièrement, pour mieux vivre ensemble. Des conseils simples à mettre en pratique, pour ralentir notre rythme effréné et offrir à nos enfants une vraie chance de se découvrir, de se réaliser et de se préparer à leur avenir.

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Parenting by Susan Golombok Book Resume:

Parenting: What Really Counts? examines the scientific evidence on what really matters for children's healthy psychological development. The first section considers whether it is necessary to have two parents, a father present, parents who have a genetic link with their child, or parents who are heterosexual. Section two explores the psychological processes that underlie optimal development for children, particularly the quality of the child's relationship with parents, other family members and the wider social world. Contrary to common assumptions, Susan Golombok concludes that family structure makes little difference to children's day-to-day experiences of life. As well as for students, researchers and teachers, Parenting: What really counts? will be of great interest to parents and those thinking of embarking on a non-traditional route to parenthood. It will also be welcomed by professionals working with families and those involved in the development of family policy.

Parenting Assessments in Child Welfare Cases

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Parenting Assessments in Child Welfare Cases by Terry D. Pezzot-Pearce,John W. Pearce Book Resume:

Perry Pezzot-Pearce and John Pearce guide practitioners through the steps of assessment, from negotiating the initial referral, through data collection and report writing to court testimony.

Parenting From the Inside Out

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Parenting From the Inside Out by Daniel J. Siegel MD,Mary Hartzell Book Resume:

How many parents have found themselves thinking: I can't believe I just said to my child the very thing my parents used to say to me! Am I just destined to repeat the mistakes of my parents? In Parenting from the Inside Out, child psychiatrist Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and early childhood expert Mary Hartzell, M.Ed., explore the extent to which our childhood experiences actually do shape the way we parent. Drawing upon stunning new findings in neurobiology and attachment research, they explain how interpersonal relationships directly impact the development of the brain, and offer parents a step-by-step approach to forming a deeper understanding of their own life stories, which will help them raise compassionate and resilient children. Born out of a series of parents' workshops that combined Siegel's cutting-edge research on how communication impacts brain development with Hartzell's thirty years of experience as a child-development specialist and parent educator, Parenting from the Inside Out guides parents through creating the necessary foundations for loving and secure relationships with their children.

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Parenting by Tom Luster,Lynn Okagaki Book Resume:

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Parenting by Bill Hybels,Kevin & Sherry Harney Book Resume:

How do you hand the tough challenges of parenting?Parenting. Nothing gives us more joy—or greater challenges. “How do I balance my work and family time? What’s the best way to handle my teenager's attitude? Can I do a better job of raising my kids?”Parenting helps you and your groups tackle the thorny issues parents face today. Each session covers a topic that's key to effective parenting, from raising well-balanced kids to overcoming the mistakes you make along the way. This practical, hands-on discussion guide helps you create a home where children can thrive. You'll develop confidence and competence in your God-entrusted role as a parent and enjoy watching your kids grow into vibrant, godly adults.Interactions—a powerful and challenging tool for building deep relationships between you and your group members, and you and God. Interactions is far more than another group Bible study. It's a cutting-edge series designed to help small group participants develop into fully devoted followers of Christ.

Creating Effective Parenting Plans

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Creating Effective Parenting Plans by John Hartson,Brenda Payne Book Resume:

According to these pediatric psychologists, the best interest of the child calls for a developmentally appropriate parenting plan-that is, custody that accurately reflects the child's physical and psychological development. Even now this concept often faces courtroom challenges as it can conflict with the traditional lawyer-client relationship. This book explores developing alternate parenting schedules (or custody) with the child's best interest and developmental needs considered first.

Asian American Parenting and Parent-Adolescent Relationships

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Asian American Parenting and Parent-Adolescent Relationships by Stephen T. Russell,Lisa J. Crockett,Ruth K. Chao Book Resume:

The relationships between children and their parents are the building blocks for f- ily relationships throughout life. The nature of the parent-child relationship begins with parenting—the practices and strategies that parents engage in as they raise their children. Parenting during childhood sets the stage for parent-adolescent relati- ships. These relationships make a critical difference during the teenage years: we know that when parent-adolescent relationships are healthy and strong, adolescents are more likely to have high aspirations and achievement, and to make healthier choices when it comes to risk-taking. Most of the research in this ?eld has been based in the United States and has been conducted through studies of European American families. Yet a growing body of research suggests important ethnic differences in styles of parenting and the qua- ties characterizing the parent-adolescent relationship. In this area of research, most existing studies have examined ethnic and cultural group differences using widely accepted measures and concepts of parenting. Comparative studies assume that dimensions of parenting such as parental warmth or control have the same meaning across cultures; however, given that conceptualizations of adolescent-parent re- tionships have been developed and tested on samples comprised largely of European Americans, we cannot rule out the possibility that the way we understand parenting has been shaped by the predominantly Western- and U. S. -focused research in this ?eld.

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Parenting by Richard Patterson Jr. Book Resume:

In this nine-session LifeGuide® Bible Study, Richard Patterson Jr. helps you study the qualities of parenting and the practice of Christian parenting. He addresses nine parenting challenges that point us directly to time-tested truth from Scripture that helps us raise our children with wisdom and joy.

Joint Custody and Shared Parenting

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Joint Custody and Shared Parenting by Jay Folberg Book Resume:

Twenty years ago, joint custody was considered a questionable parenting arrangement when a marriage dissolved. Now, with shared responsibility by both parents having become a widely accepted alternative, the debate has shifted toward examining what circumstances make it workable and the extent to which responsibility should be shared. The first edition of JOINT CUSTODY AND SHARED PARENTING, published in 1984, set the agenda for law reform and research on the effects of joint custody. The initial volume reported on preliminary data from the small research samples then available and surveyed existing law. Benefiting from the studies that have been conducted since then and from new legal developments, this second edition--completely revised and updated to encompass the wealth of new research, literature, and law--represents the collective knowledge of child developmental experts, therapists, mediators, researchers, economists, and lawyers. Part I provides an overview of the history of child custody and considerations for and against. Part II, focussing on the factors that influence the choice of joint custody, discusses when it is most likely to succeed, obstacles that can impede its acceptance, and how a workable parenting plan can be structured. Also examined are related concerns such as female dependency, inequality, and economic considerations. Part III reports the results of research on the effects of joint custody for both children and their parents. Chapters examine findings on co-parenting two years after divorce, compare joint custody with maternal and paternal sole custody arrangements, and discuss the effects of custody arrangements on preschool children, child support payments, and ongoing post-divorce conflict. In Part IV, chapters explore trends in the law, judicial preference for one type of child arrangement over another, and the effect of joint custody on Aid For Dependent Children eligibility. Also included is discussion of California's joint-custody statute and Canada's legal perspective. The book concludes with two helpful appendices: a state-by-state chart of all statutory enactments and key cases on joint custody and shared parenting; and a sample joint-custody agreement with alternative provisions to suit different circumstances. There is also an extensive bibliography. Shedding light in an accessible format on the myriad issues, questions, law, and research findings that surround the topic today, JOINT CUSTODY AND SHARED PARENTING is a timely, invaluable resource for professionals who help parents make decisions about child-care arrangements when a marriage ends.

Handbook of Parenting

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Handbook of Parenting by Masud S Hoghughi,Nicholas Long,Nicholas James Long Book Resume:

A single-volume textualization of the growing level of interest in research, educational and professional activity within the broadly defined field of parenting.

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Parenting by Fernando Garcia Book Resume:

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Studies in the Assessment of Parenting

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Studies in the Assessment of Parenting by Peter Reder,Sylvia Duncan,Clare Lucey Book Resume:

This book brings together acknowledged experts who consider difficult questions that can arise during family proceedings, and respond with practical approaches for dealing with these demanding and complex issues. It will inform Practitioners involved in day-to-day child protection work to enhance the safety and well-being of children within their families.

Teen Pregnancy and Parenting

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Teen Pregnancy and Parenting by David Checkland,James Wong Book Resume:

Nine original essays explore the many factors affecting how Canadian society responds to, and creates, the phenomenon of teen parenting. A challenges to assumptions about the circumstances, consequences and experience of teen parenting.

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Parenting by George W. Holden Book Resume:

In contrast to the traditional and unidirectional views of parenting, this text conveys a dynamic view of parenting whereby children affect parents just as much as parents affect children. At the same time, the book is parent-centered, with an emphasis on such questions as why parents behave the way they do, rather than taking a child-centered approach (e.g., how parents provide a context for development). In doing so, the text reflects a multi-level ecological approach to childrearing. Rather than viewing parenting as monolithic and static (such as embodied in a "parenting style"), a more complex view is articulated. The focus is on processes inherent in parenting (e.g., attachment, child effects, the role of stress) that may contribute to both stability and change in child rearing. Parents' change is recognized--across situations, domain of interaction, children, and time. Although written from a psychological perspective, views from other disciplines - including sociology, criminology, anthropology, and pediatrics - are also discussed where appropriate. Research is presented in a way that is accessible and interesting but also accurate and intellectually rich.

Parenting and Theory of Mind

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Parenting and Theory of Mind by Scott A. Miller Book Resume:

Parenting and Theory of Mind represents the conjunction of two major research literatures in child psychology. One is longstanding. The question of how best to rear children has been a central topic for psychology ever since psychology began to develop as a science. The other research literature is a good deal younger, though quickly expanding. Theory of mind (ToM) has to do with understanding of the mental world-what people (children in particular) know or think about mental phenomena such as beliefs, desires, and emotions. An important question that research on TOM addresses is where do children's ToM abilities come from? In particular, how do children's experiences shape their development? If we know the formative experiences that underlie ToM, then we may be able to optimize this important aspect of development for all children. The last 15 or so years have seen a rapid expansion of the literature on the social contributors to ToM, including hundreds of studies directed to various aspects of parenting. These studies have made clear that parents can be important contributors to what their children understand about the mental world. This is the first book to comprehensively bring together the literature on ToM and parenting, summarizing what we know about how parenting contributes to one of the most important outcomes in cognitive development and outlining future directions for research in this growing area.

Parenting Out of Control

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Parenting Out of Control by Margaret K. Nelson Book Resume:

They go by many names: helicopter parents, hovercrafts, PFHs (Parents from Hell). The news media is filled with stories of well-intentioned parents going to ridiculous extremes to remove all obstacles from their child’s path to greatness . . . or at least to an ivy league school. From cradle to college, they remain intimately enmeshed in their children’s lives, stifling their development and creating infantilized, spoiled, immature adults unprepared to make the decisions necessary for the real world. Or so the story goes. Drawing on a wealth of eye-opening interviews with parents across the country, Margaret K. Nelson cuts through the stereotypes and hyperbole to examine the realities of what she terms “parenting out of control.” Situating this phenomenon within a broad sociological context, she finds several striking explanations for why today’s prosperous and well-educated parents are unable to set realistic boundaries when it comes to raising their children. Analyzing the goals and aspirations parents have for their children as well as the strategies they use to reach them, Nelson discovers fundamental differences among American parenting styles that expose class fault lines, both within the elite and between the elite and the middle and working classes. Nelson goes on to explore the new ways technology shapes modern parenting. From baby monitors to cell phones (often referred to as the world’s longest umbilical cord), to social networking sites, and even GPS devices, parents have more tools at their disposal than ever before to communicate with, supervise, and even spy on their children. These play important and often surprising roles in the phenomenon of parenting out of control. Yet the technologies parents choose, and those they refuse to use, often seem counterintuitive. Nelson shows that these choices make sense when viewed in the light of class expectations. Today’s parents are faced with unprecedented opportunities and dangers for their children, and are evolving novel strategies to adapt to these changes. Nelson’s lucid and insightful work provides an authoritative examination of what happens when these new strategies go too far.