IJBPE

Vol 2 Issue 4 Contents

 

CONTENTS

 1  CONTENTS
 3  GUEST EDITORIALS
  Frank Field - The Importance of children having fun at home
22
THE NEWS IN QUESTION
  Bridget Supple
12 INBOX
 

THE UNBORN BABY

3 Education for calm pregnancy
Mary Nolan, Professor of Perinatal Education, University of Worcester; Editor-in-Chief, IJBPE
 

BECOMING PARENTS

7 Understanding and responding to excessive crying
Sally Hogg, Development Manager, NSPCC; Vice Chair, Maternal Mental Health Alliance, UK
13 Controlled Crying: What parents need to know
Penelope Leach, Psychologist
 

BOOK PAGE

35 Finding Your Way with Your Baby
By Dilys Daws and Alexandra de Rementaria
 

SOCIAL WORLD AROUND THE BABY

25 Supporting the development of emotion regulation in young children: The important role of the parent-child attachment relationship
Shauna L. Tominey, Associate Research Scientist, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, USA
Svea G. Olsen, Research Assistant, Yale University, USA
Megan M. McClelland, Katherine E. Smith Endowed Professor in Child Development, Oregon State University, USA
 

PARENT EDUCATION PROGRAMME

29 ‘Coping with Crying’: An innovative new programme to support positive parenting and prevent child abuse
Peter Richards, NSPCC ‘Coping with Crying’ Implementation Manager
With colleagues: Camilla Sanger, Carlos De Sousa and Sally Hogg
33 Family Links - Good practice: supporting and empowering parents
Gail Allan, Family Links Business Development Manager
 

OTHER

18 Practice Around the World
Baby Sign Workshop
Vannesa T. Mueller, Assistant Professor, Speech-Language Program, University of Texas, El Paso
19 Practice Around the World
A psychodynamic approach to working with pregnant teenagers and young parents
Henrietta Otley, Young Parents’ Midwife; Family Nurse, Swindon, UK
24 FOCUS ON ORGANISATIONS
Relate
36 Obituaries
Sheila Kitzinger
Andrea Robertson
40 Teaching Activity 1
40 Teaching Activity 2

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