Raising Sound Sleepers
In Raising Sound Sleepers, Dr. Adam Blanning offers observations, research, insight, and practical advice for helping children from infants to teenagers learn skills and habits to assist healthy sleep. The discussion ranges from how parents can avoid bedtime meltdowns to the simple, natural steps caregivers can take to help children feel calm and to encourage them to fall asleep more consistently. Detailed insights will help parents and caregivers to support children in using an anthroposophic understanding of the senses—from taste, smell, and touch to balance and movement—to self-soothe, sleep, and ultimately build resilience for life.
Dr. Blanning, a family physician practicing anthroposophic medicine and a past president of the Anthroposophic Health Association, lectures and teaches internationally on topics relating to holistic medicine and the dynamics of human development, with a special interest in supporting children. He is also the author of Understanding Deeper Developmental Needs, an in-depth exploration of challenging behaviors in children.
192 pages, perfect bound
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