Understanding Deeper Developmental Needs
Enlivening our observations skills allows us to see consistent behavioral patterns and dynamics that show up in children’s movement, learning, sensing, and memory. The gestures with which a child moves, listens, eats, or sleeps help tell the child’s story.
Teachers, counselors, and medical doctors will find tools here for enriching their work with children. Constitutional pictures are accompanied by diverse therapeutic indications that will encourage children to unfold new growth and maturation, from the inside out.
Adam Blanning, MD, founded the Denver Center for Anthroposophic Therapies in 2003. Dr. Blanning participates extensively in the ongoing work of various organizations promoting anthroposophic medicine, healthy child development, and early childhood therapeutic education, works as an educational and developmental consultant at Waldorf schools in Denver and Boulder, and has lectured on anthroposophical medicine and child development throughout the U.S. and Canada.
|Author:||Adam Blanning, MD|