The Nurtured Heart Approach has been found to support optimal learning and social-emotional development in every child. Whether you are new to the Nurtured Heart Approach or have already been using this groundbreaking method, this workbook will inspire you to notch it up to take your application of this approach to whatever level necessary for transformation. Its experiential exercises introduce the most recent developments in this innovative approach, which was initially developed to transform difficult children in classrooms and at home.
This book is about really 'difficult' children and how, through the Nurtured Heart Approach of Howard Glasser and Jennifer Easley, their lives and the lives of those who care about them can be transformed for the better. Already a major bestseller in the USA, this book offers parents and carers a new way of helping their intense child change and succeed. The Nurtured Heart Approach is about strategically creating actual experiences of success for children within the context of their activities and their relationships. The Approach is constructed in... More info
The Nurtured Heart Approach awakens children to their greatness. It motivates and uplifts children through appreciation and recognition, giving voice to the value and beauty each child possesses. When children feel cherished this way, their Inner Wealth grows, and they are inspired to use their intensity in positive ways. A collection of prose reflecting your greatness, consisting of one positive message after another written in a lyrical flow that speaks to the heart. More info
Nurture My Heart is intended for any parent or adult who desires a powerful yet simple formula for growing greatness in children. It is a formula for creating a family or classroom culture based on genuine success and positive relationship. Nurture My Heart is a story and summary of Howard Glasser's Nurtured Heart Approach, presented in a way that provides a tool to introduce the approach to children and a concise explanation of the basics of the approach. Why not start with success? Conventional parenting relies on our cultural... More info