A Simple Guide to Feeding Babies and Toddlers is a guide for parents and care givers. It contains information on how to feed your baby from birth to five years of age. Yuchi Yang, the author, is a registered dietitian and a mother of two children. In this book, you will find information on how to provide the best nutrition to your precious child and how to establish good eating habits and prevent common problems such as constipation, picky eating, and childhood obesity. The book is easy to read and provides you nutrition facts and practical tips that you can apply on a daily basis. In this book, you will find details on when and how to introduce baby foods. You will also learn how to increase baby food textures based on your child's developmental stages. In addition, you will find answers to most frequently asked questions such as: My child looks a little bit chubby. Should I put my child on a diet? My child is constipated. What can I do to alleviate the problem? I heard that some vegetables might have a harmful substance, i.e. nitrate. Should I make my own baby vegetables?"
This book explores how psychoanalytic principles can be applied when working with parents and toddlers in groups. Illustrated with lively observations, it discusses how these parent-toddler groups can be an effective medium for early intervention during a period which is critical for the negotiation of a child's central emotional issues.
Parents and Toddlers in Groups demonstrates the particular challenges of the toddler phase and its contribution to an individual's future development and relationships. Focusing on an approach developed by the Anna Freud Centre and comprising chapters from a range of expert contributors, topics include:
This book will be a valuable resource for practitioners wanting to reach parents and young children in community, educational and a variety of other settings. It will also appeal to child psychotherapists and psychologists working in CAMHS teams.
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