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Getting ready for school – Pennie Brownlee

http://penniebrownlee.weebly.com/uploads/1/0/4/3/10437917/getting_ready_for_school_2.pdf Sensitive, intelligent,¬†useful piece on an important theme…. what is early schooling most usefully¬†about, if it is to serve our children both in their childhoods and their lives as adults? We don’t work with under 18s at this service. We … Continue reading

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The Heart-Brain Connection: The Neuroscience of Social, Emotional Learning: Richard Davidson

This is not a directly person-centred take on the subject – but that’s just about viewpoint. The content is massively relevant for any therapist (or anyone interested in how we heal, learn, grow and change). This takes you directly to … Continue reading

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