ARTICLES
Scientists Deconstruct Toddler Temper Tantrums The scientific rationale behind the RIE approach to responding to a tantrum

The RIE Educaring Approach by Julie Averil in New York Family Magazine Online

Raising Successful Children by Madeline Levine, Ph.D.

Can you be “too good” a parent? read this article and see what you think…
 

WEBSITES, BOOKS, ARTICLES AND OTHER INSPIRED RESOURCES
www.rie.org is the Resources for Infant Educarers website–visit for class information, training and conference schedules, and to order RIE books and videos

Elevating Childcare is a wonderful blog written by RIE Associate Janet Lansbury. Read the many wonderful posts about practical questions such as “Working at Home with Your Baby” and “Parenting Without Labels.”

Authentic Babies, written by RIE Associate Liz Memel, explores how RIE principles are supported by contemporary developmental theory, neurobiology and sociocultural trends. In her blog you can read heady and provocative posts such as “Humanizing Families,” “Parents of Different Stripes” and “Babies from Differing Points of View.”

For videos and books about the work of Emmi Pikler and her approach visit the Pikler/Lóczy USA website. Here you will find information about upcoming training opportunities.

www.pikler-hengstenberg.at is a German language site about Emmi Pikler and like minded gross motor development theorists Hengstenberg and Gendler. Interesting photos.

Womens Mental Health Consortium is a unique group of highly trained female mental heath providers and researchers who share a commitment to the psychiatric needs of women throughout their life cycle. Our website is a fantastic resource for locating excellent female practioners by specialty, treatment type and location. I am a proud member of this outstanding group.

BOOKS
1, 2, 3…The Toddler years for parents of toddlers, with a foreword by Magda Gerber.

Baby Knows Best: Raising a Confident and Resourceful Child, the RIE® Way, a wonderful introduction and “how to” book with practical suggestions for new parents.

The Out of Sync Child is a great book for parents of children with sensory integration disorders.

Respectful Parenting: Janet Lansbury Unruffled by Janet Lansbury on Apple Podcasts.

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