Best Relationship with your Child DVD series

One of the things that parents strive for is the best for their children.  Parenting is one of the toughest jobs (if not the toughest) and sometimes trying to have the best relationship with your child can be difficult.  There are an array of different factors that can play a part in making your relationship difficult from a clash of personalities to a lack of knowledge on how to do the best for your child.  

Dr. Margot Sunderland, a highly respected child psychologist and psychotherapist, Director of Education and Training at the Centre for Child Mental Health, and author of best-selling and critically acclaimed parenting book ‘The Science of Parenting’. She has just released a series of 3 DVDs entitled Best Relationship with your Child, covering childhood from 0-12. The DVDs discuss the science behind childhood brain development and the benefits of play and games with parent-child bonding. Packed full of new games to play with your child, even the busiest of parents can find useful tips to take from this and fit in moments of connections on even the busiest and stressful days.

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Best Relationship with Your Child: The First Five Years

Best Relationship with your Child - The First Five YearsThis film, entirely backed by brain science, is designed to support your relationship with your baby, toddler and ‘under fives’ child in amazing ways. It covers key ways of communicating with your baby and child: what to say and how to be, to ensure the finest attunement and best possible connection for both language development and long-term emotional health. Using footage of many actual parents with their infants, there is a delightful demonstration of a wealth of relational games for you to play with your infant. There are sections on parent-baby and parent-child attachment play and physical play, vital for IQ and EQ and designed to develop social skills for life.

Best Relationship with Your Child: Creative Quality Time (for babies and children up to the age eight)

Best Relationship with your Child - Creative Quality TimeWith all the pressures of modern-day parenting, quality time with your baby or child has never been more precious. Many parents want something deeper and more significant than the usual going to the park, the playgroup or watching TV together. This film will offer that. It’s packed with ideas for together times to strengthen your relationship in enduring ways, offering the richest shared experiences. The creative activities for quality time are designed to transport you together into the world of sensation, imagination, wonder, delight and shared laughter. Using the latest brain science research, and featuring footage of the loveliest parent-child connections, this film aims not only to enrich your relationship now but to create memories for life.

Best Relationship with Your Child: Age five to twelve

Best Relationship with your Child - Age Five to TwelveIn middle childhood, many parents feel disheartened and de-skilled about maintaining regular quality time with their child. The increased independence, the allure of technology, hobbies, and time spent with peers can be so strong. So this film is designed to empower and inspire parents and professionals to engage their five to twelve-year-olds in attachment play and relational games that deepen bonding and strengthen their relationships in amazing ways.   Through a wealth of delightful footage, parents and professionals will gain a fabulous resource of practical ideas to make the time spent with their five to twelve-year-olds, fun, engaging and deeply rewarding.

The Best Relationship with your Child DVDs is available to buy from www.childmentalhealthcentre.org and Amazon

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