A Child Speaks

A Long Journey Home

Author: Dee Dee Brumm

Publisher: iUniverse

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 116

View: 607

Dee Dee Brumm asks readers to hold her in their hearts as they read her memories of a childhood scarred by sexual abuse. It is a survivors story, the details unremembered until she grew to adulthood. Her story reflects the many dilemmas that a child faces, including dependency, the desire for independence, and the frustrations resulting from adult views of the child. Brumm addresses the vulnerabilities children experience and makes it clear that anger at a child can sometimes endanger that childs life. The author hopes that after reading her true story, readers will have a greater awareness of the dangers that can mar a childs life, and the unintended consequences of actions taken without love.

A Child Speaks of Love

Author: Barbara Whelan

Publisher: AuthorHouse

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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View: 702

This book, A Child Speaks of Love, is a child's version of the crucified Jesus. These priceless stations echo the voices and thoughts of children regarding forgiveness and compassion. Simple phrases, such as: Love one another as Jesus loves us,are aften repeated. Even as a child one can make a difference in our world. To appreciate these stations one must have the mind, heart, and soul of a child - A child's heart filled with innocence.

Diploma in Pre-school Practice

Author: Penny Tassoni

Publisher: Heinemann

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Category: Education, Preschool

Page: 316

View: 980

This coursebook matches the specifications of the CACHE/PLA award. It covers the three core and three option units of the award, providing everything the reader needs to prepare for work at supervisory level in a pre-school setting, playgroup or nursery.

A Child's Heart Speaks

Surviving Sexual Abuse

Author: Claire Silva

Publisher: AuthorHouse

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Category: Social Science

Page: 252

View: 901

A Child's Heart Speaks is a heart breaking and compelling true story of two children who survived severe sexual abuse from a juvenile perpetrator—their older half brother. The reader gains a true glimpse into the personality, and tactics used by juveniles and adults to manipulate children into silence. The story serves as a call to action for all adults who care about children. The author, Claire Silva also incorporates national interviews with adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Through their stories, the reader is able to understand some of the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual struggles survivors go through, and what helps survivors heal.

Helping Your Child with Selective Mutism

Practical Steps to Overcome a Fear of Speaking

Author: Angela E. McHolm

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications

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Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 184

View: 562

Often described as "social phobia's cousin" and misdiagnosed as autism, selective mutism is a debilitating fear of speaking in some situations experienced by some children. The disorder usually presents in children before the age of five, but it may not be recognized until the child starts school. When requested to speak, children with selective mutism often look down, blush, or otherwise express anxiety that disrupts their engagement with people and activities. Selective mutism is related to social anxiety and social phobia, and more than 90 percent of children with selective mutism also manifest symptoms of one of these problems. This book is the first available for parents of children with selective mutism. It offers a broad overview of the condition and reviews the diagnostic criteria for the disorder. The book details a plan you can use to coordinate professional treatment of your child's disorder. It also explains the steps you can take on your own to encourage your child to speak comfortably in school and in his or her peer group. All of the book's strategies employ a gradual, "stepladder" approach. The techniques gently encourage children to speak more, while at the same time helping them feel safe and supported. Angela E. McHolm, Ph.D., is director of the Selective Mutism Service at McMaster Children's Hospital in Hamilton, ON. The Selective Mutism Service offers outpatient psychiatric consultation to families and professionals such as school personnel, speech and language pathologists, and mental health clinicians who support children with selective mutism. She is assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences in the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University in Hamilton, ON.

Who Speaks for the Child

The Problems of Proxy Consent

Author: Willard Gaylin

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Philosophy

Page: 315

View: 651

The Child Speaks

The Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency

Author: Jacob Panken

Publisher:

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Category: Child development

Page: 345

View: 950

The Language and Thought of the Child

Author: Jean Piaget

Publisher: Psychology Press

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Category: Psychology

Page: 294

View: 397

When first published in 1923, this classic work took the psychological world by storm. Piaget's views expressed in this book, have continued to influence the world of developmental psychology to this day.

A Child Even in Arms of Stone

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Publisher: Sahitya Akademi

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Category: Children

Page: 80

View: 342

The Book Is An Anthology Of Poems On And About Children, Poems That Sing Of Love For This ýUnattainable Earthý As Milosz Puts It. In These Poems Celebrating The Ineluctable Childhood, Children Speaks Of Their Dreams And Their Aspirations As In TagoreýS Poems. The Poems Presented In This Anthology Compel Us To Sit Back And Consider Once Again As To How To Make This Planet Safe For Children And Hand It Over To Them.