Co je to vědomé rodičovstvÝ?

od Aletha Solter, Ph.D.

viz také Principy vědomého rodičovství

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Aware Parenting is a philosophy of child rearing that has the potential to change the world. Based on current research in child development, Aware Parenting questions most traditional assumptions about raising children and proposes a new approach that can significantly improve relationships within a family. Parents who follow this approach raise children who are cooperative, compassionate, competent, nonviolent, and drug free.

Tři pilÝře vědomého rodičovství:

Rodičovství sáblÝzkým spojením sádítětem

Disciplína bez trestů

Léčba ze stresu a traumat


Aletha Solter, Ph.D. is a Swiss American developmental psychologist, international speaker, consultant, and founder of the Aware Parenting Institute. She is recognized internationally as an expert on attachment, trauma, and non-punitive discipline. The Aware Parenting approach is based on her five books: The Aware Baby, Cooperative and Connected, Tears and Tantrums, Raising Drug-Free Kids, and Attachment Play.

Four of these books have been translated into Czech and published by NakladatelstvÝ Triton: The Aware Baby (January 2014) Tears and Tantrums (May 2016), and Cooperative and Connected (October 2019), and Attachment Play (April 2021).

The Aware Baby in Czech
Moudrost raného dětství
(The Aware Baby)
Tears and Tantrums in Czech
Slzy raného dětství
(Tears and Tantrums)
Cooperative and Connectd in Czech
Bez trestů a odměn
(Cooperative and Connected)
Attachment Play in Czech
Hry šťastného dětství
(Attachment Play)

Aware Parenting in the Czech Republic
Co je to vědomé rodičovstvÝ?
Principy vědomého rodičovství


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