From her appearances on Oprah to her role as a mother, professor, and counselor, Tian Dayton helps us to see the importance of the mother-child relationship. But how do children actually learn to articulate their emotional needs? Dr. Dayton offers...
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From her appearances on Oprah to her role as a mother, professor, and counselor, Tian Dayton helps us to see the importance of the mother-child relationship. But how do children actually learn to articulate their emotional needs? Dr. Dayton offers a remarkable solution, showing how mothers can guide their children to emotional literacy in order to find their true selves, express creativity, and lead productive lives.
Mothers will never have a job more important than raising our children to be healthy and spiritually alive. But how do we nurture our children's emotions the way we nurture their intellects? In this tender and wise book, Dr. Tian Dayton--familiar to millions of readers from her appearances on Montel, Geraldo, John Walsh, MSNBC, NBC, and CNN--discusses the latest techniques for nourishing sound emotional development in our children. By weaving together everyday experiences and easy to understand explanations of scientific research, Dr. Dayton highlights the importance of personal authenticity. Children become strong and develop confidence when they can say what they feel and feel what they say. Dayton helps mothers take up the opportunity to heal their own childhood issues and grow emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually.
Tian Dayton, Ph.D., is the Director of Program Development for Breathe Life Healing Centers. She is widely recognized as the leading expert in advancing experiential methods for use in the treatment of trauma, addiction, and codependency issues. Dr. Dayton is the author of 15 books including The ACoA Trauma Syndrome and Forgiving and Moving On. She is a renowned speaker, the director of The New York Psychodrama Training Institute, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy and the recipient of The Mona Mansell Award and The Ackermann Black Award. Visit he