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In this cutting-edge book, therapist, parent, and visionary Dr. Dawn Menken introduces a fresh approach to the joy and wonder of the world of parenting. Going beyond the conventional how to book, this is the ultimate guide to nurturing the emotional, spiritual, and social lives of children, helping parents create a more meaningful relationship with their children by supporting their deepest nature. Loaded with practical tips, inspiring examples, and her own intimate stories, Menken uses the principles of process-oriented psychology to help parents, caretakers, and educators navigate the complex waters of conflict, power dynamics, diversity, and other social challenges, offering groundbreaking insights and techniques to tackle the burgeoning problem of bullying. Menken goes on to address typical challenges of the parenting relationship, parents own personal growth, and the call to parent t only our children, but also the planet, and ultimately ourselves.
Dawn Menken, PhD, is a teacher, psychotherapist, and conflict facilitator. She is a certified process worker and is one of the founding members of the Process Work Institutes in both Portland and Zurich, Switzerland. Arnold Mindell, PhD, is known for his development of the dreambody and process work. He is the author of 21 booksin 27 languages, including ProcessMind, The Shaman s Body, and Sitting in the Fire. They both live in Portland, Oregon.