Sunday, December 17, 2017
Dr Ali Sadeghi
News and Events
Behavior respite is all about you
We, as parents, are wired to attend and support our children in their trajectory of development. Indeed, this is what we do all day long. We feed our kids, bathe them, dress them, talk to them, cuddle them, attend to their hygiene, engage in joyful play, take them to school, shopping sightseeing, and doctor appointments, etc. This on-going parent-child interaction is a privilege responsibility that must also occur in joy and pleasure and not obligation if we are to deliver emotionally healthy kids to our society.
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