Pikler and Gerber Theories in Practice

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Implementing Pikler and Gerber Theories. By Helen Stewart-MacKenzie (with Arwen Hann).   Concepts such as ‘self-soothing’ (allowing babies to settle by themselves) and leaving babies to develop in their own time rather than pushing them to meet milestones cause much debate […]
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