Birth's Hidden Legacy: Vol 1
How Surprising Beliefs From Infancy Limit Successful Child and Adult Behavior
A must have manual for therapists, as well as a practical reference for parents and adults. Helps you to:
Birth's Hidden Legacy: Vol 2
Treat Earliest Origins of Shock and Attachment Trauma in
Adults, Children, and Infants
Ebook: Aquatic Therapy and Body-Mind Centering
Massage and Manual Therapists love working in warm water.
This leading edge book is filled with interventions, skills for solid footwork and floating clients, plus the relational mind set to support perinatal attachment work in warm water.
Annie has over 15 years of treating clients in warm water (infants to adults) and can attest to how healing warm water sessions are. They go deep into the bodymind & support changes for clients of all ages.
The Developing Infant
A guide to Infant Health and Well Being
Increase your skills, be more present, and help babies release distress patterns. Use developmental movement to support infant brain and bodymind learning.
From Conception To Crawling
A valuable tool for movement educators, parents, therapists, dancers and athletes!~ Also for brain injury repair.
Writing Is Clear, With Useful Illustrations And Pictures From Conception to Crawling is a must gift for new parents! A wonderful gift to all of us who are interested in re-patterning imprinting from early trauma. “The concepts and exercises she presents are readily available and tremendously useful.” – Raymond Castellino, D.C., R.P.P.
Contact Improvisation & Body-Mind Centering;
A Manual for Teaching & Learning Movement
In this manual for both teaching and learning contact movement skills, readers learn to find creative approaches to awakening the body. Playful exercises for solos, pairs, and groups of dancers offer the physical support that allows emotional distress to sequence out of the body. Dancers learn to enhance their own sense of flow through the movement of an improvisational mind.
Ebook: The Adoptive Parents Handbook
Don't let adoption destroy your marriage, existing family, or your sanity.
Deal with the inconsistency and fear that ives inside the adopted child's psyche.
Adopted Child Behaviors can be Challenging, Inconsistent, and Hurtful
Do you find yourself struggling as an adoptive parent? Are you tired of feeling isolated and discouraged? We know how much you love your adopted child and understand how painful it can be when they direct their inner hurt towards you. Adopted children can unintentionally channel their past pain, fear, and uncertainty via aggressive or inappropriate behavior. Remember, it’s always okay to ask for help!
The Brook Institute’s Adoptive Parents Handbook is a great resource to help you understand your child’s perspective and provides tips, tools, and guides for how to navigate challenging situations. Based on years of Annie’s groundbreaking therapy sessions with adoptive families, this eBook contains real-world practical applications that produces visible and lasting results.
Learn To recognize and interrupt the cycle of adoption frustration and despair today!
Ebook: Attachment Therapy, a body-mind perspective
If you are supporting clients with intimacy or family issues, this book (ePub format) is a must read. It adds to your expertise when you look developmentally at the body mind influence on thoughts and behavior choices in intimacy and connection.
Here's the how to's in what you'll discover:
How to... identify and repattern early filters regarding safety and connection
Filters become shaped by experiences recorded in the bodymind
Unmet early needs create need shock, and the tools to identify and interrupt "need shock"
The neurobiology of attachment and "double bind thinking"
Tools for treatment, and methods that heal attachment wounds from the inside out
Plus 2 case studies of how these theories and methods work in real-life clinical practice.
My clinical practice experience spans over 3 decades. I've worked with adults, children, infants, couples, and children and adults who have been adopted. There is always a story beneath the behavior, and when you can recognize, listen, and repair the tissue level of early memory, you succeed in helping someone make lasting changes in behavior.
Wouldn't you want that for all your clients?