Often when women get pregnant they read as many pregnancy and birth related books and articles as they can find. They learn about the size of their baby, birthing positions and how to breastfeed. … And then it stops. Often when I get a client asking me about parenting they haven’t read a parenting book. When I ask why they say they are overwhelmed with the choices. Navigating the many many choices of parenting books can make you feel anxious- every book SOUNDS great on the back, it’s so hard to choose! I have helped you do some of the leg work and picked 10 of the best peaceful parenting books to date. Enjoy.
Playful Parenting. Lawrence J. Cohen Ph.D
Parenting from the Inside Out, How a Deeper Self- Understanding Can Help You Raise Children Who Thrive. Daniel J. Siegel,. M.D. and Mary Hartzell
Hold on to Your Kids: Why Parents Need To Matter More Than Peers. Gordon Neufeld, Gabor Mate
Elevating Childcare: A Guide To Respectful Parenting. Janet Lansbury
The Whole Brained Child. Daniel J Siegel
Rest Play Grow Deborah MacNamara
About the Author
Nicole Chambers has over 15 years experience working with children from age 6 weeks+. She is also a trained birth & postpartum Doula, Childbirth Educator and Placenta Encapsulation Specialist and Early Childhood Educator. When she is not working as a Doula she is a Counsellor and Parenting Group Facilitator. She’s trained in Nobody’s Perfect parenting, Hand in Hand Parenting, Expressive Play Therapy and continues to take courses on child development, trauma, birth and adolescence.