Publishers Weekly, 8/1/11
“Readers seeking a comprehensive approach to child-rearing will welcome this thoughtful book.”
Kirkus Review, 9/15/11
“Would be especially useful for new parents in search of holistic guidance. A panoply of hypothetical situations offering broad-based solutions.”
Bookviews, September 2011
“The book looks at various ages and stages of development, imparting excellent advice that will make the job of parenting much easier.”
San Francisco Book Review, 10/5/11
“Gold supports her recommendations using easy-to-understand situations, examples and solutions gathered from her interactions with her clients and referring to current research in child development.”
“Rather than have a parenting book for each individual phase, Dr. Gold provides a single resource that can be applied to all stages…Worth your time!”
If you want some ideas about how to see the world from your children's eyes, this book can help pave the way.
This is well written, grounded in recent research and theory, and offers support to parents in way that is accessible and hands-on.
It is also a humane book, for it empowers both parent and child in a manner that helps both to become complete functional adults.
Keeping Your Child in Mind was a practical lay person's guide to understanding parenting and the importance of family dynamics. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Rebecca Tillinghast
Dr. Gold, a pediatrician and mother of two. understands the importance of listening and understanding and the damage that is being done by excessive use of medication. Read morePublished 1 month ago by henry meininger
I love this book. I recommend it all the time to my audiences. What it really tells us about is the physiological need that human beings have to be heard. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Suzanne Zeedyk
Claudia offers excellent perspectives and advice for both new and experienced parents. I include a copy of this book in every baby gift I give to parents, and I recommend it to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ann P. McMahon
I wish I had read this book when my first child was born. My first few years with him would have been much different. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Melanie S Scholten
Keeping Your Child In Mind is a book for parents that offers a perspective that is respectful of both the parent and child, and of the relationship between them. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jennifer Brown Guiney
Excellent book. Thought provoking and interdisciplinary in approach to the complexities of parenthood and childhood.Published 2 months ago by Richard E Honigman