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The Nurtured Heart Approach

The Nurtured Heart Approach (NHA) is a parenting strategy for decreasing problematic behaviors and increasing positive behaviors in difficult children.[1] It may also be applied to couples, teachers and students.[2][3] NHA was created and developed by Howard Glasser.[4][5][6]

Further readingEdit

  1. Bravo, Lisa; Bowlidge, Joann & Glasser, Howard (2008). “Transforming the Difficult Child Workbook: An Interactive Guide to the Nurtured Heart Approach”. Nurtured Heart Publications. ISBN 0-9670507-5-8. ISBN 978-0-9670507-5-1.
  2. Easley, Jennifer & Glasser, Howard (1999). “Transforming the Difficult Child: The Nurtured Heart Approach”. Nurtured Heart Publications. ISBN 0-9670507-0-7. ISBN 978-0-9670507-0-6.
  3. Easley, Jennifer & Glasser, Howard (2008). “Transforming the Difficult Child: True Stories of Triumph”. Nurtured Heart Publications. ISBN 0-9670507-9-0. ISBN 978-0-9670507-9-9
  4. Stafford, Catherine (2009). “Nurture My Heart: Igniting the Greatness of Every Child”. www.nurturemyheart.com. ISBN 0-9842172-0-7 ISBN 978-0984217205.
  5. Stafford, Catherine (2010). “Teacher Nurture My Heart: Igniting the Greatness of Every Student”. www.nurturemyheart.com. ISBN 0-9842172-1-5. ISBN 978-0-9842172-1-2.
  6. West Pidkaminy, Wendy (2010). "Jimmy and Julia's Rain Forest Adventure: Discovering Healthy Power, Love and Sound Mind Using the Nurtured Heart Approach". nurturinglifeconcepts.com.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Easley, Jennifer & Glasser, Howard (2008). “Transforming the Difficult Child: True Stories of Triumph”. Nurtured Heart Publications. ISBN 0-9670507-9-0. ISBN 978-0-9670507-9-9
  2. ^ Taylor, Janice (2010). "Top Eight To Being Great". HuffingtonPost.com Inc. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/janice-taylor/you-are-oprah-top-eight-t_b_209633.html
  3. ^ "Peterson, Christopher & Seligman, Martin (2004). "Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification" Oxford University Press: USA.
  4. ^ Genesis of The Nurtured Heart Approach
  5. ^ Berge, Angela (2009). "Transforming the Difficult Child: The Nurtured Heart Approach". North Dakota State University: Fargo, ND. http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/impactreports/reports/2010-reports/10area-berge2-hdfs.pdf
  6. ^ Dabhi, Jaishila. "University of Central Lancashire to Deliver Nurtured Heart Approach Workshop". Perpetual Care: Bolton, Lancashire. www.perpetualcare.co.uk. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/153347.php