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Moving With Pleasure from the Beginning
The Importance of Observation in Early Childhood
By Dr. Agnes Szanto-Feder
"This book will allow the reader to see infants and young children through a lens of competence. Because of this singular approach, youngsters are not coerced or forced to be - or to become - anyone other than who they truly are. This, in a nutshell, is the core Piklerian philosophy, something that is so very simple yet also undeniably deep. Ágnes's acute observational skills guide the reader to understand at a much greater level, what freedom and autonomy actually means for an infant." - Elsa Chahin President & CEO Pikler/Lóczy USA
Dr. Szanto-Feder had very early contact with Dr. Emmi Pikler, since Dr. Pikler was the family pediatrician when she was born. With a Master’s Degree and Doctorate in Psychology in the research of the psychomotor development of young children, Dr. Szanto-Feder worked in France since 1973, first as a psychologist in a nursery, later as Professor of Early Childhood at universities in France, Belgium, Italy, and Argentina. Dr. Szanto-Feder is a founding member and Vice-President of the Pikler-Lóczy Association of France and of the International Pikler Association, as well as serving on the board of directors of Pikler/ Lóczy USA and is an international keynote speaker.
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