What does an international bestselling parenting book have to offer mental health practitioners and health professionals? More than you might think!
Join host Dr Monica Moore, general practitioner and psychotherapist, and Dr Paul Grinzi, general practitioner and medical educator, as they reveal their responses to and reflections on the renowned ‘No.1 practical guide’ to parenting and family life – ‘How To Talk So Kids Will Listen, and Listen So Kids Will Talk’ (1980) – by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish.
Monica and Paul reveal how they initially met each other, what they find rewarding, challenging, and fruitful about their work in general practice, and importantly, their reactions – as individuals, parents, and practitioners – to the book, and how reading it has helped them in more ways than they anticipated.
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Note: This episode of Book Club was originally released in August 2021 to the Book Club podcast show, and has since been re-released on MHPN Presents.