Understanding Adoption and Power Struggles
Are power struggles causing roadblocks in your relationship with your adopted children? The Brook Institute recognizes and deeply respects the amazing heart and stamina of adoptive parents. We are dedicated to helping families get real results and find relief so they can enjoy the family they work so hard to create.This free download and coupon is our way of saying thanks for everything you do! Receive a 10% discount on other products when you download the article, use the coupon code found in the article at check-out.
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Additional Resources from The Brook Institute
Annie loves sharing resources, and has created easy to use books, DVD, and audio that contain tools for helping your child, your family, and yourself.
1. From Conception to Crawling (book and/or DVD)
The primitive brain re-learns through movement. The “alphabet of movement” known as the “primitive reflexes” can really help change the brain in order to change behavior. This book has useful practices that can re-pattern your child’s brain.
Learning how to listen beneath behavior can help you become less frustrated and help your child become more cooperative. Often their disruptive controlling behaviors are masking deep-seated fears about self-worth and safety in relationship. Listening beneath behavior gives you more resilience and options for creating change.
This gives an in-depth understanding of how birth can influence your child. As an adoptive parent, you might not know much about your child’s birth. However, knowing how birth influences thinking, and some useful interventions found in volume 2 can help you! Watch your child’s behavior and compare it to the model of “phases of birth.” That can lead you to the body story encoded in the brain.
You may need some extra support, and an online consultation with Annie Brook can help. Write down your questions, and then click the blue link above to schedule online.
Again, thanks for your efforts to help children who really need the good parenting you can provide. Get help when you feel challenged. You don’t have to go it alone!