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Nourishing Babies with the Practice of Attuned Touch

Dr. Aline LaPierre

You will learn:

  • Attuned touch and its importance for development
  • The concept of “touch intentions” with examples
  • Ways parents can practice different touch intentions with each other
  • Practices that parents can engage in support their ability to provide attuned touch

Dr. Aline is the founder and director of The NeuroAffective Touch Institute and creator of NeuroAffective Touch® integrating psychotherapy and the therapeutic use of touch as a vital relational bridge to overcoming developmental trauma. 

She is co-author of Healing Developmental Trauma: How Trauma Affects Self-Regulation, Self-Image, and the Capacity for Relationship, published in twelve languages. She taught in the Somatic Doctoral Program at Santa Barbara Graduate Institute for ten years. Currently, she is President of the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy (USABP) and Editor-in-Chief of The International Body Psychotherapy Journal (IBPJ).

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FlipBook Children’s Nonverbal Communication: The Six Relational Movements

In this presentation flipbook you will learn about babies’ six relational movements.

Yield, push, reach, grasp, pull, release—the sequenced development of relational movements lay the nonverbal foundation for a child’s maturing neuro-emotional responses. Each relational movement expresses a need, which when met by the attuned responses of parents and caregivers, contributes to forming a child’s physical, emotional, cognitive, and energetic embodiment and capacity for connection.

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