A subject that can be hard to discuss, and a light-hearted yet well-documented way of addressing a taboo. Aimed at both women and men. Perineal issues after giving birth, after cancer treatments, in old age, after treatment for prostate cancer, etc..
Mastering language skills is crucial to a childs academic and social future. Children who know how to speak, read and write not only know how to think for themselves, they also know how to think with others, to accept them, and to find their own place in society.
Through his columns in Les Echos, of which he offers us an enriched and updated selection, Xavier Fontanet finds substantial resonance in the media and among economic and political circles. A fundamentally optimistic book, which considers that everyone — citizen, consumer, entrepreneur — can take control of their destiny and contribute to the collective good.
How can we help young children learn to concentrate? An enjoyable comic book to learn how the brain works. Practical, step-by-step tools to help children learn to concentrate and focus their attention. An approach based on cognitive neurosciences and tested in primary-school classes. A reader-friendly book for a unique concept.
A lively and illuminating perspective on the history of a discipline that is still young. Unusual reflections on the future of treatment for psychiatric illness, based on past mistakes. Suggestions for helping the near future to become the Golden Age of psychiatry.