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Writing can change your life. A practical guide accessible to all, by one of the foremost specialists in therapeutic self-writing.
A book inspired by the authors’ clinical practices, concrete cases drawn from everyday life.
The adventure of The Alarm Distress Baby Scale, which has become a formidable tool for prevention in perinatal and early childhood care.
New Questions from Women Responses to 1001 questions that women ask about their health and their well-being, at every age in life
All the experience and knowledge of a gynecologist who has been listening to women for 40 years.
An increasing demand to review relationships of authority has been emerging over the past fifty years.
As victims of the pleasure principle and of immediate gratification, how can we overcome our reptilian brain? By relearning how to wait and to think.
A precious help to help you live in a peaceful way with those with whom you are brought to work.
The delicate issue of choosing to die is raised, explained, and critiqued. A generous book with lively prose, including many anecdotal stories.
From the body to language, including the climate, culture, and, of course, the family, an astute description of the way in which our different environments (“ecology” in the broadest sense of the term) determine, from childhood, the person we are to become.
Dance: an inner movement that can liberate any person who allows him or herself to be carried away by music.
A book for the general reader to learn everything about attachment and understand its repercussions in our daily lives or in those of our children.
The theme of love is not often addressed in writings on gifted people, yet it is a domain in which it is particularly useful to have clear self-awareness in order to make good romantic choices.
A synthesis of the principal results of scientific research on a subject that has generated many studies and has often produced superficial or misleading works.
A controversial subject: one can have children, love them, and think that one has not completely succeeded in life. A book based on a fieldwork survey. The words of liberated women.
Concrete solutions for an individual to escape the violent situation he or she is enduring, but also in the form of guidelines for prevention in the professional or educational realm.