Deep Brain Learning: Evidence-based essentials in education, treatment, and youth development

$29.95

Deep Brain Learning: Evidence-based essentials in education, treatment, and youth development is a blueprint for building strength and resilience in all young people by creating environments of dignity and respect. This book is a cutting-edge, reader-friendly synthesis of positive psychology, neuroscience, and classic truths of human development. The authors identify key principles for producing lasting change by transforming individuals and organizations. Scientific evidence is blended with practice wisdom from experts world-wide.

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Deep Brain Learning: Evidence-based essentials in education, treatment, and youth development is a blueprint for building strength and resilience in all young people by creating environments of dignity and respect. This book is a cutting-edge, reader-friendly synthesis of positive psychology, neuroscience, and classic truths of human development. The authors identify key principles for producing lasting change by transforming individuals and organizations. Scientific evidence is blended with practice wisdom from experts world-wide.

“Caring communities embrace the challenge of developing the potential of all people in an increasingly diverse world. This book is grounded in principles for building communities of equity, dignity, and respect.” ~ Joseph M. Stewart, former Kellogg Company executive, former Chairman of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and CEO of Stewart Industries LLC

“Evidence-based essentials are thoroughly documented and enriched with practical applications. The jargon-free dialogue engages all readers, whether professionals, policy leaders, or parents.” ~ Tammy Lunday, EdD candidate, former program specialist, Bureau of Indian Education, member of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Nation

“Treatment professionals have become increasingly dependent on psychotropic medications to manage childhood emotional and behavioral problems. The authors identify essential elements for strength-based interventions that produce lasting change.” ~ Christopher Bellonci, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Associate Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine

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Weight 1.55 lbs