Purchase MP3: “Needs Vs. Wants: How to Fulfill a Child’s Needs Yet Discern His Wants in a Way that Preserves Healthy Attachment” with Dr. William Sears

May 25th, 2009 by Emily · 1 Comment

Join us as we talk with Dr. William Sears on API Live!

Purchase now and hear API Co-Founder and co-author of Attached at the Heart Lysa Parker and former NBC anchor Lu Hanessian discuss attachment parenting with Dr. William Sears. They delve into:

* Needs in infancy:  Why fulfilling infant needs is critical for healthy attachment;

* Meeting a child’s needs and deciphering wants in toddlerhood:  Why parents get confused and anxious about this transition;

* Understanding how meeting a child’s wants is really coming from our own unconscious ‘needs’;

* Exploring the real dynamics behind permissive parenting;

* and MORE!

You can support API’s mission and take advantage of the knowledge and experience Ask API Live’s special guest by signing up today. Every dollar of your sign up fee goes toward education, support and outreach for parents in need.


About Dr. William Sears

Dr. Sears, or Dr. Bill as his “little patients” call him, is the father of eight children as well as the author of over 30 books on childcare. Dr. Bill is an Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine. Dr. Bill received his pediatric training at Harvard Medical School’s Children’s Hospital in Boston and The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto — the largest children’s hospital in the world, where he served as associate ward chief of the newborn nursery and associate professor of pediatrics. Dr. Sears is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and a fellow of the Royal College of Pediatricians (RCP).Dr. Bill is also a medical and parenting consultant for BabyTalk and Parenting magazines and the pediatrician on the website Parenting.com.

After purchase, you will get an email with the link to download the MP3.

API Members always attend at a special rate of only $9.

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