Zeynep Biringen Journal Author Spotlight
Emotional Availability as a Framework for Understanding the Quality of Parent-Child Relationships
Professor Zeynep Biringen, Phd., discusses how caregiver-child relationships offer the first opportunity for a healthy start and the possibility for a secure attachment. Dr. Biringen also describes the three pillars of her work: emotional availability (EA), attachment, and mindfulness
About Zeynep Biringen
Dr. Biringen is a professor at Colorado State University and the foremost researcher on EA in parent-child relationships. Her article, “Mindfulness, Emotional Availability, and Emotional Attachment: Three Pillars of Daily Practice,” was published in the November 2015 issue. Learn more about Dr. Biringen and EA at www.emotionalavailability.com.
Pathways to Positive Parenting: Helping Parents Nurture Healthy Development in the Earliest Months
Explore the ZERO TO THREE Critical Competencies for Infant‐Toddler Educators™ model and its professional development modules, tools, and services being developed and piloted now.
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