“Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought.”


– Albert Von Szent-Gyoroy

Video Library

Links and Resources

The following are just a few resources that are consistent with either treatment approaches that we are influenced by or informational sources that we trust. Please feel free to browse through them and ask your therapist about anything you read that you may want more information on. This list is not exhaustive so check back as we keep updating and adding to it!


And now introducing some top recommended parenting books!

Parenting from the Inside Out, by Daniel Siegel, MD and Mary Hartzell, MD
Diary of a Baby, What your child sees, feels, and experiences, by Daniel Stern, MD
From Conception to Crawling, by Annie Brook
The Baby Book, Sears
The Discipline Book, by Sears
Raising Cain, Protecting the emotional life of boys, by Dan Kindlon, PhD & Michael Thompson, PhD
Baby Buddhas, A guide for teaching meditation to children by Lisa Desmond
Beyond the Rainbow Bridge, Nurturing our children from birth to seven, by Barbara Patterson and Pamela Bradley
Buddha Mom, the path of mindful mothering, by Jacqueline Kramer
Guarding the Moon, A Mother’s first year, by Francesca Lia Block
A Natural Guide to Pregnancy and Postpartum Health, Dean Raffelock, DC, Dipl.Ac, CCN
Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child, Marc Weissbluth, MD
The Happiest Baby on the Block, Harvey Karp
From One Child to Two, Judy Dunn
Beyond One, Jennifer Bingham Hull
Nonviolent Communication, A language of life, Marshall Rosenberg, PhD
Bonding, Stanley Keleman
The Mind of Your Newborn Baby, David Chamberlain
Smart Moves, Why Learning is not all in your head, Carla Hannaford, PhD
Bright from the Start
Raising a Smarter Child before Kindergarten, Perlmutter
The Brain Book, Perlmutter
The Truth about Children and Divorce, Robert Emery, PhD
Step Coupling
Please Don’t Label My Child, Scott Shannon, MD