The fidgety child – bane of both parents and teachers but an opportunity for your BRT practice

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Dr. med. Karl Hermes, Duisburg INTRODUCTION They were different times. It was shortly before Christmas 1844 when Dr Heinrich Hoffmann wrote and illustrated the story of Struwwelpeter (shock-headed/slovenly Peter) because he could not find a suitable picture book for his 3 year old son Karl. They were different times yet, even in 1844, he still … Continue reading "The fidgety child – bane of both parents and teachers but an opportunity for your BRT practice"
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