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Being Held in Another's Mind


Languages Available: English
PITC Training Usage:

Module(s): I Social-Emotional Growth and Socialization
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Session(s):Understanding Children's Behavior: Supporting the Individual Needs of Infants and Toddlers
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Reference:

Pawl, J. (2006). Being held in another's mind. In J. R. Lally, P. L. Mangione, & D. Greenwald (Eds.), Concepts for care (pp. 1-4). San Francisco, CA: WestEd.