Celebrating the release of the newly revised edition of Attached at the Heart at the home of Bob and Isabelle Fox.
Dr. Jay Gordon, Susan Stiffleman, Dr. Bob Sears, Soul Eye (Mario Treadway), Brian Grumet, Alanis Morissette, Jamie Grumet, Barbara Nicholson, Lysa Parker, Martha Sears, and Dr. Bill Sears celebrating “Attached at the Heart.”
Lysa and Barbara shared some of the new information in the book and celebrated the launch of the parenting curriculum based on the book. A beautiful day in Southern California with dear friends from many years and meeting new friends for the first time!
Attached at the Heart is available and Lysa Parker and Barbara Nicholson are excited to hear what you think. Catch them at these book signings, starting today, and keep up with future events.
August 10, 2013 The Pump Station, 3 pm, Hollywood, California
August 12, 2013 The Pump Station, 3 pm, Westlake Village, California
August 13, 2013 The Sanctuary Birth Center and Family Wellness Center (www.birthsanctuary.com)
August 15, 2013 The Pump Station, 1 pm, Santa Monica, California
For information about The Pump Station and the Hot Topic Series on attachment parenting we will be presenting go towww.pumpstation.com.
October 2013 Jersey/New York area
May 2014 Chicago
May 23-24th, 2014 Loyola University, Chicago
We are excited to announce that we have signed with a new publisher, Health Communications Inc. and our new edition will be available in the Fall of 2013.
For more information on the book or speaking engagements, contact Lysa at email@example.com.
Recently Barbara Nicholson, API Co-Founder and co-author of the book Attached at the Heart, was interviewed on AM800 CKLW, a Windsor, Ontario-based radio station. Listen to her segment now.
We are adding conferences, book signings and other events and we hope that some of you will come out and say hello~and share with us your stories of your parenting journeys. When Lysa and I had our children in the late 70′s and early 80′s, we assumed that all the hard work and advocacy that was being done by mothers, fathers and some health professionals at that time would mean that by the time our children were having children, the birth and parenting paradigm would have changed so much for the better. Instead it is disheartening to hear about sky rocketing C-section rates, misinformation and medicalization of birth, and of course the serious increase in autism, and other neurological disorders. The good news is that there are many organizations, mostly non-profit, that continue to advocate and educate parents and professionals all over the country. As Lysa mentioned, we will be speaking in February at two wonderful conferences, and we’ve added a book signing at a Barnes and Noble in San Antonio, TX on Saturday, February 27th. http://store-locator.barnesandnoble.com/event/3027910
In April we will be speaking at several locations of a maternity/parenting store called “The Pump Station” in the Los Angeles area, and you can check their website for our speaking schedules as they become available. http://www.pumpstation.com/pumpstation/
The main reason we will be in the Los Angeles area is to attend the Whole Children/Whole Planet Expo, coordinated by our good friend Kathy Arnos. Kathy is a passionate children’s advocate and environmentalist, bringing the two passions together to educate and support parents in making the best decisions for their families. This conference will be in a beautiful setting in Northridge CA on April 24th (Earth Day of course!) and we hope if you attend you will come by our exhibit table, shared with Infant Massage USA (IMUSA). Lysa and I are excited to announce that we will become certified in Infant Massage as we will be attending the training in Nashville, TN from April 27-30th. For more information about the training visit their website at http://www.infantmassageusa.org/teach/
If you live in these areas and would like to invite us to speak, please contact us here and let us know. We are happy to come to schools, churches, support groups, wherever parents gather and want to discuss any of the 8 Principles in our book. This year our mantra is “how can we serve you and your community.’ Together we can make a difference and make the world a better place for future generations!