The developing baby's brain is being continually shaped by relationships. This initial phase of maximum 'neuroplasticity' is significant for all IMH work, although it is important to remember that neuroplasticity merely fades, it never disappears, and there is a second phase of enhanced neuroplasticity during adolescence. These books provide an introduction to neurodevelopment research and neuroplasticity that might be of interest to clinicians.
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