The quotes below come from the Monograph, "Reducing the Risk: Connections That Make a Difference in the Lives of Youth"Download "The home environment makes a difference in the health of American youth. When teens feel connected to their families and…
March 2012: Study published in International Journal for Equity in Health of "gender equity" parenting (both parents spending equal amounts of time at jobs and doing child care) in Sweden finds children have more mental health problems with gender equal…
Feb 2012: Ottawa Citizen article "All work and no play . . . Is not good for the developing brain, says psychologist Dr. Gordon Neufeld." Neufeld says, "The only resistance I get is from policy-makers."
This peer-reviewed study indicates that maternal nurturing and not only socio-economic status is associated with better health outcomes. The study was led by UBC psychologist Dr Gregory Miller. Miller works in exactly the field UBC’s HELP claims expertise in, yet…
August 21, 2011. The New York Times -article (web): "The Kids Are Not All Right" by UBC law professor, Joel Bakan, author of “The Corporation” and the new “Childhood Under Siege: How Big Business Targets Children”
Neufeld on the Vancouver riots:2011. Gordon Neufeld. Neufeld Institute - article (web): "Uncovering the Roots of Delinquency" Business Profit Agenda Undermining Child-Rearing:2011. Deborah MacNamara. Neufeld Institute - article (web): "Making Sense of the Senseless" Children, Teens and Technology (broken link)
Dec 17, 2009. BBC News - article (web): "Parents giving children alcohol ‘fuels binge drinking’"
Social policy “ruining childhood”: Childhood is being undermined by a string of “oppressive demands” from ministers disguised as social policy, experts have claimed. June 17, 2009 web article in Telegraph.co.uk
Interview with Canadian Dr. Elliot Barker (Natural Child - web article), child psychiatrist and founder of the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children. He sees lack of empathetic parenting and consumerism as the roots of criminality.
Welsh parent says switch to parental care after 4 years of daycare eliminated son’s problematic behaviour revealing his true character. (broken link)