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Books relating to Sensory Processing

The Highly Sensitive Person:

The Highly Sensitive Person: How to thrive when the world overwhelms you by Elaine N Aron. A general introduction to the personality trait  shared by one in five of the population. Compared to 80% of the population they process more deeply, reflect more, are creative, and make more associations. The Author is a…

Sensory Processing Disorder Answer Book

Sensory Processing Disorder Answer Bookby Tara Dalaney. A clearly written book for parents explaining a complex neurological condition by means of a series of questions and answers. Some of the practical advice about therpists and schooling is American, but that does not prevent the book being useful for parents in other countries.  …

I'm not weird, I have SPD

I'm not weird, I have SPDby Channya T. Laird. "The book was inspired by the author's daughter, Jamie, who struggles with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) every day. It was written to validate Jaimie's feelings and to show her other children feel things the way she does. This book can help children with SPD learn how to…

The Strong Sensitive Boy: Help your Son become a Happy, Confident Man

The Strong Sensitive Boy: Help your Son become a Happy, Confident Manby Ted Zeff. "Maybe right now you are thinking as I am: The world and all of its people and species would be better off if every culture valued gentle thoughtfulness in its men. If the creation of peace and justice is a type of cottage industry in which many of us take part, then you part will be…

Raise an Emotionally Healthy Boy: Save Your Son From the Violent Boy Culture

Raise an Emotionally Healthy Boy: Save Your Son From the Violent Boy Cultureby Ted Zeff. Are you concerned that your son is constantly bombarded with false information that real boys must always be strong, aggressive, tough, and repress their feelings? What can parents do when their son is exposed to graphic, violent images of what a man is supposed to be like? How can…