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Is Your Child Psychic? A Guide for Creative Parents and Teachers

Tanous, Alex, & Donnelly, Katherine Fair

 The aim of this book is to educate parents and teachers so that they will be able to understand and appropriately counsel children who are psychic and who have questions about their experiences. The book is grounded in the theory that psychic ability must be taken into account if a child is to reach his or her healthy maturity, and that "all psychic experiences should be utilized to integrate the child with his environment" (p. xxii). Both authors are psychic, and Dr. Tanous, psychologist, participates in family and group counseling and is a well-known psi subject. Part I serves as an introduction to psi in children for parents and teachers. The second section explores new developments with "exceptional" children, Part 3 outlines stages of development in children in relation to psychic development, and the final section describes tests and games for developing psychic abilities.
Publisher Information:New York: MacMillan, 1979. 200p. (Reprinted under title: Understanding and Developing Your Child's Natural Psychic Abilities: A Guide for Creative Parents and Teachers. Simon & Schuster, 1988.) Bibliography: 189-192; Chapter notes; Glossary: 185-187; Index: 195-200; Suggested reading list: 193
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