Expecting a baby is a special time for every family. Drawing an analogy with the development of the child, we can say that in the life of parents-to-be there is a sensitive period for parenthood. We become especially sensitive to everything related to pregnancy, childbirth, babies and the "child" topic in general. We begin to notice how many pregnant women are around, or we intently begin to observe the children and parents we encounter. We make decisions about what kind of parents we want to be.
Valentina is a scholar of human development, a mother of an adolescent, and a Montessori Assistant to Infancy (AMI diploma). With background in consulting and leadership development, she offers coaching to Montessori school leaders and consults schools on management. She is trained in facilitating The Work of Byron Katie, has studied as an open dialogue practitioner and follows her interest in strengthening emotional intelligence skills in adults and children. Valentina holds university credentials in philology and linguistics.
This course includes materials available through AMI's Montessori Assistants to Infancy training, as well as other resources contributed by Valentina and our experts. The course can be easily adapted to the needs and capabilities of your family.