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  • Infant Massage USA® is Endorsed By:

    ..Certified Educators of Infant Massage (CEIM) are skilled in supporting new parents in learning the art of infant massage while deepening their relationship with their baby.
    Dr. William and Martha Sears, California

    This excellent program recognizes the crucial importance of the early attachment relationship between baby and mother (or primary attachment figure).
    Sir Richard Bowlby

    I heartily endorse the work of Infant Massage USA® because the organization understands that touch is not just a good idea, it is a necessary nutrient.
    Peggy O’Mara, Editor and Publisher, Mothering, New Mexico

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      My dear friends and colleagues, I  wanted to update you on some exciting things that are happening and my life in general for the past several months. I have written a booklet, with permission from Random House, which will be published by IAIM. It will be available to people in other countries, in whose language […]

    • Research Suggests that Modern Parenting May Hinder Brain Development

      According to research presented recently at a symposium at the University of Notre Dame, social practices and cultural beliefs of modern life are preventing healthy brain and emotional development in children. “Life outcomes for American youth are worsening, especially in comparison to 50 years ago,” says Darcia Narvaez, Notre Dame professor of psychology who specializes […]

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    • Infants Judge People From The Tone of Their Voice

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