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Sally Goddard Blythe

Sally Goddard Blythe, MSc., trained at The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology (INPP) in 1987-88 and joined the permanent staff in 1988. Since that time she has written numerous articles and papers on neuro-developmental factors in educational difficulties. In 1996, her first book A Teacher’s Window into the Child’s Mind was published. It was later extended and updated as Reflexes, Learning and Behaviour, which has been translated into six languages. It provides basic information on the significance, assessment, and remediation of abnormal reflexes for many other professionals. She has written several books since then. Learn more about Sally Goddard Blythe and her work at

Books by Sally Goddard Blythe :

The Genius of Natural Childhood

Secrets of Thriving Children

Movement, Your Child’s First language

How Movement and Music Assist Brain Development in Children Aged 3–7 Years

Raising Happy Healthy Children

Why Mothering Matters (2nd edition)