Sally Goddard Blythe
Sally Goddard Blythe is the author of seven books on variou8s aspects of child development. Her professional life has been dedicated to investigating and remediating underlying physical factors in children presenting with specific learning difficulties and adults suffering from anxiety and panic disorder. Although closely linked to The INPP Method, of which she is currently the international director, her interest in a physical basis for learning and emotional difficulties stems from a broad based education, which began with an interest in the arts and moved over to the sciences. Informed by the many children she has worked with in a practice spanning three decades, she has lectured in many different parts of the world and continues to provide training in The INPP Method to students from all over the world.
Reflexes, Movement, Learning & Behaviour
Analysing and Unblocking Neuro-motor Immaturity
Movement, Your Child’s First language
How Movement and Music Assist Brain Development in Children Aged 3-7 Years
By (composer) Michael Lazarev