Nought to three – becoming me

A guide for parents (and those who support them)



An illustrated, colour booklet for parents (and those who support them) to help navigate their way through the first three, vital years of their child’s emotional development and lay the foundations for a stable core self that will see them through the rest of their lives.  The booklet draws on the author’s extensive experience of working with distressed and traumatized individuals for whom this has not happened. The booklet explains the essential stages of emotional development, what can go wrong, and what is required to provide a nurturing environment within which the child can flourish.

Dr Pat Frankish will be speaking about “Accepting the Impact of Trauma in Intellectual Disability” at Learning Disability Today London 2019.


Parents, carers and those who support them.


ISBN: 9781912755806

Publication Date: 28 November 2019


Dr Pat Frankish obtained B.Sc (Hons) in Psychology and B.A (Open) in Humanities and Psychology before undertaking training in teaching children with severe learning difficulties and then a masters in Clinical Psychology. She went on to Doctoral studies and was made a Doctor of Psychology in 2003. She has a wide experience of psychological issues across age groups. She has a specialist interest in early personality development and the consequences of disturbance through traumatic life events.  She was an active member of the British Psychological Society for many years and still serves as a Trustee of BPS Comms. 


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