We accompany new parents in their unique journey to parenthood, helping them support their baby’s development.
Group courses for babies and their parents from 0 to 12 months. These take place in different locations: Academicus - Enge, Die Hebammenpraxis - Leimbach, and Hebammenpraxis - Nordstrasse.
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First-Step Private Lessons are great to focus on your baby’s development more deeply that can happen in a group workshop.Book a private session
The First Step Training Program is a training where you can learn the First Step method and become a Certified Instructor.
First-Step therapy addresses a broad spectrum of disorders including genetic syndrome, brain injuries, autism and communication disorders, motor delays and disorders, low muscle tone, epilepsy, severe eating disorders and ADHD.
The therapeutic process is an intensive learning process in which parents actively participate. In fact, parents’ role is central in creating a facilitating environment for their child’s development.Read more
Are you unable to travel for any reason? Therapists from the First-Step® team can travel to your location and work at your home in your environment. We already have a few dates planned for 2023. Please get in touch if you are interested in dates and locations.
“Perhaps there is a language which is not made of words and everyone in the world understands it.” We do speak several languages and welcome all to get to know this method and its holistic approach.
Do parents and their children have to travel to Israel to follow the therapy and meet Shai Silberbusch? Yes and No, since Shai is traveling throughout Europe. Soon he'll be in Berlin. So please, if interested, do not hesitate to contact me!
Is my child suitable for the First-Step® Method? Anyone is suitable for this holistic, therapeutical method. Nevertheless, your child will undergo an assessment of two and a half hours with the founder of First-Step®, Shai Silberbusch. Please reach out with any further questions.
You can never hold your baby “too much”. And believe me holding him/her longer will absolutely not spoil him/her as some might think.