It’s Here! Kidwheels: Understanding the Child in the Chart

Cornelia Hansen


There is no single effort more radical in its potential for saving the world than a transformation of the way we raise our children.”

Marianne Williamson

Why is it that some children sail through school with no problem at all, while others find it a difficult or unhappy experience?  And why do some children develop behavioural problems while others don’t?  Cornelia Hansen believes that each child is unique and needs special management in order to thrive.

While working on a Master’s Degree in Child Development, Cornelia was introduced to a longitudinal study done in the Fifties on temperament in children. At the time, she was also studying astrology and the idea came to her that she might be able to connect the child development study to astrology. After all, hadn’t the concept of temperament been with us from ancient times? Isn’t it still part of analyzing someone’s natal chart?

The modern concept of temperament as being the cause of individual differences which appear at birth and continue over time has been widely accepted in the field of child development and appears in every child development textbook.  In this pioneering study of temperament in children and young people, Cornelia examines copious case histories from her experience as a marriage, family and child therapist; with the welfare of the child firmly at the heart of the chart, she searches for ways to help parents understand their offspring better – and thus achieve a good outcome for everyone. Ideal for anyone working with children in the classroom, or in any capacity, this book will help parents, carers and teachers to discern the individual needs of a child that will enable them to flourish in the classroom and beyond.

Weight 350 g
  • ISBN 13: 9781910531310

Cornelia Hansen holds Masters Degrees in Educational Psychology and in Clinical Psychology and is a Licensed Marriage, Family and Child Therapist.  She taught preschool for the Los Angeles Unified School District in their Early Childhood Centers for 25 years and in addition spent 9 years teaching high school classes in English, Psychology, and Humanities. Cornelia began studying astrology in 1976 with Joan McEvers and Marion March. Her previous writing includes a column on children’s charts for Aspects Magazine, a publication for Aquarius Workshops, and “Parent and Child”, a chapter in Web of Relationships edited by Joan McEvers for Llewellyn Publications in 1992.  Her research on finding the temperament in children’s charts was published in the AFA’s Journal of Research in summer 2018. She is currently teaching a class on temperament for Kepler College.