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How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children, 3 Volume Set.
A series about children and emotional health.
Item No.: HO08
Price: $299.85
75 minutes.
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How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children, 3 Volume Set

Based on the book, How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children, by Gerald Newmark, PhD, this interactive program teaches parents how to create an emotional connection so their child can thrive. Focusing on relational parenting, each volume features an overview of emotional needs, common parent-child conflicts, and how parents can modify their reactions to meet their child's critical emotional needs: to feel respected, important, accepted, included, and secure. Parents will also learn skills to help reduce stress and maintain their own emotional health.

Content Includes:

Volume 1: Babies

  • Acknowledging vs. Ignoring Needs - responding to crying, engaging with and talking to babies, being respectful
  • Accepting vs. Suppressing Self-Expression - difficult transitions, being flexible, staying calm
  • Supporting vs. Discouraging Exploration - creating safe spaces, stimulating learning, including babies in family activities
  • Parent Skills - how to cope with exhaustion and frustration, time management, parent self-reflection

Volume 2: Toddlers

  • Promoting vs. Limiting Toddler Independence - offering choices, patient communication, letting them try new things
  • Acknowledging Wants and Desires vs. Shaming - toddler lack of self-control, public tantrums, calmly setting limits
  • Understanding vs. Overreacting To Curiosity - keeping toddler in sight, redirecting to another activity, toddler memory limitations
  • Parent Skills - family activities and values, taking a parent time-out, creating a parent community

Volume 3: Preschoolers

  • Staying Neutral vs. Being Overly Critical - sibling conflict, talking about emotions, listening without judgment
  • Being Attentive vs. Inconsiderate - respectful communication, keeping promises, when to be flexible about limits
  • Giving vs. Controlling Decision-Making Power - dealing with power struggles, respecting child's preferences and opinions, critical thinking skills
  • Parent Skills - conflict resolution and anger management, work/life balance, family meetings and communication

This title can be found in...
Violence Prevention: Child Abuse
Violence Prevention: Family Advocacy/DoD
Early Childhood: Parenting

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