Parent coaching focus: Emotional parenting
Learn how to support social-emotional development in your child from birth to age three.
It's so important for parents to help their child learn how to cope with their feelings. Learn how parents are their child's guide in sharing the joys and coping with the challenges, starting on day one. Starting in the earliest months of life, well before they can use words to express themselves, babies have the capacity to experience peaks of joy, excitement, and elation. Babies can also feel fear, grief, sadness, hopelessness, and anger.
What can parents do?
Use illustrative books to show your baby different emotions. Including fear, anger, sadness, all colors of emotions that exist, and have their legitimacy.
Researchers have found that even more than IQ, your emotional awareness and ability to handle feelings will determine your success and happiness in all walks of life.
Emotional coaching used by parents builds confidence and helps toddlers to teens to grow socially, emotionally, and intellectually.
Learn the best ways to respond when your child is sad, angry, or scared
Discover how to use emotions as opportunities for connection and teaching
Learn how to set clear, consistent limits while helping your child problem-solve
How can we learn children to understand and regulate emotions?
The podcast supports parents, educators, and caregivers how to emotionally coach their children. By increasing emotional awareness and communication skills, parents improve their emotional responsiveness and, in turn, create emotionally intelligent children.
The podcast provides an understanding of what emotional intelligence is, why it’s important, and how to use it to help establish a solid emotional foundation for your child.
Take home learnings
Understand the importance of Emotional Intelligence
Learn how to recognize, respond to, and validate what your child is feeling
Learn how to be an effective emotional parent
Discover ways to express understanding and empathy
Learn how to set limits and problem solve with children