Building Emotional Intelligence In Children

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Building Emotional Intelligence In Children
Published 11/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 2.20 GB | Duration: 3h 34m

Applying Child Psychology to Parenting and Early Childhood Education to Build Resilient Kids
What you'll learn
Basics of Child Psychology and how it Applies to Parenting and Teaching Children
How to respond effectively to children who are upset or acting out or misbehaving
Feel equipped and ready to support children through difficult situations
Teach children how to develop healthy relationships with others and have good self-esteem
Teach children to be resilient and able to handle hard things and feelings
Help parents and teachers to build closer and more meaningful bonds with their kids
No prerequisites are needed for this course. It is appropriate for beginners as well as experienced teachers.
Parents and teachers share a desire to help kids to learn, grow, and achieve their potential. As a parent and child therapist, I also want to protect kids from the hurtful things in life. As a therapist, most of the parents I work with want exactly the same thing. The bad news is we CANNOT stop our kids from struggling and we CANNOT keep them from suffering.The good news is we don't have to. Struggling is part of being a human being instead of focusing on protecting our children from all hardship we need to TEACH them how to OVERCOME the challenges they will face and how to recover from setbacks. We can help them learn how brave and formidable they really are, we can give them tools they can use for the rest of their lives to deal with the struggles they will face. More and more research has been going toward the idea of resilience or how children deal with hard things and the factors that might explain why some children (and adults) can navigate hard things and feelings successfully and why some children (and adults) seem to be crushed by these obstacles.In this course, we will cover the main skills that RESILIENT people possess and you will learn how to help children to:Identify, manage, and express their feelingsBuild meaningful relationships with other people Develop positive self-esteem and self-confidencePractice skills for regulating their behavior (calming down)Connect with the people around them and the worldBe thoughtful, productive, and industriousDevelop emotional intelligence, emotional awareness, and emotional wellbeingIn a world where children face uncertainty and challenges, the likes of which previous generations have not known (global pandemics, violence in school, social media, increased substance use/abuse, increased youth suicide rates, and mental health crises), our kids need us to help them master these skills.My name is Ashley Saha, LCSW and I will be your guide through this material as a child-trained psychotherapist with nearly 20 years of experience working with children and families you will benefit from what I have learned along the way. No fake expert advice just real-world insights on what really matters. No gimmicks, no complicated jargon, no false guarantees of "no more tantrums" or "happy children" and above all no shaming rhetoric. We will go through this material together and come out on the other side prepared and motivated to be the guides our children and students need them to be.Let's get started!
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction: Course Structure
Lecture 2 It Starts At Birth
Lecture 3 Lecture 3: Learning About Feelings
Lecture 4 Lecture 4: Emotional Awareness
Section 2: Teaching Children About Feelings
Lecture 5 Identifying and Modeling Feelings
Lecture 6 Finding Feelings in Faces
Lecture 7 Finding Feelings in Books
Lecture 8 Demonstration of Finding Feelings in Books Video
Lecture 9 Lecture 8: Expanding on Feelings
Section 3: Emotional Regulation
Lecture 10 Emotional Regulation and Acceptance
Lecture 11 Expressing Feelings
Lecture 12 Play as Emotional Expression
Lecture 13 Verbal Tracking for Special Playtime
Lecture 14 Regulations Skills Continued
Lecture 15 Helping Children Manage Anxiety: Worry Box Activity
Lecture 16 Calming Down Strategies
Lecture 17 Belly Breathing Video
Lecture 18 Progressive Muscle Relaxation Video
Lecture 19 Guided Meditation Example Video
Lecture 20 Butterfly Hugs for Grounding and Calming Video
Lecture 21 Feelings Jar Activity
Lecture 22 Demonstration Video of Feelings Jar Activity
Lecture 23 Creating a Calm Space
Lecture 24 Distress Tolerance
Lecture 25 Supporting Crystal in Distress Tolerance Video
Lecture 26 Adaptive Thinking Skills
Lecture 27 Self - Compassion
Lecture 28 Building Connections
Section 4: Developing Empathy
Lecture 29 Building and Developing Empathy
Lecture 30 Building Empathy Activities
Lecture 31 Dealing with Difference
Lecture 32 Bullying and Aggression
Lecture 33 Dealing with Bullying in the Classroom
Section 5: A New Beginning
Lecture 34 Review and Conclusion
Parents, early childhood educators, teachers,Anyone who wants to learn how to help children build resilience and learn to handle difficult feelings


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