As a mom and a grandmother, I have found that our connection fosters a safe, consistent, and unconditional space with our children. This connection contributes to their emotional regulation.
Here you will discover neuroscience-based tools to help you learn how to understand your child’s emotional and social development. Let’s learn and grow together as we explore the many facets and possibilities available to us in Emotional Social Parenting™.
Free play is essential for child development. They develop physical, social and intellectual skills they’ll need later on.
Understanding your triggers helps you understand what situations trigger you more than others so you can work towards reducing the stressors.
After months of summer vacation, it is common for children to experience back-to-school anxiety. Discover how you can ease that for them.