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Physical Activity Boosts Emotional Health by Your Therapy Source Posted Tue 20 Sep 2011 6:33am As therapists, we frequently provide physical activities for children to promote muscle strengthening, range of motion, balance, motor skills and coordination. We must not forget that physical activity also helps to boost the social and emotional health of children. Physical, active play can help children to express emotions such as smiling ... Read on »
Obama Administration releases final application for Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge by Health & Human Services Posted Tue 23 Aug 2011 1:01am $500 million now available to support states that best prepare their young children for success in kindergarten Today the Obama Administration released the final application for the Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge (RTT-ELC), which will provide $500 million in state-level competitive grants to im ... Read on »
NECTAC by JohnL Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sun 01 Jul 2007 12:00am NECTAC site The US Deparment of Education funds the National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (NECTAC) at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) and NECTAC provides some resources that are of value to those of us concerned about children and youths with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. In particular, see their p ... Read on »
EQ - Our feeling is more evolved than our thinking? by Michael Apollo Health Maven Posted Fri 12 Nov 2010 12:48pm Alright... quite the epiphany, an "Ahah!" moment came upon me when diving into Emotional Intelligence. This was all about the study of the 'gut feeling' otherwise known as intuition - the ability to feel our answer. What blew me away, was the simple distinction that there is an underlying constant in everything that we do! The distinction i ... Read on »
Mother-Son Relationship Key to Emotional Development 87 by relationships .. Posted Tue 06 Apr 2010 2:56am ScienceDaily (Mar. 29, 2010) — New research from the University of Reading says that children, especially boys, who have insecure attachments to their mothers in the early years have more behavior problems later in childhood. Read more http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100325093124.htm Read on »
Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day by Kate McLaughlin. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 04 May 2010 8:05am This year, Awareness Day will mark its 5th anniversary, as well as a first-time focus on the topic of early childhood. Communities across the country will observe the day with events, youth demonstrations, and social networking campaigns to raise awareness about the importance of mental health and increase understanding of the mental ... Read on »
Social and Emotional Development: Kids Benefit from Pets by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Apr 2012 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Anyone that grew up with a dog or cat (or both) knows the psychological benefit of having a pet.  When a child feels their parents don’t understand them or are having trouble with friends or siblings, a pet is always there with unconditional lo ... Read on »
Monitoring Your Baby's Emotional Development: 16 Key Milestones for the First Year of Life by Susan Hawkins by Cascia T. Posted Sat 01 Nov 2008 10:44pm If you think that six-month-old staring at you from her crib doesn't have a clue as you and Daddy make mad, passionate love, think again! New research is telling us otherwise, and earlier beliefs about the emotional and intellectual abilities of even very young babies are being replaced by a much different view. Infants are not the ... Read on »
Certified Educational Daycare by Lian Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Dec 2010 1:54am In such difficult economic times many parents would see it as a privilege to be a stay-at-home parent in America, and would be considered truly lucky. With thirty years of economic policies that have decimated the middle class, the majority of American households today require two incomes, meaning that young children must usually be relegated to ... Read on »
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Identified as an Effective Treatment by UK Institute by AWeidman Posted Thu 09 Jun 2011 4:46pm IN an exciting development, the Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services , recognizes Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy as an evidence-based, effective, and empirically validated treatment. The Institute is a large, internationally regarded institute whose function is to promote positive outcomes in the social service field by i ... Read on »