August 1, 2018

Children can develop an anxiety disorder. Some amount of anxiety is normal. But if anxiety is too strong or happens frequently, it can compromise a child’s cognitive and social-emotional development.

Here are seven strategies for parents to avoid and three that are considered effective for managing children’s anxiety.

Author: Carol S. Lee
Estimated time to read: 06:50

June 11, 2018

It is helpful to communicate with little kids if they can name their emotions. Learn how to teach children about emotions using the “brain house analogy”

Author: Hazel Harrison
Source: Mindful
Estimated time to read: 08:24

May 14, 2018

Learn about what research says about parent-infant classes like baby sign language, music and infant massage. 

Author: Amy Bidgood
Source: The Conversation
Estimated time to read: 05:20