You are a social, emotional, ethical and civic teacher to your children. Intentionally or not, whenever we interact with our child(ren), we are teaching them social, emotional and civic lessons. What are the 'lessons' that you want your child(ren) to learn? What kind of person do you want them to become? What kinds of opportunities do you want for them? What are the skills, knowledge and beliefs that you are promoting with your child(ren)?
Below you will find a variety of resources including newsletters, fact sheets, guidelines, booklets and multimedia presentations that offer suggestions on ways we as parents can enhance our ability promote our children's social emotional abilities.
- Volume 1; Issue 1; Dec. 2003: Phases and Fads in the Field of Child Development
- Volume 2; Issue 1; Mar. 2004: Psychiatric Drugs and Children
- Volume 2; Issue 2; Jun. 2004: Psychiatric Drugs and Children II
- Volume 2; Issue 3; Oct. 2004: Differences in Development: Do You Need to Worry?
- Volume 3; Issue 1; Feb. 2005: The Paradox of Attachment
- Volume 3; Issue 2; Jun. 2005: Transitions: What Makes Them So Difficult?
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