Welcome back to another episode of the Jews Next Door, we have an amazing opportunity this week to hear from Miriam Campbell, the founder of Skills for Connection, which provides parents and professionals with training and materials to support social-emotional development.
This parenting expert shares her top techniques for teaching children important social-emotional skills from a young age. From handling big feelings to making new friends, learn simple strategies like deep breathing, active listening, and reframing anxiety that will give your kids the tools to succeed. Discover how to turn your own struggles into opportunities for growth and watch as your children blossom into healthy and emotionally intelligent people.
02:01 Be an example of a growing person
05:29 What does an emotionally healthy child look like?
07:54 Practical tools and techniques to help children
14:32 Give a child words to label emotions
17:35 Helping constructs and their application
19:58 How to help children self-regulate
25:01 How to help children develop social skills?
31:30 Offering words to label emotions
33:42 How to help an anxious child?
39:21 Helping a child with a low-confidence
42:14 Parents struggling with their emotional health
50:54 Help and support for struggling parents
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