Healthy and Happy from the Start: Understanding and Supporting Your Young Child’s Social-Emotional Development
It’s hard to imagine a three-year-old, let alone a baby, having mental health problems. But this week’s guest, Catherine Wright, knows it happens. She also knows how to recognize such problems in very young children, where families can get help and what kinds of help are most effective. Tune into this important and informative Mom Enough show so you will be better prepared to support the healthy social-emotional development of the babies and young children in your family and community.
Have you known a young child (birth to 5) who has had social-emotional difficulties? How did the child’s problems show up and what, if any, professional help did the child and family receive? Share your thoughts in the REPLY space below!
For more information about the Ages & Stages Questionnaire, click here.
For more information on social-emotional screenings, click here.
For the Minnesota Children’s Mental Health Division, click here.
For information on Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, click here.