Raising Emotionally and Socially Healthy Kids with Eileen Kennedy – Moore
Does your child get picked on at school? Does your child hurt other children? It breaks a parent’s heart when their child is called names or emotionally hurt by other children. Raising socially and emotionally healthy kids can be a challenge in today’s world. The digital age can make it even more of a challenge.
Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore has produced a CD/Digital series, “Raising Emotionally and Socially Healthy Kids” that will help all parents learn how to help their children regulate their emotions. When children can regulate their emotions, they are on their way to becoming a productive member of society. In my latest podcast, I did an interview with Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore on my podcast series, “Smart Choices for a Happier Family Life,” Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore states, “Kids do not learn through suffering; they learn through doing it right.” Parents, teach your children how to do it right.
Dr. Kennedy Moore is an author, psychologist and most importantly a mother of four. She specializes in friendships and children’s feelings. She has a B.A. in psychology from Northwestern University and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Stony Brook University. She is the co-author of two parenting books, “Smart Parenting for Smart Kids: Nurturing Your Child’s True Potential and The Unwritten Rules of Friendship: Simple Strategies to Help Your Child Make Friends,”and as well as an award-winning children’s book, What About Me? 12 Ways to Get Your Parent’s Attention (Without Hitting Your Sister). She is a terrific guest! You don’t want to miss it.
Here are some things you will learn from this podcast:
Healthy Emotional Kids – How can parents help?
- “Angry kids don’t require harsh punishment; they need more connection.”
- How parents can help their children cope with anxiety
- Emotion dismissing and emotion coach, why an emotion coach is best
- Teasing and Bullying – how to minimize the impact of bullying
- On-line cannot replace face to face interactions
- 8-12 year old girls who spent more time on media had worse social and emotional well being
- How to control our children’s video game play time. It is just an awful feeling for a parent when your child is hurt by other children on the playground. Parents, please give your children the tools for emotional regulation and you will set them up for success. This series helps parents help their children with social skills and emotional regulation. Emotional Regulation is the biggest factor in helping our children to succeed in their personal relationships and their careers. Parents can’t afford to miss this series. It’s the greatest gift you can give to your children.
The CD Series is currently 70% off at thegreatcourses.com/kids website. Don’t wait to pick up your copy. It will no longer be on sale after May 7th.