Emotional Development

Cultivating Children’s Emotional Expression Skills

Author: Scarlett ChoiPsychological Counsellor Emotional management is an important issue for parents in the parenting process. The direction of teaching children emotional management includes identifying different emotions, understanding and expressing emotions, self-regulating emotions, and recognizing others’ emotions. Helping Young Children Identify Emotions Emotions are not good or bad; they are simply positive or negative. Emotions

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How to Establish a Sense of Security in Infants and Toddlers

Author: Ms. Gigi PangRegistered Counselling Psychologist at Edge Development Centre Establishing a sense of security in infants and toddlers is undoubtedly an important task that all parents must address when welcoming new life. The establishment of a sense of security in infants and toddlers not only has a significant impact on their physical and mental

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Establishment of Attachment Relationships

Author: Scarlett Tsoi Psychological Counsellor After birth, the closest relationship a newborn form is with their mother. “Attachment” refers to the active and intense emotional bond that infants establish with significant figures, typically their mother or caregiver. The “Attachment Relationship” between mother and child has a profound impact on the child’s psychological growth. Development of

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The Tremendous Changes: The Underrated Transition from Home to School

Author: Ms Nancy TINGLecturer at Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education Leaving the familiar home and entering school alone is a tremendous transition for a child. Caregivers should provide psychological preparation for infants and young children in order to facilitate a smooth transition from home to school, ensuring a good start and an enjoyable

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The Crucial Foundation of Social-Emotional Development from home to school

Author: Ms. Nancy TingSenior Lecturer at Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education During the infancy and toddler stages, children primarily accumulate social interactions through their daily lives. They are curious about the things around them and enjoy observing the environment and the communication between people. At times, they observe how their parents and caregivers

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