Understand the why and how of children's emotions with Dr Anne Lane, Speaker, Clinical Psychologist And Children’s Emotional Intelligence Specialist.
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Nurturing your child's 'emotional intelligence'
We teach our children how to tie their shoelaces, how to read, how to ride a bike. We explain the weather and rainbows and why people have jobs. But when it comes to explaining the forceful, baffling, intense and marvellous emotions that we might experience, well, things become vague. ​ Nurturing your child's 'emotional intelligence', so they can understand and process their own emotions, is one of the most important things you can teach your child. But parents are often at a loss as to how best to do this. And your child's big, complex emotions can also be somewhat scary. ​ In this session, Anne will provide a compass through that haze of uncertain emotional parenting, to help parents teach their children the crucial life skills that create emotional intelligence. She'll equip you to understand your child's emotions from pre-schooler through to pre-teen and, importantly, gives you the tools and advice you need to help THEM accept and understand these emotions.
Anne Lane | Speaker Biography
Dr Anne Lane is a Clinical Psychologist who specialises in the emotional intelligence of children. Anne's book 'Nurture Your Child's Emotional Intelligence was published in 2022 which provides guide to help parents support their children to understand and process their own emotions and teach their children the crucial life skills that create emotional intelligence.
Anne has presented extensively in the Public Sector including to Camden and Islington Mental Health Trust, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, Newham Primary Care Trust. If you're looking for the expert advice on how to support your children and to help you feel more secure, confident and effective in your parenting, look no further than Anne.
Anne's key topics include: Excessive anger, acting out, eating or sleeping difficulties, attention and behaviour problems / difficulties with peers, bullying behaviour or being bullied, emotional and behavioural difficulties at school with school liaison, levels of sadness, tearfulness or low mood that cause concern, children and families dealing with the impact of divorce / bereavement or other big transitions and attachment difficulties.