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Managing Feelings Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Managing Feelings

Lots of young children will still struggle with their feelings at times. It may be when. with you, and their toys, will give them a chance to act out different feelings. When you talk with your child, use words to describe the feelings you see in them and others; cross, worried, happy. to handle their emotions in a safe and healthy way. Help your child understand that all feelings. their feelings well! Think about; What helped them cope? How did their good behaviour make others feel? How

Finding Out You Are Pregnant - Feelings Home > Pregnancy & Early Days > Having A Baby > Finding Out You Are Pregnant - Feelings

Having a baby can be an exciting time, but you might have mixed feelings as you find out and get used to the idea. Maybe you have always wanted to be a parent. Maybe this pregnancy has come. of thoughts and feelings on the journey to being a parent.  You will hear a lot from friends., safe and cared for. If your worries and feelings start to make every day a struggle, and feel too much. thoughts and feelings. They can help think of ways to make it feel better for you. What Kind

Feelings and Behaviour Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Making Change > Feelings and Behaviour

find it hard to find the words to tell us how they are feeling. Instead they show their feelings

Feelings Activities Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Emotional Health Activities > Feelings Activities

When children and young people can recognise and talk about different feelings it can help them. feelings and think together about how to cope with difficult emotions in a positive way.A Story About Emotions  The Colour Monster --> Emotion & Feelings Wheel Activity A visual aid to help understand our emotions. Anxiety Thermometer A great tool to help us to recognise what feelings we might. their feelings and also identify why they are feeling a particular way.Relax Like a Cat! A relaxation

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Emotional Health Activities Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Emotional Health Activities

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Having A Baby Home > Pregnancy & Early Days > Having A Baby

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Social Skills Home > Occupational Therapy For Parents & Carers > Socialising & Relationships > Social Skills

the game Your child doesn't understand other people's feelings or can't express their own emotions. Management Discuss with your child how they respond to situations. Talk about the feelings in their body. to understand others thoughts and feelings. Offer lots of free and relaxed play. Prompting taking

Self Regulation & Co-Regulation Home > Occupational Therapy For Parents & Carers > Emotional Regulation > Self Regulation & Co-Regulation

Self regulation is the ability to monitor and control our feelings, emotions and behaviour in response to the environments and demands. It relies on being able to block out irrelevant information, control impulses and persist in tasks. Co-regulation is an interaction that provides support to your child to help them regulate. Some children and young people will be better able to self-regulate than others, however, whilst regulation can be seen as a skill that can be taught, it is dependent