Skills and Techniques for Fostering Emotional Intelligence in Young Children

This seminar will focus on skills and techniques for parents and grandparents to foster social-emotional intelligence in young children. Eighty percent of brain growth happens in the first three years of life and there are a variety of evidence-based methods parents can learn to set their children up for success. Drawing from the Boston Basics Campaign and neuroscience research, we will look at everyday interactions between children and caregivers that provide countless opportunities to lay a foundation for wellness and make the most of the first three years of life.

Presented by Ken Horne, LCSW