Register here if you’d like to attend this VIRTUAL event (or if you can’t make it but would like the recording to be sent to you): https://info.bennettday.org/co-regulation-in-early-childhood
Self-regulation, the ability to manage thoughts and feelings to accomplish goals or directive actions, has become recognized as foundational in promoting well-being across the lifespan, including educational achievement and physical, emotional, social, and economic health.
Self-regulation leads to the behaviors necessary for success in school, relationships, and the workplace; however, it’s not internal to a child and begins to develop through interaction with parents, teachers, and caregivers. This supportive process is called co-regulation and it may be the most important thing we do as grown-ups in our children’s lives.
Join us as we discuss the brain science behind co-regulation, relationships and our role as parents, and how we can look at behavior differently.