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Emotional Intelligence, Parenting and Education, Part 2 of Interview with Dr Karen Hansen

Part 2 of an interview with Dr Karen Hansen from the Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne Australia about working with primary school teachers and about the importance of emotional intelligence for children’s school readiness Read full article

Tune Into Kids – Reduce Tantrums – Part 2

Dr Sophie Havighurst is a child clinical psychologist and senior lecturer at the University of Melbourne in the Child Psychiatry Department. Sophie is the principal investigator in the Tuning Into Kids Parenting Program. In part 2 of this interview, Sophie talks about teenagers, difficult children and resilience. Read full article

Tune Into Kids – Reduce Tantrums

Dr Sophie Havighurst is a child clinical psychologist and senior lecturer at the University of Melbourne in the Child Psychiatry Department. Sophie is the principal investigator in the Tuning Into Kids Parenting Program. In part 1 of this interview, Sophie talks about parents learning how to teach children about dealing with emotions and feelings and even reduce tantrums. Read full article

Emotion Management – Emotional Control

Teaching children how to keep focus and manage their emotional reactions is a skill that will help them in the playground and the classroom. Children with an ability to manage their reactions to a feeling are less likely to harm others and are more likely to be popular with their peers. Read full article