The following stage is to translate knowledge into informed and effective front-line practice.
All too frequently, a lack of self-control causes young people who are already struggling to make things worse for themselves.
Emotional outbursts and excessively violent and volatile behavior, whether in the community, early childhood settings, schools, or within families, result in situations swiftly spiraling out of control.
Some of the most recent brain research has revealed how early childhood events impact the growing brain and how disproportionately aggressive and volatile behavior has its origins in early childhood trauma: an anxious, fearful, or angry mind will not learn!
This growth and development contribute to a child's executive functioning and working memory. Supporting a child's self-regulation development builds the abilities we require as we grow.
Emotion Coaching can have a significant influence on these children's life prospects. In reality, if adults practice Emotion Coaching, every child will benefit from the skills and tactics that teach them where emotions originate from and how to cope with them.