Head Start Mental Health Services Newsletter: October 2016: Social Emotional Development and Challenging Behaviors

Children's challenging behaviors are top concerns for early care and education teachers. Many parents are also frustrated when their children exhibit behaviors such as biting, tantrums, excessive crying, or extreme shyness. When teaching and caring for young children it is key to understand and address these behaviors. In this issue of the Mental Health Services newsletter, explore resources that can help staff and parents support children’s social and emotional development. Also, learn how to prevent and appropriately address young children’s challenging behaviors.

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Topic:Mental Health

Keywords:Challenging behaviors

Resource Type: Newsletter

Audience: Families

Last Updated: April 25, 2018