November 30, 2020
In an interview with Popsugar, Amy Shohet, an Early Childhood Mental Health Clinician at StarVista’s Healthy Homes program, discussed emotional-regulation strategies parents can use for their children.
“Amy Shohet, a licensed clinical social worker for the early-childhood program Healthy Homes, suggests using the five senses as a guide. For some children, regulating activities might be auditory (i.e. singing, music), for others, it could be tactile (i.e. Play-Doh, weighted blanket), for many, it could be movement (i.e. rocking, walking), and so on…”