Category Archives: Development

Teaching Honesty Teaches Resilience To the Ups and Downs of Life

Teaching Honesty Teaches Resilience To the Ups and Downs of Life Teaching children to be honest about their thoughts and emotions promotes safety in the sharing of feelings. WBC’s Services Coordinator, family therapist, and Mindful Parenting Lead Facilitator, Sasha Hawkes, says, “If … Continue reading

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Child-Centered Play

Children learn about the world and themselves through play. Playtime can also be a wonderful opportunity for you to bond with your child — to let her know you “get” who she is and what she might be thinking and … Continue reading

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