Children and Emotional Intelligence
May 9, 2022
Hosted by Dr. Pauline Belton
Children are an important part of our society and families. They add value and purpose to our lives in a variety of ways and ranges. Teaching children social-emotional skills early are essential for connecting with others! They help them learn, understand and manage their emotions, build healthy relationships, and feel empathy. Do you know that teaching babies social-emotional skills is just as important? Let's join the conversation; children and social-emotional intelligence with Your Therapy Doctor will shed some light on new studies and ways to teach children social-emotional skills from birth to 21.
Your Therapy Doctor
Monday at 9AM PST/12PM EST on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
Tune into Your Therapy Doctor hosted by Mental Health Specialist and Licensed Professional Counselor, Dr. Pauline Belton. Dr. Belton shares her expertise on mental health education, awareness, relationships, self-care, mental health diagnosis, therapies, and topics surrounding trauma, picking the therapist for you, getting yourself ready for therapy and so much more. Everybody Deserves A Therapist, if you are living life and experiencing life and want the best out of it, a therapist is your best bet. Having someone to check in with, logically and therapeutically bounce ideas off, gain coping strategies and skills to live the best life for you is an option. It's time join the conversation with Your Therapy Doctor hosted by Dr Pauline Belton.
Dr. Pauline Belton
Dr Pauline Belton is a licensed clinical professional counselor, board certified hypnotherapist, educational specialist, and psychological diagnostician. Dr Belton is a mental health specialist Mental health specialist with a passion for educating, advocating and bringing awareness to Mental Healthcare for everyone. With over 25 years of mental healthcare experience in school systems, public and private sector, Dr Belton is excited to host Your Therapy Doctor and reach even more listeners eager to know more about mental health.