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Reading With Babies (Teacher version)
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Parents, Teachers, and Therapists Using Child-Directed Play Therapy and Coaching Skills to Promote Children’s Social and Emotional Competence and Build Positive Relationships

By: Carolyn Webster-Stratton and Jamila Reid (2009)

The development of emotional self-regulation and social competence in the early years plays a critical role in shaping the ways in which children think, learn, react to challenges, and develop relationships throughout their lives. Thus, early intervention efforts designed to assist parents, teachers, and child therapists to promote children’s optimal social and emotional competencies and reduce behavior problems can help lay a positive foundation and put children on a trajectory for future success.

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