Check out this article on social-emotional development in children. Here's an excerpt:
"As such, one important implication for policy is that teaching children to experience and express sympathy (sadness over hurting others emotionally or physically), being able to trust others and one’s power to make a positive contribution, and regulate negative emotions in the context of conflict and victimization are all capacities that need to be(come) a common part of psychological preventive approaches aimed at preventing violence and promoting mental health in children."
Social-emotional development is critical to prevent youth violence July 30, 2020/0 Comments/in Mentoring Research, Research from Related Fields, Uncategorized /by Monica Arkin Malti, T. (2020). Children and Violence: Nurturing Social‐Emotional Development to Promote Mental Health. Social Policy Re...
With Back To School uncertainty across the Nation looming, it could be a good time for families to look toward community support, to help Youth through this transition. Mentoring Groups could be a very empowering and secure space to support these emerging needs.