Self regulation with Dr. Laura Jana

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Thu 8 June 2017

16 mins

Paediatrician and author of the best selling book The Toddler BrainDr. Laura Jana joins Kinderling Conversation for a special three part series looking into how we interact with our children, and how to grow together.

In this first episode Laura explores self regulation for you and your kids, and how to practice it in your home.

You can listen to the second episode on teaching our children How To Play Well With Others, and the third in the series on Teaching Your Kids To Fail Well.

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