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Executive Functioning, Resilience, and Back to Basics Parenting

Executive Functioning, Resilience, and Back to Basics Parenting

Update: 2020-09-02
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Executive functioning (EF) refers to the foundational skill set required to manage daily life including behavior, attention, and self-management. For children, executive functioning is essential for academic performance in school as well as overall resilience and well-being. In this episode Mark Bertin, M.D., shares the research underlying executive functioning in children as well as his expertise in understanding its development. He offers tools for parents and educators to support children’s EF skills as well as provide interventions for kids who present with deficits. Finally, Dr. Bertin shares insights about the practicality of mindfulness, particularly as school resumes during the current pandemic.

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Executive Functioning, Resilience, and Back to Basics Parenting

Executive Functioning, Resilience, and Back to Basics Parenting

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