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Tiny Humans, Big Emotions: Parent and Caregiver Workshop

We are excited to bring emotional development expert Alyssa Campbell to Carpenter-Carse Library! This workshop is free, but we ask that you register by calling us (802-482-2878), emailing Jill, or stopping by the front desk.

About Alyssa’s program:

How do you respond to the tantruming child beyond validating their emotion and letting them express? Should we talk about every feeling? How do you really build a comfort in experiencing a feeling without getting trapped in it as we see in anxiety and depression? How do you build children’s coping strategies to last a lifetime, moving away from coping mechanisms? When is it time to problem solve? How do we know when it’s okay to just let something happen and move forward? Should we tell them how their actions make us feel to build empathy?

About Alyssa:

Alyssa has an M.Ed. in early childhood, is a leading expert in emotional development. She speaks to people around the world as the podcast host for Voices of Your Village in over 60 countries. She is the founder and CEO of Seed & Sew. Alyssa was featured an an emotional development expert in publications such as The Washington Post, Kids VT, and Family Education.

After co-creating the Collaborative Emotion Processing (CEP) method, she researched it across the U.S. and co-authored a book on it (coming in 2020). Alyssa is deeply passionate about
building emotional intelligence as young as infancy, stating, “It’s never too early or too late to start.” Alyssa’s show up as you are approach welcomes people into her village to get support at all ages and stages, shame free. Her company, Seed & Sew, serves people across the globe through speaking, consulting, and podcasting, with tools to live without anxiety, build their emotion processing toolbox, and raise emotionally intelligent humans. The team and village at Seed & Sew believe that everyone can benefit from and find more joy when they commit to building emotional intelligence.

Babes in arms are welcome at this workshop.

Earlier Event: July 23
Youngster Story Time
Later Event: July 24
Summer Reading Club, Week 5