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More than Happy, Sad, and Mad

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This session will highlight the importance of young children’s abilities to identify and understand the impact of emotions for themselves and others. Strategies will be presented that teachers can use to support young children in this important area that serves as the foundation for success in school and life. The session will share environmental characteristics, materials, daily routines as well as planned activities that support children’s social emotional development.

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DBH contracts with community based providers to provide mental health services and supports. You can contact a provider of your choice directly or call the Access Helpline for assistance. DBH certifies each provider to ensure conformity to federal and District regulations and monitors quality of care.

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