Kid's Mental Health During Coronavirus: Fostering Resilience in Our Children Through Body Talk by Erica Hornthal

Mental Health
3 years ago

Kid's Mental Health During Coronavirus: Fostering Resilience in Our Children Through Body Talk

Are you a parent, educator, coach or therapist? Concerned about a child's behavior during this coronavirus pandemic?

As a parent and therapist I am very concerned about the youth during this time – the lack of social interaction, the loss of independence and the upheaval of schedules and routines. Do you know how to tell if your child is suffering emotionally? Want to know what you can do to be proactive about your child's mental health?

Teach them the skill of body talk. Body talk is about listening to your body's language and cues. The more in tune you are with the body and its cues, the more equipped you are to manage emotions and maintain positive mental health.

Now is the time to learn how to read your child's nonverbal communication, as well as help teach them how to listen to their own body cues. Let's build resilient children through body awareness! We can help them thrive through these challenging times. You might even find it useful yourself!

Check out this free ebook, My Body Talks. Share it with your networks, friends and families. Visit for more information.

The information on is for informational and entertainment purposes only, and should not be considered medical advice. The information provided through this site should not be used to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease, and is not a substitute for professional care. Always consult your personal healthcare provider.

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Interesting perspective. 💗
Elisa Schmitz
You're doing great work, Erica Hornthal . Thank you so much for sharing this with our community. Hope you are staying well during this challenging time!

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