Below are links to articles about the different stages of childhood development.

  • Early childhood education (up to age 4)

  • Primary (ages 4 to 8)

  • Middle school (ages 9 to 12)

  • High school (ages 13 to 18)

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The internet offers a wealth of parenting knowledge, but not everything is based on sound research.


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"How parents shape their children's mental health," CNN, October 4, 2020

"Age-appropriate conversations about anxiety and depression can achieve a number of things. For one, talking to your kids normalizes these feelings and show children that it's OK to acknowledge and express them. Secondly, communication ensures children know a parent's stress and anxiety aren't the kids' fault. Lastly, when parents talk about what they are doing to deal with these feelings, they are showing their children how to deal with hard feelings of their own."

Parenting Guides,

"Benchmarks and tips for your child's academic, physical and social emotional growth."

When do Teens Feel Loved by Their Parents-  Maryam Abdullah UC Berkeley

Protective Factors Video

Help parents to find resources, support, or coping strategies that allow them to parent effectively, even under stress.