7 Carry On Factors for Resilience

Beauty of the new-born is that all they understand is there need of these big giants they observe called Adults.

And this appreciation leads them to observe, mimic and lean upon the big people around to learn how to behave, think and even feel. As that child grows the learnt behaviours, thoughts and feelings eventually produce the future child, teen and young adult. They too of their own accord would develop preferences and make choices for one reason or the other.  Still, it is we, the adults, who step in and train them and mold them, prepare them and empower them.

One of the most vital times for empowerment, is within the first twenty-four months as we respond to the well-known ‘cries and squeals’ of these little people.

2017 is fresh … and there are many newcomers around, so for those of us who have the opportunity to impact them in one way or the other, let’s be mindful and train them today to transform tomorrow!

Learn more from the KarryOn Early Education mini blog series….Tran them on this

7 Carry On Factors for Resilience

About Karry-On Services

Kerriann Toby holds a Master of Counselling and Bachelor of Psychology. She is a dynamic therapist, trained mediator; and educator since 2000. In addition to being a trained educator, mediator and therapist, she is a certified Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) Professional and a Board Certified Coach (BCC). Kerriann has also trained in cybercounselling and holds clinical registration with Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) & Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA). In mid-October 2015 she initiated operations of Karry-On Services.

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