An Introduction To Child Psychology

An Introduction into Child Psychology and how society and culture affect the child’s learning, development and behaviour.

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Course Highlights

  • Includes 31 lectures, over 1.5hrs of video content and handout materials.
  • Understand the attachment factor in newborn babies.
  • Learn about how our society and culture affect the child’s learning and development
  • Discover the 4 different parenting styles and how to recognise them.
  • The ideal companion for anyone interested in psychology and behaviour and the development of a child.

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An Introduction To Child Psychology
Elmira Strange
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Course requirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course

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Elmira Strange

Life Coach, Founder of "Career Woman; Success Academy", Speaker, Author

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This Child Psychology course provides a thorough introduction into a child’s behaviour and acts as a stepping stone towards a professional career as a child psychologist You will learn about the 4 parenting styles, the attachment factor and how culture and society impact the child’s learning and development

This course is led by Elmira Strange, a research psychologist who has worked with children and teenagers for many years. Elmira will teach you about behavioural therapies, counselling approaches & psychological theories behind the therapies that are being used today.

Elmira has designed this course for any students interested in the psyche of a child. If you work with children or want to pursue a career in counseling children, this course provides an ideal framework of behavior, development and acts as a fundamental introduction to the psychology of a child.