By Eliana Gil PhD, Matthew D. Selekman MSW
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*Incorporates two decades of medical event and the continuing improvement of Gil's influential integrative approach.
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For emotion-coaching parents, negative affect is not seen as dangerous, but as healthy and even positively contributing to the child’s development. Children of emotion-coaching parents are more able to regulate their emotions and problem-solve. They trust their own feelings because these feelings have been validated by their parents. , 2012). , 1996). The differences between these parenting styles also have serious consequences for the way a child’s brain processes what Gottman calls “withdrawal emotions,” which are sadness, fear, and disgust, all of which contribute to a person’s desire to pull away from the world (Gottman, 1999).
2006; Gottman & DeClaire, 1997). There are considerable consequences for children raised with these first three styles of parenting. , 2006). Children of laissez-faire parents also experience problems regulating their emotions and may struggle to get along with peers and make friends (Gottman & DeClaire, 1997). , 1996; Gottman, 1999). 244). Gottman followed Ginott’s (1965) belief that learning about emotions is state-dependent; in other words, children learn best about anger when they are actually angry.
32 Play in Family Therapy Some may find it difficult to work with clients of different generations who are at dissimilar stages of cognitive and language development. Many are more comfortable with adults and often direct their attention primarily to parents, using language that may be beyond the child’s comprehension. They fail to recognize that young children are often limited in their comprehension and ability to use language, and that it may be challenging for them to express their feelings or thoughts in a primarily adult way (Gondor, 1957).
Play in Family Therapy, Second Edition by Eliana Gil PhD, Matthew D. Selekman MSW