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The Importance of Early Experiences: “Cultural overshadowing” is a significant barrier to helping our children and teens, especially when they display abnormal behavior. Dr. George Woods, a prominent African-American psychiatrist, used this term – cultural overshadowing - to describe children and teens who act out behaviorally, due to serious neurological, emotional, psychological trauma or mental health issues. Mais
The Importance of Early Experiences
We have to be honest enough to let parents understand the importance of early experiences and interactions with the child’s developing brain and subsequently their life.The brain is the seat of who we are and who we become. Children who are “brain ready” are “school ready” and usually do well socially, emotionally, cognitively, and behaviorally. They're ready to succeed in the classroom. Mais