How Can I Help?


Children's Books

Ginger Welch

Gryphon House

Language of origin

Infos :

136 pages


A Teacher’s Guide to Early Childhood Behavioral Health

Sometimes misbehavior isn’t what it seems. Many children come to care with early signs of mental- or behavioral-health issues. Early childhood professionals are often the first to notice that something is different.

How Can I Help? is a practical guide that helps educators first identify issues and then create nurturing, safe, and successful learning environments to set up all children for success.

Learn how to:

  • Promote mental health for all children in your care
  • Identify signs of behavioral-health issues in children and family members
  • Support children who have specific behavioral-health difficulties
  • Work with the families of children with behavioral-health challenges

Ginger Welch

Ginger Welch, Ph.D. is Clinical Associate Professor and Infant Mental Health Specialist at Oklahoma State University. She is a private practice psychologist specializing in evaluation and consultation services to infants and young children, including those who have been abused or neglected. She also serves children with chronic or serious health conditions including Sickle Cell Disease, cancer, and prematurity. She has presented her work on child maltreatment at many national conferences including the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the American Psychological Association, and the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. She has also taught nationally and internationally on topics related to child development, child abuse, and counseling, and is the author of one tween fiction novel, "The Dream Reader." She lives in Oklahoma City and is the proud mom of one daughter, Addy Grace.
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