A weakness of counsellor support is that children and young people may find it hard to go to a counsellor at the beginning for support. “At Way Forward we do understand how difficult it is to make that initial contact with a counsellor or even to walk through the door for the first time." Wayforaward counselling accessed on 01/02/18.This may be due to them worrying over what other children and young people may think. Another weakness of gaining support from a counselor is that young children may not find it useful due to having to communicate with people face to face. Another weakness for children and young people may be that they may find it hard to speak to a counselor as they may feel as if they are going to be judge or not taken seriously.
National Sleep Foundation says “Without enough sleep at night the body does not have enough time to complete memory consolidation. Then when they wake up less prepared to concentrate, make decisions, or engage fully in school and social activities .” In conclusion I think that stress can change a student’s life dramatically if it is not dealt with. Stress is caused by school which can lead to having pressure to do well at school. Pressure from school and home can lead students to become mentally unstable which could lead to physical
When an infant is frequently terrified, which triggers the brain to produce too many stress hormones early in life, it can cause the brain to become incapable of responding normally to stress. Later in life, the infant may become hypervigilant (always on the alert) or (emotionally flat) never happy, sad or angry (Berger, 2011). When stress is being prolonged in young children, it can stop or slow down brain development. Many young children have their frontal lobes not fully developed, this makes it difficult for their brain to respond rationally to stress. The comfort and reassurance of safety by the caregivers can help young children handle stress and stay
These signs can lead parents to notice their child have a difficult to deal with life in different ways as a result of these cases they will try to solve problems with professional to develop their child academic and behavioral . Autism faces many problems to deal with others children in their age or adults, For Example the child with autism he /she can’t play in open door places because there is noise different sounds can distribute he / she ,in addition it more crowded so that will effect negatively for their social behavior , Anther's issues they face is academic problems because of poor relationships they can’t speak clear language they cannot participate in classroom or have any conversation with
On the other hand, parents who rarely leave their children with people who the child isn’t familiar with tend to show low social interactions and are far more emotionally unstable. These children tend to react badly when left with a strange person or when starting playschool, and they don’t cope well with the new environment at first and also it takes them a little longer to get used to the new surroundings and new faces. Another phycologist, Lev Vygotsky, outlines his theory of child development, that “children learn actively and through hands-on experiences” [Vygotsky, 1962] I totally agree and relate to this theory as
Every child have a very fragile inner qualities that could be affected even if the problem is quite small for us. The experience and incidence they gone through during their childhood period will determine their future behaviour. Back to the case, when parents are fighting, the children will think that they are the cause why their parents are quarrelling and they might have thoughts that if they do not exist, their parents will not be like they used to be and things will be much more better. This thoughts could create a serious impairment in children’s behaviour internally or externally. Besides marital conflict, child abuse could also lead to externalizing problems in those girls.
Preschooler are likely to become very distressed during visit exchanges. Although children between the ages of about 6 to 8 continue to have fantasies about reconciling their parents, they are less likely to blame themselves for the divorce. Children at this age have been found to experience intense grief over the loss of not having one of their parents living with them” (Foulkes-Jamison). Divorce can cause panic, low self-esteem, depression, lack of eagerness, and many other things. When caused by divorce, a child may have the tendencies to blame themselves, have separation issues, and not come to the realization that they are not at fault for the split until when they are older.
This external distractor will influence the child’s performance and hence not reflecting the true stage of development of the child. The child may be unwell on the day of observation. Language barrier is another area that may hinder the performance of a child. The performance of children may not be representative of his/her ability due to incompetency of the English language and not the inability to perform the task correctly and hence not reflecting the authentic stage of development (Woolfork & Perry,
According to Longman dictionary "neglect is pay not enough attention to, or ignore ''.The primary caregiver includes many things that can be affect the children’s behavior, and health during early childhood, such as caregiver’s age, the big age difference can make a gap between the child and the parent, and make the parent more violent and aggressive with their children, and also the parents who are very young and lack of experience of taking care for children are more likely to neglect child's need. For example; teenage parent or single parent never learned the skills necessary for good parenting. On the other hand we can look at the caregiver’s marital status, if the couple have problem in their marriage that may inflict their children emotionally. or if the they are separated, this can make violence between the parents and their children, because of stressors. Third, their education level, there are many parents that did not complete their study after high school or even did not complete the high school.
Some of these reasons can be moving to a new environment, not knowing anyone, missing home, and missing family and friends. Homesickness is an unpleasant and stressful experience for students. For some students this is mild, but for