Many people are currently sheltering in place or socially distancing due to COVID-19– and that means a great deal of time with family in one space. Being quarantined during the coronavirus outbreak with kids can be tough as limited time alone and lots of family togetherness can breed some big feelings like anger and frustration. How can we help our children? How can we help ourselves? This podcast will focus on how to help children cope with intense feelings such as anger or frustration. Wendy Young provides specific hands-on strategies, scripts and scientific background to help parents and educators know exactly what to do when feelings get big and behavior is challenged. How do you recognize anger cues? How do you calm down angry feelings? How do you devise an anger plan to help kids for the next time? Dr. Robyn Silverman’s expert guest, Wendy Young, provides what you need to talk to kids about anger and big intense feelings, right here.