Early childhood development is critical. Young or first-time parents do need to play an active role in their children’s development instead of leaving them in the trusting hands of the pre-school teachers who, in essence, may still be none the wiser in spite of fine educational and ealtj and wellness qualifications. For instance, how would a strangely unfamiliar educator be able to distinguish between a child’s perceived delinquency or the first signs of what could turn out to be gender dysphoria. Indeed, gender dysphoria is still something of a foreign subject to the best educators and teachers out there. But not always to therapists consulting out of their behavioral health hospital in louisville, ky.
Good parents also need to make certain that their evolving child who may well be ‘different’ from all others, is safe from gender prejudice at the pre and junior school levels, not just from their fellow classmates but from their teachers. Indeed, it is interesting to note, and research has shown this up in certain instances, that it is the young kids who first come to correctly (gender) identify their new playmate who appears to be ‘different’.
Needless to say that behavioral therapists also need to make absolutely certain that they too are devoid of all forms of prejudice at any level. It is not so much the moral or human rights cause that is at issue but prejudice or subjective behavior on the part of a therapist could deter him or her from doing his or her work in the correct manner, going on to achieve the successful or desired outcomes. Arguably the best qualification anyone can have when dealing successfully with young children’s (critical) early development is Love.
Won’t you all be safe out there.