#184: Designing Developmental Playspace & 3-Year-Old Major Meltdowns

#184: Designing Developmental Playspace & 3-Year-Old Major Meltdowns

By Erin Royer, MA Clinical Psychology, Child Development Specialist

A mom asks about some major meltdowns from her 3 year old that go on for 20-40 minutes over small things, like food breaking. She's tried play therapy, making sure physically all is ok. She has no idea what else to try. She turns to Erin for any additional tips for helping her daughter with her emotional outbursts. But first Erin answers another mom's question looking for some tips about setting up a developmental play space for children, infants through 8.

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