Who Am I?

I am a master of Clinical Psychology and an Early Childhood Educator. I believe with happier children; there will be a merrier world. How can we nurture a happy child? Only with having accurate knowledge about children and have the children’s love at heart. I want to do my part to get closer to this essential goal and make the world a happier place with all my heart. I completed my bachelor’s and master’s degree in Clinical Psychology in 2016. I worked and volunteered in a Psychological organization for adults and children involved in a family with at least one cancer patient.

Why Do We Believe to Make a Happy World We Need Happy Children?

Brain development is most rapid in the early years of life. When the quality of stimulation, support, and nurturance is deficient, child development is seriously affected. Brain development and knowing how to stimulate and nurture it is one issue that shows the importance of the role of the Early Childhood Educator.

The effects of early disadvantage on children can be reduced. Early interventions for disadvantaged children lead to improvements in children’s survival, health, growth, and cognitive and social development. This matter shows that if the educator finds it out as soon as possible and report it to do early interventions, these problems won’t lead to terrible disadvantages in the children’s lifetime.

Children who receive assistance in their early years achieve more success at school. As adults, they have higher employment and earnings, better health, and lower levels of welfare dependence and crime rates than those who don’t have these early opportunities.

Efforts to improve early child development are an investment, not a cost. Available cost-benefit ratios of early intervention indicate that for every dollar spent on improving early child development, returns can be on average 4 to 5 times the amount invested, and in some cases, much higher. The excellent and knowledgeable attitudes of an Early Childhood Educator toward children leads to the upbringing of healthy people in society. 

Reference: unicef.org