It is frustrating for children and their families when a child can’t recognise or safely express their emotions. This book will explain why many children, including children with disabilities struggle to learn about and manage their emotions and then it will give you practical strategies to support them to do so.These strategies require 5-20 minutes a day and are suitable for all people regardless of their age, challenges and their support needs. However, whilst children are still learning about their emotions they need the adults around them to help them manage their emotions. This book will provide you with 3 key practical and easy to implement strategies that will be of use when helping children to manage their emotions before they are able to do so unaided.This book uses evidence based strategies that the author has been implementing in schools and pre-schools in Australia and New Zealand for several years. Every child who has been using the strategies described in this book has developed more understanding of their emotions and been able to express them more safely after 8-10 weeks. The author has also used these strategies in her private practice with a range of adults, who have said that they feel calmer and more in control. This book provides parents and educators with all the tools they need to support children and young people to develop the practical skills needed to learn to understand and effectively express their emotions. It provides the neuroscience and biological explanations behind why children loose control and practical activities to help them develop their interoception, the very foundation of being able to self-manage and self-regulate emotions.