ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ ПРОГРАММЫ ICDP В ФОРМИРОВАНИИ ЭМОЦИОНАЛЬНОГО БЛАГОПОЛУЧИЯ ДЕТЕЙ
Abstract. The International Child Development Programme (ICDP) is an effective practice of working with parents to improve their quality of interaction with children. ICDP is based on the idea that children can best be helped through the education and development of adults raising children. Such practices contribute to the well-being of children. As a result of education parents the basic principles of good interaction, which include showing love for the child, following the initiative of the child, praise and non-verbal communication with him/her; ability to concentrate the child 's attention on surrounding objects and phenomena, to give meaning to this, to expand the importance of the acquired knowledge, as well as to regulate the child 's behavior in a positive way, by gradually explaining the boundaries of the allowed - parents form a positive image of themselves as a teacher, confidence in themselves, their forces appear, which is projected on the situation of children. The child also has self-confidence, faith in success and readiness to overcome obstacles, a sense of security and trust in the world around him, which is the traditional psychological signs of emotional well-being. In addition, the program focuses on the development of emotional intelligence of parents. In the course of training under the ICDP program it is possible to develop the basic abilities of emotional intelligence of parents: identification of emotions, use of emotions, understanding of emotions and management of emotions for effective activity. Parents expand their emotional dictionary; learn to understand the causes of their emotional states and those of their children; understand what the prolonged presence of children in an emotional state can lead to; become able to effectively use or manage the current emotional state if the situation so requires. The developed emotional intelligence of parents contributes to the formation of emotional well-being of their children.