Social-emotional development refers to the ability to form and sustain positive relationships; as well as the ability to experience, manage and express emotions. This skill is essential to form lasting bonds between family members, caregivers, and peers. Managing emotions during times of success, failure, embarrassment, and pride are also sources of stress for children but are necessary to experience and learn from as they age. If you want to learn more, contact Cogwheel Clinic today! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at (425)-748-7000.