I think what this movie does brilliantly is that it touches upon relationships between parents and children, not from the outside but thinking what kind of emotions are going on inside them. It's really important in terms of relationships and emotionally, behaviourally and cognitively.
– Dr Sheila Redfern, who has written a book about Reflective Parenting
Today sees Pixar's latest 3D animation film, Inside Out, opening in UK cinemas. The film explores what goes on inside a child’s mind - a wonder for many parents.
Joining us to shed some light on what our little ones are really thinking is Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Dr Sheila Redfern, alongside journalist Angela Epstein, who also has an 11 year old daughter - the same age as Riley, the main character in the movie.
In order to build up an understanding, Sheila encourages people to start talking about feelings with their babies, even when changing a nappy!