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Coping skills for kids workbook : over 75 coping strategies to help kids deal with stress, anxiety and anger / by Janine Halloran

By: Halloran, Janine.
Publisher: Eau Claire, WI : PESI Publishing & Media, 2018Description: xi, 120 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781683731221.Subject(s): STRESS MANAGEMENT | CHILDREN | COPING BEHAVIOUR | JUVENILE LITERATURE
Contents:
Anote to professionals working with kids. - A note to parents/guardians. - A note to kids. -Section 1: Introduction. - SECTION 2: CALMING COPING SKILLS. - Deep breathing techniques. - Mindfulness meditation and yoga. - Grounding techniques. - Other calming tecniques. - SECTION 3: DISTRACTION COPING SKILLS. - SECTION 4: PHYSICAL COPING SKILLS. - Small physical movements. - Big physical movements. - SECTION 5: PROCESSING COPING SKILLS. - Identifying thoughts and feelings. - Expressing thoughts and feelings. - SECTION 6: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER. - SECTION 7: RESOURCES
Summary: "The Coping Skills Workbook is an excellent resource for parents (and educators) who want to help the children in their lives learn important, timeless skills for self-soothing. Filled with concrete suggestions and instructions, this workbook allows parents to teach their kids to cope with the stressors that they will inevitably encounter in their day to day lives. This workbook also functions as a layperson's primer on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, helping parents teach kids how to reframe their cognitions and change their behaviors to feel more calm and in control." - Dr. Samantha Rodman, Psychologist.
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Anote to professionals working with kids. - A note to parents/guardians. - A note to kids. -Section 1: Introduction. - SECTION 2: CALMING COPING SKILLS. - Deep breathing techniques. - Mindfulness meditation and yoga. - Grounding techniques. - Other calming tecniques. - SECTION 3: DISTRACTION COPING SKILLS. - SECTION 4: PHYSICAL COPING SKILLS. - Small physical movements. - Big physical movements. - SECTION 5: PROCESSING COPING SKILLS. - Identifying thoughts and feelings. - Expressing thoughts and feelings. - SECTION 6: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER. - SECTION 7: RESOURCES

"The Coping Skills Workbook is an excellent resource for parents (and educators) who want to help the children in their lives learn important, timeless skills for self-soothing. Filled with concrete suggestions and instructions, this workbook allows parents to teach their kids to cope with the stressors that they will inevitably encounter in their day to day lives. This workbook also functions as a layperson's primer on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, helping parents teach kids how to reframe their cognitions and change their behaviors to feel more calm and in control." - Dr. Samantha Rodman, Psychologist.

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