Product Number : 1001A
Help children express emotions such as sadness, anger, disbelief, and more
Losing a parent is a profoundly life-changing event for a child. This family gently guides families through the feelings, thoughts, and wishes that children experience when a parent dies, and offers helpful tools for lasting hope and happiness.
Written for children who may not survive their illness or for the children who know them, the second edition of this tender and touching tale helps address feelings of disbelief, anger, and sadness, along with love and compassion.
Josh needs to learn better ways to get his mad feelings out. With the help of a chart of smiley faces, he starts to use his words, rather than angry actions to get along better with others.
Learning to cope with ambivalence is one of the greatest challenges in a child's emotional development. In the second edition of this delightful and engaging book, a series of familiar situations illustrates the common yet uncomfortable experience of having two contrasting feelings at the same time.
One of the most popular tools used in child psychotherapy The questions and directions in each set of cards include items that are not anxiety provoking to items that are...
Fun way to teach empathy, communication skills, self-awareness, social awareness, relationship skills, self-management, and responsible decision-making. Easily integrated into existing programs! For 2-6 players Ages: 6-14 The Social and Emotional...
Help participants gain insights into themselves Can be used with groups or individual sessions Includes 72 cards, plus instructions Ages: 12 and up Written by Lynn Bunnell, M.S. Ed, CTRS,...
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Open-ended questions spark discussion about self-confidence, goal setting, role models, motivation, personal success, and happiness Includes 48 cards with over 150 questions For 2 or more players Ages: 8 and...