Product Number : AY-36
Learning to Feel Good and Stay Cool
by Judith M. Glasser, PhD, and Kathleen Nadeau, PhD, illustrated by Charles Beyl
Get ready to take charge of your emotions and start feeling better!
Learning to Feel Good and Stay Cool offers practical tools to help kids understand and manage unwanted feelings through simple daily habits. With specific tips for children with ADHD, all sections are easily applicable for use with children with autism spectrum disorder or any emotional regulation challenges.
Illustrated with engaging cartoons, the book is divided into easy to use sections that show you how to:
Learning to Feel Good and Stay Cool also includes a note and resources for parents.
Hardcover, 128 pages, 6" × 9"
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