Product Number : 374263
Life Management Skills Book II
Written by Kathy L. Korb-Khalsa, OTR/L; Estelle A. Leutenberg; and Stacey D. Azok, OTR/L. This book is filled with fun, innovative, and informative reproducible activity handouts and is organized in a logical manner, designed for specific well-defined purposes, and is activity-based allowing for extensive client involvement. The handouts are adaptable and have a broad usage enabling therapists, social workers, nurses, teachers, psychologists, counselors, and other professionals to focus on specific goals with their specified population. Some of the topics in the book include anger management, communication: verbal and nonverbal, coping skills, parenting, steps to recovery, grief/loss, stress management, and more. 104 pages, spiral-bound, includes CD of activities.
Life Management Skills Cards II
Topics: Activities of Daily Living Anger Management, Assertion,Communication: Verbal, Communication, Coping Skills, Grief/Loss, Humor, Life Balance, Money Management, Parenting, Reminiscence, Safety, Self-Esteem, Recovery, Stress Management, Support Systems, and Time Management. Spiral bound, 112-128 pages, CD included. 63 Cards plus 9 blanks in each deck.
This book is also part of the Life Management Skills Books & Cards Set.
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