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Category: Social Topics

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  • As children complete the exercises in Cool, Calm, and Confident, they will develop the assertiveness skills they need to build self-esteem, stop being bullied or bullying others, and stand up for themselves in healthy, nonaggressive ways.

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  • Kids often have strong emotions. But if a child’s emotions interfere with school, alienate them from their peers, or cause constant conflicts at home, parents need resources to help calm the chaos. In this much-needed guide, two dialectical behavior therapists offer an activity-based workbook for kids who struggle with anger, mood-swings, and emotional and behavioral dysregulation. Using the skills outlined in this book, kids will be able to manage their emotions, get along with others, and do better in school.

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  • Don’t Pick on Me is a workbook that includes more than forty ten-minute activities children can do with their parents to practice new skills drawn from emotional intelligence theory and research for dealing with bullies.

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  • Dr. Sisemore’s book draws on scientifically proven strategies for dealing with childhood anxiety. Each simple activity in this collection helps teach children how to stop worrying, overcome their fears, and enjoy being kids. The activities can be used in counseling sessions or as homework exercises.

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  • This activity book helps children acquire the skills to make and keep new friends, including: choosing friends with common interests, reading non-verbal cues, and developing specific communication skills like inviting a child to a party or talking on the phone. The book is designed for the estimated 30-40% of children who find themselves socially isolated or rejected by their peers. Simple, fun activites to help kids: Find deep and lasting friendships; Develop give-and-take relationships; Cope with rejection and disappointment.

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  • Children are experiencing anxiety more than ever before. In The Mindfulness Workbook for Anxious Kids, two child psychologists offer fun and effective mindfulness and emotion regulation activities to help kids cope with anxiety, panic, stress, fear, and worry. Using the skills outlined in this workbook, young readers will learn ways to stay calm and balance their emotions—whether they’re at school, with friends, or at home.

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  • Kids often need extra help managing their emotions, and this is especially true when it comes to anger. The Anger Workbook for Kids offers clinically proven, hands-on activities grounded in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) to help kids manage anger, regulate their emotions, handle conflict with peers, and express big feelings in healthier ways.

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  • Anxiety in children is on the rise, and recent research has uncovered a link between highly imaginative children and anxiety. Using engaging illustrations and fun activities based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help kids understand anxiety in relation to their vivid imaginations, this Instant Help workbook presents a unique approach to help children harness the power of their imaginations to reduce anxiety and build self-esteem.

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  • Gifted children are often seen as intellectually or academically blessed; however, being gifted can also create unique challenges. In this workbook, a therapist and parent of three gifted kids offers activities and strategies based in mindfulness and self-compassion to help children ages 7 to 12 embrace their uniqueness, navigate social relationships, boost self-confidence, reduce stress and overwhelm, and balance emotions.

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  • In order to grow into successful and happy adults, kids need to learn perseverance, tenacity, and self-control. Based on the latest research in psychology, this is the first workbook written directly for kids to help them develop “grit,” a trait that embodies stamina, a growth mindset, and resilience—the ability to bounce back despite challenges.  

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  • Children with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) may suffer from obsessive thinking, use rituals to soothe their anxiety, and act compulsively in ways that are disruptive and sometimes harmful. As parents know all too well, OCD can greatly interfere with school, friends, and home life. In this important and much-needed Instant Help workbook, kids will learn to identify obsessions and compulsions, understand them, and use simple tools based in exposure and response prevention to cope with and overcome OCD.

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  • The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook for Kids offers parents a variety of techniques they can use to help their children relax, unwind, and deal constructively with common stressors such as divorce, loss of a loved one, a family move, starting at a new school, and more.

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  • Many children experience anxious thoughts, worry about the unknown, or are afraid to try new things. In The Worry Workbook for Kids, two respected psychologists offer simple, action-based activities grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help young readers ages seven to twelve conquer their fear of uncertainty, set and accomplish goals, and—most importantly—bring fun and adventure back into their lives.

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