9780593196601

Anger Management Skills Workbook for Kids

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  • ISBN13:

    9780593196601

  • ISBN10:

    0593196600

  • Edition: Workbook
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2020-02-25
  • Publisher: Diversified Publ

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Summary

Help Your Child Learn Anger Management Skills for a Lifetime.

While some children instinctively know how to regulate their emotions, plenty of others lack the skills they need to express their anger in healthy and effective ways. This warm, engaging workbook helps children ages 5-10 develop strong skills for managing their anger through 40 fun activities.

From identifying their feelings and challenging negative thinking patterns to practicing healthy coping skills when angry feelings arise, kids will learn to feel calmer and more in control--and to form better relationships with family and friends and ease problems at school. A bonus section at the end of each chapter encourages kids and their families to practice the skills they've learned for even greater success.

Here's what you'll find in the Anger Management Skills Workbook for Kids:

    SIX ESSENTIAL SKILLS everybody needs to find calm and control.
    40 AWESOME ACTIVITIES that help kids develop these important skills.
    BONUS GAMES AND EXERCISES at the end of each chapter to practice the skills learned with family and friends.

This positive, interactive book will help your child calm down, cope, and cool a hot temper with skills that will last them a lifetime.

Author Biography

Amanda Robinson is a licensed professional counselor and registered play therapist in private practice, where she works with children and teens with anxiety, anger, and trauma and facilitates parenting groups. She is currently the president of her local chapter of the Texas Association for Play Therapy and the secretary of the Austin Sandtray Association. She lives in Austin, Texas.

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