Here's a versatile resource for creating fun, encouraging others and building conversation! This bundle of 'seriously optimistic' stickers contains sticker sheets from eight of our best loved resources. Use the stickers at workshops, conferences, in the classroom and for therapeutic activities. They're great for sticking on workbooks, journals, fridge doors, lunch boxes, name tags, mirrors, letters and cards ... and a thousand other places you haven't even thought of yet!
Whilst much has been written about the identification of resilience in children and their families, comparatively little has been written about what practitioners can do to support those children and families who need the most pressing help. Resilient Therapy explores a new therapeutic methodology designed to help children and young people find ways to keep positive when living amidst persistent disadvantage. Using detailed case material from a range of contexts, the authors illustrate how resilient mechanisms work in complex situations, and how resilient therapy works in real-life situations. In addition to... More info
Discussions with school children aged 5-11 reveal that there is still a degree of uncertainty amongst students about whether it is ok to ask questions about autism. Autism can be a sensitive topic, and is often not discussed in order to avoid awkward conversations. It is very important that children are made aware of what autism is, in order to encourage healthy friendships and understand that it is ok to talk about. By raising awareness of autism with children, it will become a less taboo subject, and will encourage... More info
“Parenting a child who doesn't know how to be parented is the most difficult job in the world.” Why Can't My Child Behave? Provides friendly expert advice on how to respond to difficult behaviours and emotions for parents of children with developmental trauma. Each chapter focusses on the common difficulties faced by carers or parents and features quick, applicable ideas with exercises and illustrations. How do you react to a child's difficult behaviour? How do you deal with your own negative emotions? How do you know when to be empathic? The... More info