Raise Your Child’s Social IQ: Stepping Stones to People Skills for Kids
Parents, this book offers direct, sense-making, step-by-step exercises that you can do with your children to increase their social skills and awareness. Based on the highly successful social skills taught for many years in Cathi Cohen’s training groups, Raise Your Child’s Social IQ provides parents with the structure to work on skills at home—how to join a group, how to choose friends, how to notice what people around them are feeling, how to handle angry feelings and much, much more. This updated version features new sections on cyberbullying and social media.
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I’ve Had It! Six Surefire Ways to Keep the Peace at Home
Parenting is an ongoing process, and parenting competencies are learned, practiced and improved upon like any other set of skills. You will find in this book proactive steps you can take to enable you to have a more peaceful home environment with stronger relationships and more cooperative children. Based on the highly successful social skills taught for many years in Cathi Cohen’s training groups, I’ve Had It! provides parents with the structure to work on skills at home. Receive one chapter each week, including fillable worksheets to apply the skills you have learned.
Outnumbered, Not Outsmarted: An A to Z Guide to Working with Kids and Teens in Groups
Working with groups of kids can be tremendously satisfying—it can also be challenging and frustrating. If you’re a teacher, an athletic coach, a camp counselor or anyone responsible for overseeing a group of kids, this book is for you! Outnumbered, Not Outsmarted! gives you the comprehensive resources you need to deal with the most common problems that arise among children in group settings. With great advice on everything from dealing with bullying to the right way to discipline, this useful guide will help you put your best foot forward as an adult leader.
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Stepping Stones to Building Friendships
Many children have difficulty making friends on their own; they need help. Research has shown that social skills can be taught and the most dramatic improvements are accomplished in a group setting. Camp, with its new people and activities, is a natural setting to develop social skills and build strong friendships. Stepping Stones to Building Friendships is designed to proactively teach the social skills that children need to make and keep friends through a combination of skill building during “friendship meetings” and social skills coaching throughout the camp session. This multi-dimensional approach was originally developed as part of the Stepping Stones program, a social skills group therapy training program for children from 4 to 18 years old, and the techniques have been modified for use by camp counselors.
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