Help your child identify, understand, and take control of their feelings with the kid-friendly cognitive behavioral therapy and self-regulation exercises in this easy-to-use workbook.
When children have difficulty self-regulating, it can make it harder for them to get along with peers and family members, hurt their academic achievement, and inhibit their ability to complete activities of daily living. That’s where this book comes in. In this evidence-based workbook, the reader follows the journey of a child just like them—who experiences all kinds of emotions and thoughts and learns how to take control of them.
The Self-Regulation Workbook for Kids allows kids to explore and express their feelings, guided by a relatable character and reinforced through interactive worksheets and proven exercises. The CBT-based activities and advice in this workbook will empower children with concrete coping skills and techniques that they can return to each and every time they start to feel upset or stressed.
Jenna Berman is a therapist with offices in Brooklyn, New York, and Montclair, New Jersey. She received a degree in psychology from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, a master’s degree in social work from Columbia University, and post-graduate training at the Ackerman Institute for the Family and NYU. Jenna has a range of experience working in outpatient mental health, school, residential, and medical settings. Jenna is passionate about helping children and adolescents feel empowered to overcome obstacles and reach their potential. She currently resides in Montclair, New Jersey, with her partner Colin, their daughter Natasha, and their two cats Benson and Stabler.
Publisher: Bloom Books for Young Readers (August 3, 2021)