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Adaptive Behavior

ADHD

Asperger's Syndrome

Assessment

Autism

Behavior

Counseling

DSM-5

Early Childhood

Gifted

Inclusion

Intelligence

Learning Disabilities

Parenting

Pre-Referral

Reading

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Self-Esteem

Social Skills

Speech and Language

Study Skills

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COUNSELING

CULTIVATING KINDNESS IN SCHOOL
Activities That Promote Integrity, Respect, and Compassion
in Elementary and Middle School Students


by Ric Stuecker

© 2004

 

Item #ARP5230

This training program, which includes 72 classroom and school-wide activities, is built around Three Basic Rules: being kind to ourselves, being kind to one another, and being kind to this space; and The Kindness Pledge: seeking to be positive, putting down put-downs, honoring our differences, discovering our similarities, healing our hurts, listening to one another, honoring heroes, reaching higher for success, and living our dreams. During the program, students are rewarded and recognized for their acts of kindness. Cultivating Kindness promotes a positive school environment, lowers tension among groups, decreases the number of disciplinary reports, and teaches students the social skills they need to be successful adults. Grades 4-8.

 

207 Pages/Paperback  
ARP5230 Cultivating Kindness in School $33.00

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THINKING, FEELING, BEHAVING
An Emotional Education Curriculum for Children
&
THINKING, FEELING, BEHAVING
An Emotional Education Curriculum for Adolescents


by Ann Vernon

© 1989

 

Item #ARP22
This comprehensive and easy-to-use curriculum is based on the principles of Rational Emotive Therapy. It helps students learn to use positive mental health concepts in overcoming irrational beliefs, negative feelings and attitudes, and the negative consequences that may result. The curriculum consists of two separate volumes one for children (grades 1-6) and one for adolescents (grades 7-12). Each volume contains 90 field-tested activities that have been arranged by grade level. Activities are organized into five categories: Self-Acceptance, Feelings, Beliefs and Behavior, Problem Solving/Decision Making, and Interpersonal Relationships.


302 Pages/Paperback  
ARP6597 Thinking, Feeling, Behaving (Grades 1-6) (includes CD) $51.70

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292 Pages/Paperback  
ARP6600 Thinking, Feeling, Behaving (Grades 7-12) (includes CD) $51.70

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TALK WITH TEENS ABOUT
WHAT MATTERS TO THEM
Ready-to-Use Discussions on Stress, Identity, Feelings,
Relationships, Family, and the Future

by Jean Sunde Peterson, Ph.D.

© 2011

Item #AFS23845
All young people can benefit from a safe, supportive place to “just talk” with caring peers and an attentive adult about the issues that really matter to them. Talk with Teens About What Matters to Them gives you the resources you need to create that place through guided small-group discussions. These discussions provide teens with opportunities for articulating their feelings, building self-esteem, affirming themselves, and more. The discussion
sessions in this book
  • support teens’ social and emotional development;
  • reach out to young people using proven methods;
  • help teens feel more in control of their lives;
  • help build self-esteem and self-awareness in teens;
  • focus on topics important to teens which encompasses areas such as stress, identity, feelings, relationships, family, and the future;
  • give teens practice in problem solving and goal setting; and
  • help young people feel less alone, having realized that they have much in common with one another.
Each step-by-step discussion session is clear, self-contained, and many include reproducible handouts. Introductory and background materials offer practical tips and guidance, allowing even less-experienced group leaders to feel prepared and confident in their role. Ideal for advising teachers, counselors, and youth workers in all kinds of school and group settings, this book meets the American School Counselor Association’s national standards for academic, career, and personal/social and emotional development. Grades 6-12.

 

282 Pages/Paperback

 
AFS23845 Talk with Teens About What Matters to Them $44.00

Item #AFS23845

 

WHAT WORKS WHEN
WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
A Handbook of Individual Counseling Techniques


by Ann Vernon

© 2002

 

Item #ARP50
This practical handbook is designed for counselors, social workers, and psychologists in schools and mental health settings. It offers over 100 creative activities and effective interventions for individual counseling with children and adolescents (ages 6-18). The activities include stories, songs, games, worksheets, role plays, and other strategies that address problems, such as anger, anxiety/worry, depression, underachievement, procrastination, perfectionism, self-downing, and acting out. The interventions, which are based on the principles of rational emotive behavior therapy, can be used for helping students with normal developmental issues as well as for helping those with more serious emotional or behavioral problems. Also included is a chapter on working with parents and teachers.

344 Pages/Paperback  
ARP6610 What Works When with Children and Adolescents (includes CD) $55.00

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