Helping Young Children Manage Frustration & Anger (worrywoo Companion Series) [Dr. John Irvine ] (Tapa Blanda)

Modelo 9780991495214
Fabricante o sello Equalman Studios
Peso 0.22 Kg.
Precio:   $3,469.00
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-Autor: Dr. John Irvine
-Editorial: Monsters In My Head, LLC
-Formato: Tapa Blanda
-Idioma: Español
-ISBN-13: 9780991495214
-Páginas: 52
-Dimensiones: cm. x cm. x cm.
-Peso (kg.): 0.22


Helping Young Children Manage Frustration and Anger is intended to be used in conjunction with the The Very Frustrated Monster story book. Helping Young Children Manage Frustration and Anger is the latest release from Dr. John Irvines WorryWoo Companion Series that aims to help parents and educators understand and address the difficult emotions of anger and frustration. As Dr. John explains Anger is a healthy and normal emotion, but kids inability to manage their emotions can lead to heartbreaking long-term outcomes. If we can help our children learn how to handle their anger, then we can save our kids, our schools and our communities from the painful impact of aggression. This book includes assessment guides for both the parents and children along with fun activities to help any little Twitch cope with the difficult feelings of anger and frustration. About the Author Dr. John Irvine is one of Australia s most renowned child psychologists. As a pioneer in his field, he has been read, viewed or heard throughout the nation. At the age of 18, he started his own one-teacher school and continued in the field, teaching in the New South Wales schools for many years before becoming a child psychologist. He is currently a consultant at the R.E.A.D. Clinic and has written several books including Thriving at School and A Handbook for Happy Families, which now has four accompanying DVDs. Dr. John is a much sought after speaker who has been featured in various newspapers and on current affairs and TV news segments
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