Learning to Feel Good and Stay Cool: Emotional Regulation Tools for Kids with AD/HD


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Published USA, 2013
For children with AD/HD, managing feelings can be more challenging than it is for other children. They tend to experience feelings more intensely; when their feelings are very strong, it can be harder for them to control how they behave. This book offers practical tools, in terms of what children can understand, to help them identify emotions, manage and reduce negative feelings, problem solve so that upsets come less often, and develop daily habits that will help them feel good and function well. Illustrated with cartoons, the book is intended for parents to read with their children and as a guide for counsellors.

Understanding Your Feelings
Staying in Your Feel Good Zone
Steering Clear of Your Upset Zone
Your Feelings Toolbox
Feel Good Tools for Specific Upset Feelings
Problem Solving So Upsets Come Less Often
Special Projects with My Parents
Note to Parents

Ages 6-11 years
Paperback. 128 pages
Judith Glasser
is a clinical psychologist in the USA.

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