What to Do When You Don't Want to Be Apart: A Kid's Guide to Overcoming Separation Anxiety


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Published USA, 2017
This book in the series 'What to Do Guides for Kids' uses the metaphor of the hot air balloon to explore the issue of separation anxiety. Flying a hot air balloon sounds like a lot of fun to some children but for others the idea of 'flying off' away from their parents or homes isn't fun at all. This book is an interactive self-help book for empowering children so they can become confident 'pilots' of their very own hot air balloons. It provides space for reflective writing and drawing and can be used in a variety of ways for a variety of separation issues - like starting school or staying with a friend or longer term issues when parents separate.

Ages 6-10 years
Kristen Lavallee is a school psychologist on Rhode Island, USA.
Large-format paperback. 88 pages

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