Authors: Michelle Garnett, Tony Attwood, Louise Ford, Stefanie Runham and Julia Cook
This activity book is a helpful and creative tool for children aged 4-8 to learn and understand their emotions to help reduce anxiety. It is intended to be used in conjunction with the10 Steps to Reducing Your Child’s Anxiety on the Autism Spectrum: The CBT-Based ‘Fun with Feelings’ Parent Manual
Come and have fun with us, your feelings! Get to know us so that we can help you express your feelings any time you need to!
Say hello to Happy Henry Honeydew and see how his eyes light up, his mouth has a great big smile and how he’s always laughing.
Sit beside Sad Sally Strawberry and you’ll learn that when she is sad her eyes look down, her face has a frown, and sometimes she cries.
You can show that you are strong, brave and clever by meeting and getting to know all of your feelings. By getting to know your feelings, and learning about the Tools in your Toolbox, you will be able to express and talk about your feelings whenever you need to.
Who is this book for?
For parents of children with an autism diagnosis. Professionals including teachers in mainstream and special education settings, clinical and educational psychologists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists.
Available in Australia from: Woodslane.com.au
- ISBN-13: 9781787753273
- Publisher: JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS
Imprint: JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS
- Format: Paperback (150mm X 150mm) 96 pages Weight: 620g