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CBT Counseling Bundle: Cognitive Behavioral Support for Young Hearts and Minds

CBT for Kids
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CBT for Kids
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This bundle includes the three book listed below. (Click on each link to view that book. Then click the PREVIEW button and you will be able to view the entire book.)

1. Let’s THINK About Feelings, Emotions, and Stress: CBT Strategies for Mindfulness

This volume lays the foundation for CBT-based mindfulness and self-awareness.

2. STRESS BUSTERS: CBT-Based Coping Skills

This volume organizes CBT strategies into four kid-friendly categories that are easy to remember.

3. The THINK BOOK: An interactive CBT workbook / lapbook

This volume shows you how to create an interactive lap book to provide the child with critical scaffolding, supporting the child's use of CB strategies in those challenging real-life situations in the classroom or at home.

This 122-page bundle of CBT (cognitive behavioral treatment) activities is for the school-based mental health clinicians: counselors, social workers and psychologists.

CBT is based on the theory is that our feelings and behaviors arise from our perceptions (or thoughts), rather than from external things like people or situations. CBT teaches clients to regard their thoughts (internal language) as mental tools. In a typical CBT session, by experimenting with these mental tools, clients learn that internal language can be used to regulate their perceptions, emotions and behavior. Clients then experiment with using these mental tools in their everyday lives. The client’s feedback from these real-life experiences is used by the therapist to plan future sessions and assignments.

Because CBT is highly educational in nature, it would appear to be great fit for school settings. But can we really expect young children gain insight into their internal processes, and then be able to apply those insights to the difficulties they face in their daily lives? Yes, with child-friendly strategies--and the right scaffolding--cognitive behavioral interventions can be successful with children!

Some of the child-friendly strategies included in this bundle are:

✎ Feeling Charts

✎ Feelings Game

✎ CBT Situation Cards

✎ Feelings Check-up Activity

✎ Feelings vs Thoughts Worksheets

✎ Feelings Thermometer (Stressometer)

✎ Stress Assessment Activity

✎ List of Stress Management Strategies

✎ Cognitive Flexibility worksheets

✎ Positive Thinking worksheets and cards

✎ Response Inhibition Activity (Stopping thoughts and behaviors)

✎ Self-monitoring Activity

✎ Self-calming Activity

✎ Get Calm Rating Scale

✎ Problem-Solving Activity

✎ Brainstorming worksheet

✎ Stay-on-Track worksheet

✎ CBT Self-Calming Workbook / LapBook

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122 pages
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