CBT for Kids

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CBT for Kids
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Does CBT work with kids? Yes—with child-friendly tools plus scaffolding! See for yourself- check out our full-book previews!
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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
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NOTE: Click on the PREVIEW button above to view the entire book. Let’s THINK About Feelings, Emotions, and Stress is Volume #1 in the series, Cognitive Behavioral Support for Young Hearts and Minds. This volume sets the foundation for
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A search of the CBT literature will turn up dozens of CB strategies. We simplified them into four categories that are easy for children to understand and remember: 1. CHOOSE the best way of thinking. (Includes CBT interventions related to cognitive
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These feelings charts can be used to help children pinpoint their emotions, show relative intensity of emotions and also to help children develop a vocabulary for accurate expression of feelings. They can be used with students from pre-K up. Young
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Rationale: Groups, especially in their initial stages, can benefit from fun activities that build group cohesion and provide an opportunity for players to get to know each other in a safe, non-threatening manner. This activity is based on the
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The Think Book is a mini-lapbook / workbook for children who are receiving CB (cognitive behavioral) treatment. The purpose of the Think Book is to support the children in applying cognitive-behavioral strategies in their daily lives. Even for
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This game makes it easy (and fun!) for kids to engage in conversation and share meaningful information about themselves. Can be played in groups or one-on-one. The Youth edition contains 210 questions divided into 21 kid-friendly topics. (Ages 8
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SEE OUR FULL-BOOK PREVIEW! Do you know a child who has good intentions—but often can’t seem to follow through on them? These children may feel bad about themselves: they notice that their peers seem to easily accomplish exactly what they set out
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This one-page introduction explains cognitive behavioral treatment and interventions in child-friendly terms. If your students are receiving CBT-based interventions, this handout explains why the interventions are important and also let them know
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We are licensed clinical social workers and registered play therapists. Our work is based on cognitive-behavioral theory and developmental theory, particularly the social-cognitive developmental theory advanced by Lev Vygotsky. We have extensive experience working with children (pre-K through middle school) in home and school settings. We are passionate about helping children understand their emotions and understand how their minds work--all in service of helping them be the wonderful persons that they are meant to be! We believe that playful, active, creative interventions that engage the “whole child” are essential components in any counselor/therapist’s tool kit.


We believe that with the right support for their emotional and social development, children can learn to understand their own hearts and minds. This self-understanding leads to: 1) better self-regulation 2) improved relationships with others, and 3) ability to act in accordance with their best intentions, in the classroom and elsewhere. The educational resources that we have developed at the Yeager Center for Children and Families are geared to helping you to provide that "just-right support" for the hearts and minds of the students that you work with. “What children can do with the assistance of others might be...more indicative of their mental development than what they can do alone.” (Lev Vygotsky, Mind in Society)


Louisiana Social Workers of the Year; Louisiana Play Therapists of the Year; Louisiana Association for Play Therapy Lifetime Achievement Award; Winner, ChildsWork/ChildPlay Games to Help People award; Owners/Directors of PlayTherapyWorks; Authors of Executive Function and Child Development (2013, W.W. Norton)


We have undergraduate degrees in psychology and sociology, graduate degrees and licenses in clinical social work, and certifications as play therapists and play therapist supervisors. We’ve had some fantastic instructors in our formal learning, but our best teachers have been the children that we have counseled over the years.


As Registered Play Therapists, we are big believers in the value of play. We also believe that you are never too old to play! We love the moments of life that enable is to connect with others through play and laughter. - Marcie & Daniel Yeager For more information: www.playtherapyworks.com

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