Assessing and Promoting Resilience in Vulnerable ChildrenSet
This excellent set comprises 3 volumes on resilience titled: The Early Years, The School Years and Adolsecence.
Bounce Back!, 2edSet
The Bounce Back classroom resiliency program offers practical strategies to help all young people cope with the complexity of their everyday lives and learn to bounce back when they experience sadness, difficulties, frustrations and hard times.
Building Happiness, Resilience and Motivation in Adolescents$52.95, Softcover
A fully-formed positive psychology programme designed to promote happiness, resilience and motivation in young people aged 11–18.
Building Resilience at Work$29.95, Paperback
Based on sound psychological theory, this practical, easy-to-read book provides a proven path to self-help in developing personal resilience.
Building Resiliency$44.95, Softcover
Building Resiliency provides a comprehensive approach to implementing policies and practices that promote and develop resiliency skills for at-risk students.
Circle Time and learning about STORIES$33.00, Softcover
Using the Circle Time method, students play games, do activities, use their imaginations, create dramatic interpretations and movements, share opinions and ideas through sentence completions, silent statements and guided reflections.
Circle Time for Junior Primary$33.00, Cards
Each of these 40 circle time sessions includes a welcoming activity, warm ups, main activity, discussion question, concluding activity and follow up suggestions.
Developing Everyday Coping Skills in the Early Years$39.99, Paperback
This evidence-based book helps parents and practitioners develop children’s coping skills through arts and language-based strategies.
Developing Resilience with Circle Time$33.00, Cards
This resource has 40 easy to use sessions on cards to help children develop social and emotional competence, and a sense of purpose, personal identity and autonomy.
The Disappointment Dragon
Fun characters in this charming, illustrated storybook will help children to cope with, & discuss, feelings of disappointment. There are many suggestions on how to banish the Disappointment Dragon & an introduction for adults explaining how they can help.
Early Years Coping CardsSet
A set of pictorial situation and coping response cards to engage young children aged 4 to 8 years old in discussing a variety of challenging situations and ways of coping with them. Plus User's Guide with useful information and practical tips.
From Surviving to Thriving$36.95, Paperback
Offers a practical approach to refining communication techniques, engendering a sense of belonging in young people, and developing preventive programs.
Game Time$103.00, Game
Nine games which are ideal for those working with small groups of young people who find it difficult to behave and co-operate with their peers. Comes on CD for users to print their own colour copies.
Healthy Mindsets for Super Kids$39.95, Softcover
This imaginative resource is a complete programme, ideal for teachers, counsellors, therapists, social workers and youth workers.
Heart Masters Resilience Cards$46.50, Cards
Accompanied by a book full with ideas, these cards are a lovely resource for helping children to develop an emotional vocabulary and emotional awareness.
Heart Masters Resilience Cards$46.50, Cards
These resilience cards may be used as teaching aids in class or as discussion starters in counselling situations. People of all ages find them humorous and thought provoking.
The Heart Masters Resilience Cards$46.50, Cards
Central to building resilience is the development of a sense of purpose and protective behaviours. These cards are a helpful resource for children to explore these issues in a non-threatening and playful way.
The Heart Masters, Building Resilience and Managing the Difficult Emotions$44.00, Softcover
This book has been written for teachers to help young people who are at the on-set of adolescence to develop awareness, skills and behaviours that will help them to manage their difficult emotions.
Helping Kids Find Their Strengths$84.95, Softcover
Grades 1-6. Students learn to analyse experiences they are proud of for clues to their unique abilities and potentials.
I Just Want To Be... Me!$19.99, Paperback
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) has been proven to be effective in teaching young people effective, flexible strategies for dealing with the stressors in their life and these principles are now brought to life in this graphic novel.
The Power of Resilience$24.95, Paperback
The authors' renowned framework of resilience for children is broadened to include our adult lives.
Promoting Resilience in the Classroom$37.95, Paperback
This handbook for teachers and educators explores ways of nurturing resilience in vulnerable students. It proposes a new, positive way of thinking about schools as institutions that can foster cognitive and socio-emotional competence in all students.
Raising a Self-Disciplined Child$23.95, Paperback
Why are some kids out of control while others are able to keep it together? By two of the most respected, quoted, and best-selling authorities on raising children.
Raising Real PeoplePaperback
Draws on the wisdom accumulate from workshops, research conducted across Australia, and many successful first have approaches by parents to present ways to promote resilience in their children and harmony in the home.
Raising Resilient Children$19.95, Paperback
Two renowned child psychologists synthesize scientific literature on resilience, explaining why some kids are able to overcome obstacles while others easily become victims of early experiences.
Reaching Out To Today's Kids$33.60, Paperback
Break the cycle of negative communication and create positive, open relationships with today's kids.
Real Kids, Real Stories, Real Change$14.95, Paperback
Inspire kids and teens to personal, community, and social action with this book of thirty true stories of young people overcoming adversity to achieve great things and make a difference around the world.
Resilience Builder Program for Children and Adolescents$79.00, Softcover (inc CD)
This innovative program details 30 group sessions designed to help youth bounce back from the challenges in their lives by increasing confidence, self-esteem, self-control, and the use of coping strategies.
The Resilience Revolution$27.95, Paperback
Instead of focusing on punishment, this guide illustrates resourceful ways for achieving positive life objectives in challenging children.
Resilient Classrooms, 2ed$39.95, Paperback
This indispensable practitioner resource presents classroom-based strategies for supporting all students' success and psychological wellness in grades K-9.
Rise is not about the worst that can happen in life; it's about how to respond when the worst has already happened - Ingrid Poulson shares the program of resilience she has developed to not only survive, but to live a rich and rewarding life.
The Struggle To Be StrongPaperback
Vivid, articulate, and candid, this book will motivate readers of all ages to build the skills and strengths they need to triumph over adversity.
Success and Dyslexia$49.95, Paperback (inc CD)
Unique, evidence-based program that assists upper primary students; especially those with dyslexia; to increase their ability to take control of and cope well with the problems that occur in their lives.
Think Positively!$49.99, Paperback
This book offers a program of modules that teachers or other professionals can use with young people to train them in coping skills.
Too Old For This Too Young For That!$23.95, Paperback
Survival tips for kids in grades 6-9; cover everything from the physical and emotional changes and how to cope, to dealing with family, friends, and school, to taking charge of your life through good decision making and goal setting.
Ups and Downs$49.50, Cards
These versatile cards are a text-free tool that use evocative, vivid, thought-provoking images. Talk about feelings. Talk about strengths. Talk about life's joys and struggles.
What Young Children Need to Succeed
Based on groundbreaking research, this book shows how to build developmental assets; family support, positive values, social skills, and more.