Helping Children to Build Self-Esteem: A Photocopiable Activities Book Second Edition

Forsideomslag
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 27. mar. 2007 - 288 sider

This second edition of the highly successful Helping Children to Build Self-Esteem is packed with fun and effective activities to help children develop and maintain healthy self-esteem.

New and updated material has been added including a section on running parent groups alongside children's groups, as well as a brand new layout, fresh illustrations, an expanded theoretical section and extra activities.

Based on the author's extensive clinical experience, this activities book will equip and support teaching staff, therapists and carers in encouraging feelings of competence and self-worth in children and their families. It is primarily designed for use with individuals and groups of children aged 7-11, but the ideas can easily be adapted for both older and younger children and children with learning difficulties.

This fully photocopiable resource is invaluable for anyone looking for creative, practical ways of nurturing self-esteem in children.

 

Indhold

Part Two Instructions for SelfEsteem Activities
39
Part Three Activity Worksheets
97
Part Four Working with Parents
219
THE ICEBERG OF LOW SELFESTEEM
276
RELAXATION SCRIPT
277
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CALM BREATHING EXCERCISE
279
CHILDRENS BOOKS
280
SUBJECT INDEX
281
AUTHOR INDEX
283
ACTIVITIES INDEX
284
back cover
287
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Side 36 - This is exactly the message that fairy tales get across to the child in manifold form: that a struggle against severe difficulties in life is unavoidable, is an intrinsic part of human existence — but that if one does not shy away, but steadfastly meets unexpected and often unjust hardships, one masters all obstacles and at the end emerges victorious.
Side 13 - ... and ideas that have never been conscious before. They grow up from the dark depths of the mind like a lotus and form a most important part of the subliminal psyche.
Side 20 - An infant coming into the world has no past, no experience in handling himself, no scale on which to judge his own worth. He must rely on the experiences he has with the people around him and the messages they give him about his worth as a person. For the first five or six years, the child's pot is formed by the family almost exclusively.
Side 35 - Feelings of worth can flourish only in an atmosphere where individual differences are appreciated, mistakes are tolerated, communication is open, and rules are flexible...
Side 21 - I am a worthwhile person') and those that reflect the individual's sense of adequacy across particular domains such as one's cognitive competence (eg, 'I am smart'), social competence (eg, 'I am well liked by peers'), athletic competence (eg, 'I am good at sports') and so forth.
Side 38 - Rustin, L. and Kuhr, A. (1989) Social skills and the Speech Impaired. London: Taylor Francis.

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Deborah M. Plummer has over 20 yearsâ?? experience of facilitating groups and working individually with both children and adults. Formerly a clinical lead therapist working within the NHS, she also has extensive experience as a senior lecturer in aspects of health psychology and counselling. She regularly runs workshops and short courses on the uses of imagery, games and story-telling in the promotion of well-being. Deborahâ??s website can be found at www.deborahplummer.co.uk.

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