Ruby Finds A Worry by Tom Percival. - A story for kids who worry a lot or feel a lot of anxiety.
This is a story that helps kids better understand what anxiety can feel like. It is a helpful tool to help kids learn ways to cope with constant worrying, nervousness, anxiety, etc. Teaching kids about anxiety. Kids and worrying. Helping kids who worry or have a lot of anxiety. Kids mental health issues are important. Help kids navigate difficult feelings. www.mysprigs.org Narrated by Liz Diaz Yabuku
The Way I Feel
Learning about feelings. This is a great story to introduce kids to the concept of feelings and helping them learn how to identify feelings they may be experiencing. Books are a great tool to use in play therapy. Helping kids manage emotions and feelings. Addressing the mental health needs in kids. story time, SPRIGS Counseling Collaborative, my sprigs, kids mental health, behavior problems, behavior challenges, feelings, emotions. kids feeling, talking to kids about feelings, talking to kids about anger, talking to kids about sadness. Liz Diaz Yabuku
The Invisible String
A wonderful story about how being apart from those you love doesn't mean you are all alone. When you love someone, you are always connected by your invisible strings. Helping children manage feelings and navigate difficult emotions. For more information visit: www.devorss.com or www.theinvisiblestring.com kids mental health, behavior modification, story time, kids content, kids books, mental health, behavior, behavior challenges.SPRIGS Counseling Collaborative, Liz Diaz Yabuku
HOW TO—Align Different Parenting Styles in Five Helpful Steps
A marriage relationship can get rocky when you can’t agree on how to parent your children. It’s even worse when kids learn how to play their parents against each other to get what they want. In this video, Gabriel shares five helpful steps he and his wife used to align their parenting styles. Try them yourself to raise your children in the optimal “authoritative” parenting style, as opposed to the “permissive” or “authoritarian” style. “Your efforts to learn new techniques and approaches will strengthen your family relationships.”