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Emotional First Aid Kit

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by: Marie Lang
Books with a 5 star rating  (2)
Publication Date: October 14, 2017
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 44
Binding: Spiral Bound
$25.00

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Book Synopsis
This workbook kit is a resource for first-responders of emotional first aid—parents, pastoral coaches, teachers, and mentors—to use with kids who are experiencing large or small crises, to care for their emotions and aid in their resiliency. These creative activities are based on art therapy concepts and research in trauma recovery, written with clear instructions and including supply lists which are intended for ease of use.
Customer Comments
laura jin
Posted: June 12, 2020
Customer comment 0 star rating
This is an incredible book! We have used it multiple times with our three kids, and the activities always help them process their feelings. My kids are currently 7, 5 and 4 and the difference in effectiveness is very clear. The 7 year old gets deep with the activities and can make real progress on suppressed feelings which results in much better behavior, the 5 year old likes the idea and will talk about a few feelings and the 4 year old likes the art supplies. But if you're looking for something to help your kids with feelings, this book is worth the investment. (I purchased the book myself after hearing the author speak at a conference, I did not receive it for free.)
laura jin
Posted: June 12, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
This is an incredible book! We have used it multiple times with our three kids, and the activities always help them process their feelings. My kids are currently 7, 5 and 4 and the difference in effectiveness is very clear. The 7 year old gets deep with the activities and can make real progress on suppressed feelings which results in much better behavior, the 5 year old likes the idea and will talk about a few feelings and the 4 year old likes the art supplies. But if you're looking for something to help your kids with feelings, this book is worth the investment. (I purchased the book myself after hearing the author speak at a conference, I did not receive it for free.)