Totally Chill: My Complete Guide to Staying Cool
Life can be a lot easier - help children to learn new skills for handling their stress.
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When parenting, teaching and working with children who have social, emotional, and/or sensory sensitivities, we often put the emphasis on learning new skills. Countless hours are spent working on social skills, fine- and gross-motor skills, language skills, and academic skills, but stress management skills are often not addressed. This is unfortunate, as stress creates a multitude of challenges for learning and daily living. In other words, it creates barriers to the very things we are trying to teach. Besides, it can lead to meltdowns. In short, it is crucial that children learn and develop skills to help them to manage their stress as independently as possible.
Totally Chill: My Complete Guide to Staying Cool A Stress Management Workbook for Kids With Social, Emotional, or Sensory Sensitivities is a stress management workbook for children. Its fun graphics and interactive style make it ideal for children grades 3 through middle school. Everyone feels stress, even children. It's part of life. But life can be a lot easier when children learn new skills and ideas to help them handle the stress in their lives. Foreword by Kathy Selvaggi-Faden, MD.
MEET THE AUTHOR
Christopher Lynch, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and the program coordinator for the Pediatric Behavioral Medicine department within Goryeb Children's Hospital. Dr. Lynch provides extensive services for children who have social, emotional, behavioral, and/or sensory needs. His passion and career focus has been on developing therapy services to help these children with developing stress and anxiety management skills. Dr. Lynch has over 15 years of experience in the field of child behavioral health. He has practiced in a variety of settings, including schools, hospitals, and clinics both at home and abroad, including five years in Ireland. Dr. Lynch has spoken on and published material on a wide range of topics that pertain to child behavioral health. He resides in Cranford, NJ with his wife and 3 sons. To learn more, visit his website.