The Resilience Workbook for Kids
Children need the right tools to confidently face life's uncertainty and inevitable setbacks. Resilience can help children discover their strengths and recover from the psychological impact of stress. This workbook, designed for kids ages 7-12, offers actionable techniques to help kids cope with stress, manage powerful emotions, and grow through life's challenges. The activities in this workbook are grounded in evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), effectively helping youth lean into their newfound resilience and quickly bounce back from adversity.
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“A fitness routine for emotions. A guide to beating stress. A road map to mental wellness. The Resilience Workbook for Kids is all of this wrapped into an exciting and engaging tool kit for young people facing emotional challenges. From introducing and teaching the science of resilience, all the way to practice and habit building, this book is a total wellness package.”
—Renee Jain, New York Times bestselling coauthor of Superpowered, and founder of GoZen!
“This urgently needed workbook brilliantly engages young people to build their resilience skill sets. They’ll be better prepared to handle life’s curveballs and to get the most out of life in joyful times. I love that this work honors emotions and teaches kids how to own them, process them, and even celebrate that they have them. Critically, The Resilience Workbook for Kids will also prepare you to be the kind of adult who can nurture young people in their resilience journey. I genuinely believe this wonderful tool kit will change lives!”
—Kenneth R. Ginsburg, MD, MS, Ed, coauthor of Building Resilience in Children and Teens, and director of the Center for Parent and Teen Communication at www.parentandteen.com
“The Resilience Workbook for Kids is a practical, kid-friendly book full of accessible and evidence-based activities for self-directed learning. It gives young people clear directions on why each skill is an important resilience skill, and how they can learn, do, and strengthen it. This workbook superbly achieves rigor in terms of the psychological constructs and research on which the activities are based, and a format that will actively engage young people. Resilience is more important than ever, and I highly recommend this book to parents, teachers, and to the young people in our lives.”
—Toni Noble, PhD, adjunct professor at the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education at Australian Catholic University; and coauthor of the award-winning Bounce Back! Wellbeing and Resilience Program