Helping Children to Build Self-esteem: A Photocopiable Activities Book

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Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Jan 1, 2001 - Self-Help - 223 pages
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This work offers over 100 practical and fun activities specially aimed at helping children to build and maintain self-esteem. These photocopiable worksheets encourage children to use their natural imaginative and creative abilities to consider their relationships with themselves and others.
 

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Providing a range of approaches to aid the process of supporting the maintenance and development of self-esteem in children. this book will be of genuine interest and use for special educational needs ... Read full review

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Part 2 Instructions for SelfEsteem Activities
35
Part 3 Activity Worksheets
91
Sample Checklist and Progress Record
213
Signs of Possible Low SelfEsteem andor Anxiety
215
Adult Behaviour That Supports SelfEsteem in Children
216
Building Your Own SelfEsteem
217
Relaxation Script
218
Childrens Storybooks to Read
220
Index
221
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About the author (2001)

Deborah Plummer graduated from UCL with a degree in Speech Sciences. She is an imagework practitioner and a registered speech and language therapist working in Leicestershire. She has over 15 years' experience of facilitating groups and of working individually with both adults and children. Apart from her clinical commitments, she runs self-development workshops and courses. She trained with Dina Glouberman (Skyros Institute and Imagework Institute), is a member of the Imagework Association, and has a certificate in Counselling Studies.

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