Posts Tagged ‘Resilience in Children’


10 Quick Stress Busters for Kids

February 18, 2012 | Posted in Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Quick Tips, Skills, Stress beach

Sometimes it just takes a minute or two to reset the stress-meter. Here are 10 things your kids can do at home or at school to feel better fast and refocus on what’s important: Read more…

 

5 Ways to Help Your Child Be More Optimistic

February 9, 2012 | Posted in Anxiety, Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Happiness, Quick Tips, Skills sunflower

Sometimes optimism gets a bad reputation because people think it means being unrealistic, Pollyanna-ish, or in denial. Read more…

 

Help Your Child Overcome the Fear of Failure

February 3, 2012 | Posted in Anxiety, Confident Kids, Confident Teens girl-running

This brief (4 minute) audio with Dr. Larina Kase offers tips on how to help your fearful child focus on the process rather than the outcome to reduce fears of failure. Read more…

 

Dr. Aaron Beck “Father of Cogntive Therapy” Reveals How He Discovered Automatic Thoughts

February 2, 2012 | Posted in Anxiety, Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Interviews, Videos beck

Cognitive-behavioral therapy, an evidence-based effective treatment for anxiety disorders in both children and adults, rests on recognizing (and changing our thoughts). Aaron Beck, MD, revolutionized the worlds of psychiatry Read more…

 
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