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Being Me (and Loving It): Stories and Activities to Help Build Self-esteem, Confidence, Positive Body Image and Resilience in Children. Naomi Richards & Julia Hague, $33.95

With 29 real life and relatable stories at its heart, this practical resource is designed to help build self-esteem and body confidence in children aged 5-11. Each story is the focus of a ready-to-use lesson plan, covering common issues that affect children such as a lack of body confidence, feeling pressured by peers and worries about puberty. The stories are preceded by guidance on how to introduce the topic and the learning outcomes, and they are followed by a range of activities to reinforce the messages being taught. The stories can either be read aloud to a class or group or photocopied and shared for individual reading.

Perfect for use in lessons with groups of children, or in one-to-one settings in the therapy room or at home, this book is a useful resource for teachers, school counsellors, youth workers, as well as parents.


Child-Friendly Therapy: Biopsychosocial Innovations for Children and Families. Marcia Stern, $32.00

A treasure trove of creative tools and strategies to engage children in therapy. Now in paperback, Child-Friendly Therapy offers clinicians an array of inventive, multifaceted therapy techniques, from brain-based tips to family-oriented exercises.


Creative Interventions for Bereaved Children. Liana Lowenstein, $31.95

A uniquely creative compilation of therapeutic games, art activities, and stories to help bereaved children express feelings of grief, learn basic concepts of death, diffuse traumatic reminders, address self-blame, commemorate the deceased, and learn coping strategies. Creative Interventions for Bereaved Children includes special activities for cancer, suicide, and homicide, and tips for caregivers and school personnel. For ages 7-12 in individual, group, and family therapy.

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Creative Interventions for Children of Divorce. Liana Lowenstein, $31.95

An innovative collection of therapeutic games, art techniques, and stories to help children of divorce express feelings, understand marriage and divorce, deal with loyalty binds, parental conflict, and reunification fantasies, address self-blame, and learn coping strategies. Includes tips for parents, and a ten-week group counseling curriculum. For ages 7-12 in individual, group, and family therapy.


Creative Interventions for Troubled Children and Youth. Liana Lowenstein, $26.95; More Creative Interventions for Troubled Children and Youth, $26.95

This best-selling collection is filled with creative assessment and treatment interventions to help clients identify feelings, learn coping strategies, enhance social skills, and elevate self-esteem. A wealth of innovative tools for practitioners working with children in individual, group, and family counseling. Geared to 4-16 year-old clients.


Feeling Like Crap: Young People and the Meaning of Self-Esteem. Nick Luxmoore, $27.95

We use the word all the time, but what exactly is self-esteem, and how do young people develop it? Feeling Like Crap explores how a young person's self is constructed, and what might really help that self to feel more valued and confident. Through accounts of his individual and group work with young people, Nick Luxmoore demonstrates how listening to, engaging with and being respectful of young people can provide the support they need to help them repair their sense of self and offer them new possibilities and directions in life. This compassionate and thought-provoking book will be an invaluable resource for counsellors, teachers, youth workers, and anyone else working to help young people with self-esteem issues.

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Feelings In a Jar® — A Fun Game for All Ages for Endless Play & Interaction. Deborah Jiang Stein, $14.99 (ages 8 & up)

More Feelings In a Jar®. Deborah Jiang Stein, $14.99 (ages 8 & up)

Everyone needs to know how to name and express feelings. Each jar holds 101 little cards printed with “feelings words” — gleeful, insecure, grateful, angry, cranky, courageous, hopeful, and many more. Explore expressing feelings by discussing what it means to be defiant, compassionate, glum, bold, jovial, and many more usual and unusual feelings.. Pull out a slip and act out the feeling, or invite someone else to act it out. Use as discussion starters, journaling prompts, or icebreakers for groups.


Full of Ourselves: a Wellness Program to Advance Girl Power, Health and Leadership. Catherine Steiner-Adair & Lisa Sjostrom, $67.50

This dynamic health-and-wellness education program addresses critical issues of body preoccupation and reduces risk for disordered eating in girls (grades 3–8). Emphasizing girls’ personal power and overall mental and physical well-being, Full of Ourselves contains a range of upbeat units that foster:

  • Increased self and body acceptance
  • Healthier eating and exercise habits
  • Advanced leadership and media literacy skills
  • A range of coping skills for resisting unhealthy peer and cultural pressures

This primary prevention curriculum has shown sustained, positive changes in girls’ body image, body satisfaction, and body esteem. Educators, health professionals, counselors, and parents will find Full of Ourselves the ideal resource for helping girls make healthy choices for themselves.


Girls Rising: a Guide to Nurturing a Confident and Soulful Adolescent. Urana Jackson, $28.95

Young people are capable of engaging in meaningful explorations of themselves and the world around them. Adolescent girls especially have a deep desire and capacity to know themselves and explore their own spirituality. Girls Rising is a workbook of activities designed for educators, mental health clinicians, youth workers, parents, and, in some cases, peer educators working with girls ages 13-17 that provides a process for them to explore and develop their emotional, social, and spiritual selves.

The curriculum comprises of four themes surrounding self–awareness, empathy and communication skills, social engagement, and transpersonal exploration. Incorporates drawing, writing, music, media, role — playing, storytelling, and deeply penetrating interactive activities to help incite self-discovery, enhance relationships, and connect girls to a cause, principal, or source greater then themselves. Jackson’s guide offers teenage girls a unique opportunity to engage with their changing selves and their environment from a deeply soulful and creative place.

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Group Activities for Kids Who Hurt: Providing Help through Loss and Transition. Sally Jo Blair, $29.95

This sensitive and insightful resource provides concrete, usable tools to help kids in grades 3 through 8 successfully deal with painful issues and provides specific group experiences that create an environment of safety and trust, and activities that help kids acknowledge and move through their pain.

A myriad of activities, discussion topics, reproducible experience sheets, and journal pages focus on the common denominator of hurt. This makes GROUP ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS WHO HURT a comprehensive manual for setting up and facilitating groups which provide guidance, peer support and healing insights.

  • Divorce and separation
  • Loss of a loved one
  • Relationship struggles
  • Physical or mental abuse
  • Drug use in the home
  • Incarceration of a parent
  • Loneliness and isolation due to poverty, teasing, rejection or disability

Group Exercises for Adolescents: a Manual for Therapists, School Counselors & Spiritual Leaders, 3rd Edition. Susan Carrell, $112.95

This updated edition of Susan Carrell's best-seller provides a practical, concise overview of group work with adolescents, including dos and don’ts for group leaders, as well as potential pitfalls and hazards and how to avoid them. Ideal for therapists, school counselors, spiritual leaders, and other helping professionals, the manual addresses a wide range of today's hot issues for adolescents, including sex, alcohol, drugs, values and ethics, family dynamics, self-esteem, management of difficult emotions, peer relationships, and spirituality. Avoiding the usual “psychobabble," this no-nonsense guide discusses both behavioral and cognitive objectives, includes new exercises and is accompanied by a new companion teen journal.

Ideal for anyone who is developing a new program, revitalizing an existing one, or in need of a one-time group experience, this best-selling manual has been used successfully in schools, community settings, church/religious settings, court-ordered programs, and the private sector.

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Group Interventions in Schools: a Guide for Practitioners. Jennifer Kepperling, Wendy Reinke, Dana Marchese & Nicholas Ialongo, $48.50

Numerous group interventions have been shown to be effective for helping K-8 students who are struggling with — or at risk for — a wide range of mental health and behavior problems. This unique book gives school practitioners indispensable tools for making any evidence-based group intervention more successful. It addresses the real-world implementation challenges that many manuals overlook, such as how to engage children and parents and sustain their participation, manage behavior in groups, and troubleshoot crisis situations. User-friendly features include case examples, reflection questions, role-play scenarios, and 31 reproducible forms and handouts; the print book has a large-size format with lay-flat binding for easy photocopying. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials.


Group Play Interventions for Children: Strategies for Teaching Prosocial Skills. Linda Reddy, $55.50

Group play interventions are used to meet a broad range of developmental needs in children from various backgrounds. This book is for mental health practitioners working with children aged 5 through 12 to help them learn important social skills and self-control strategies such as making friends, asking for and offering help, controlling hands and feet, using appropriate words, and managing stress and anger. This book integrates the use of group play interventions and evidence-based cognitive behavioral techniques in child group training.

Author Linda Reddy lays out the grounding principles and research of group play interventions and sketches out the most common disorders and symptom sets for which children are referred for group training. She then offers practical suggestions for forming groups and for managing instruction and behavior, as well as a chapter on how to make the most of caregivers' skills and interests to maintain children's progress.

Step-by-step instructions are given for teaching, modeling, organizing, and coaching children through skill sequences and fun, developmentally appropriate games. Detailed lists of preparatory and follow-up actions are also provided, as well as tips on tailoring instruction to children's ages and special needs. Positive interactions are emphasized throughout the book, from parent interviews through implementation and questions for the children post-training.


Group Work with Adolescents: Principles and Practice, 3rd Edition. Andrew Malekoff, $110.50

A trusted course text and professional resource, this comprehensive book delves into all aspects of planning and conducting strengths-based group work with adolescents. In an accessible, down-to-earth style, Andrew Malekoff spells out the principles of effective group practice. Extensive clinical illustrations show how successful group leaders engage teens in addressing tough issues — including violence, sexuality, prejudice, social isolation, and substance abuse — in a wide range of settings. Normative issues that adolescents face in the multiple contexts of their lives are lucidly explained. Packed with creative ideas and activities, the book helps readers develop their skills as confident, reflective practitioners.

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Handbook of Group Play Therapy: How to Do It, How It Works, Whom It’s Best For.  D. Sweeney, $77.00

Here is a comprehensive guide to of the most effective and dynamic childhood intervention available to counselors, therapists, teachers, psychologists, and anyone who works with kids. This hands-on resource applies play therapy theory to a wide variety of group settings and gives therapists insight into treating special populations including sibling groups, children who have been abused, and children who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Enter a child's world of communication with twenty-five of the country's leading play therapy experts as they guide you through a myriad of group play therapy approaches, issues, and techniques. The Handbook of Group Play Therapy gives therapists the tools they need to help children as they experience the exhilaration, fear, joy, and frustration in discovering the world around them as they learn about themselves and others.


Helping Preschool-Age Children Learn Self-Regulation: Lessons, Activities, Songs, and Games Designed To Give Children the Skills They Need to Succeed for the Rest of Their Lives.Brad Chapin, $57.95 (includes a CD-ROM of reproducible material)

This highly anticipated resource focuses on skill-training for preschool-age children. Self-regulation is a universal skill necessary for academic success, emotional control and healthy social interaction. With this one resource, you will be able to address School Readiness, Anger Problems, Anxiety, School Safety, Self-esteem, Social Skills and much more. The authors have developed this guide with a focus on how to help you "Do More with Less." The strategies are creative and designed to engage young children in the process to create change quickly. Includes a CD with reproducibles worksheets.


Helping Teens Learn Self-Regulation: Lessons, Activities & Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of Responsible Decision-Making & Self-Control. Brad Chapin, $57.95 (includes a CD-ROM of reproducible material) Grades 7-12

Self-regulation includes a universal set of skills necessary for academic success, emotional control, and healthy social interaction. With these resources you will be able to address anger problems, academic performance challenges, anxieties, school safety issues, self-esteem, social skills, and much more. The books provide a solid yet flexible foundation for intervention. The individual strategies are presented in a simple step-by-step process using lessons activities and reproducible worksheets. These strategies can be used individually for a quick intervention, or they can be used to create dozens of unique curricula — tailor made to target specific problem areas for small groups or classrooms.

The authors have split the self-regulation training process into three functional areas: physical, emotional, and cognitive. Using strategies based soundly upon the evidence base of cognitive-behavioral psychology this resource will help you move children and teens progressively through skill areas in each of these three domains. The strategies are creative, fresh, and engaging in order to effect change quickly and increase the long-term impact.

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Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation: Lessons, Activities & Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of Responsible Decision-Making & Self-Control. Brad Chapin & Matthew Penner, $57.95 (includes a CD-ROM of reproducible material) Grades K-8

Self-regulation includes a universal set of skills necessary for academic success emotional control and healthy social interaction. With this single resource you will be able to address children's anger problems, academic performance challenges, anxieties, school safety issues, self-esteem, social skills, and much more. This resource provides a solid yet flexible foundation for intervention. The individual strategies are presented in a simple step-by-step process using lessons activities and reproducible worksheets. These strategies can be used individually for a quick intervention with children, or they can be used to create dozens of unique curricula — tailor made to target specific problem areas for small groups or classrooms.

The authors have split the self-regulation training process into three functional areas: physical, emotional, and cognitive. Using strategies based soundly upon the evidence base of cognitive-behavioral psychology this resource will help you move children progressively through skill areas in each of these three domains. The strategies are creative, fresh, and engaging in order to effect change quickly and increase the long-term impact on children.


How to Be Angry: an Assertive Anger Expression Group Guide for Kids and Teens. Signe Whitson, $41.95

Children often struggle to cope with anger, and angry feelings can boil over into aggression and destructive behaviour. This resource takes a different approach to anger, teaching children how to be angry effectively, rather than telling them not to be angry at all. This group program provides step-by-step guidelines for building anger management and assertive emotional expression skills through tailored lessons, group activities and thought-provoking discussions.

Suitable for use with children and teenagers aged 5-18; this engaging resource will help children to overcome self-destructive patterns of passive, aggressive, and passive aggressive behaviour. It will be of great use to educators, counselors, social workers, youth care professionals, psychologists and parents.


The Power of Groups: Solution-Focused Group Counseling in Schools. Leslie Cooley, $42.50

Research-based and practical, this unique guide gives school professionals the foundational theory and knowledge to adapt solution-focused group counseling techniques for any topic, curriculum, or grade level. Readers will find:

  • Case studies of real students encountering real problems
  • Forms, permissions slips, and sample letters for starting a group
  • "Do This" and "Avoid This" sections
  • Sample agendas for elementary, middle, and high school levels, complete with activities, session scripts, and discussion questions

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Resilience Builder Program for Children and Adolescents: Enhancing Social Competence and Self-Regulation. Mary Karapetian Alvord, Bonnie Zucker & Judy Johnson Grados, $65.95

A cognitive-behavioral group approach designed to help youth bounce back from life challenges, by increasing confidence, self-esteem, self-control and the use of effective coping strategies.


Skills and Techniques for Group Work with Children and Adolescents. Rosemarie Smead, $33.50

Research-based and practical, this guide gives school professionals the theory and knowledge to adapt solution-focused brief counseling for student groups on any topic, curriculum, or grade level.


Small Group Counseling for Children: Grades K-2. Diane Senn, $37.95

Small Group Counseling for Children: Grades 2-5. Diane Senn, $39.95

These two ground-breaking books provide everything you will need to conduct effective small group counseling with children. They provide curricula for working with groups of children, and include a needs assessment (parent, teacher, and student) for each topic to help determine the specific needs of the group. In addition, they give a choice of skill building group session activities for each topic with a correlation chart to the needs assessment. Further, they provide parent/teacher letters and handouts to encourage reinforcement of the skills presented. They also include group energizers/icebreakers, reproducible pages, group forms and outlines, optional service learning assignments for students, and a post assessment for each group. This small group program is a comprehensive, creative new approach to small group counseling that strives for efficient and effective use of counseling.

The grades K-2 book features curricula on: self-concept, friendship, and school success.

The grades 2-5 book features: anger management, friendship, self-concept, and school success skills.

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Talk with Teens about What Matters to Them: Ready-to-Use Discussions on Stress, Identity, Feelings, Relationships, Family, and the Future. Jean Sunde Peterson, $57.99

From test scores to bullying to family relationships, teens have a lot on their minds. When wrestling with questions and concerns, all young people can benefit from a safe, supportive place to "just talk" with caring peers and an attentive adult about the issues that really matter to them. TALK WITH TEENS ABOUT WHAT MATTERS TO THEM gives you the resources you need to create that place through guided small-group discussions. These discussions provide teens with opportunities for articulating their feelings, building self-esteem, affirming themselves, and more. The discussion sessions in this book:

  • support teens' social and emotional development
  • help teens feel more in control of their lives
  • help build self-esteem and self-awareness in teens
  • focus on topics important to teens, encompassing areas such as stress, identity, feelings, relationships, family, and the future
  • give teens practice in problem solving and goal setting

Each discussion session is clear, self-contained, and step-by-step, and many sessions include reproducible handouts. Introductory and background materials offer practical tips and guidance, allowing even less-experienced group leaders to feel prepared and confident in their role. The included CD-ROM features all of the reproducible handouts from the book.


Teaching Self-Regulation to Children through Interactive Lessons. Will Moody & Brad Chapman, $79.95 (grades K-6)

Unique interactive lessons designed for use on Windows and MAC-based workstations and digital whiteboards such as SMART Boards and Promethean Boards. These highly interactive lessons are designed to teach students the skills, strategies, and behaviors they need to regulate their own physical, emotional, and cognitive processes. Some of the strategies taught through these lessons include:

 •  Melting Freeze (Regulate BODY)  •  Animal Movements (Regulate BODY)  •  Cooling the Flame (Regulate BODY)  •  Name Your Emotions (Regulate EMOTIONS)  •  Emotional Rain Gauge (Regulate EMOTIONS)  •  Emotional Knot (Regulate EMOTIONS)  •  Don’t Take the Bait (Regulate THOUGHTS)  •  Defiance Trap (Regulate THOUGHTS)  •  Domino Effect (Regulate THOUGHTS)  •  Magnetic Thoughts (Regulate THOUGHTS)


Teambuilding with Teens: Activities for Leadership, Decision Making, & Group Success (Book & CD-ROM). Mariam MacGregor, $49.99

Leadership isn’t just for a chosen few. All teens can practice the skills and attitudes leaders use. The 36 hands-on activities in this book make learning about leadership meaningful and fun while building character. Kids are called on to recognize each other’s strengths, become better listeners, communicate clearly, identify their values, build trust, set goals, and more. Each activity takes 20–45 minutes, so adults have a lot of flexibility in deciding when and how to use them. This book can be used as a supplement to the author’s Building Everyday Leadership in All Teens or on its own. The included CD-ROM (for Macintosh and Windows) features all of the reproducible forms from the book.

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Teens Out-of-the-Box Coping Skills: Facilitator Reproducible Activities for Groups and Individuals. Ester Leutenberg & Carol Butler, $68.95

As teens mature, their sources of stress can grow too. The activities in Teens — Out-of-the-Box Coping Skills tap into the fun and energetic creativity of teens to teach them new coping skills to deal with stress, change, and the many obstacles they face as they grow into responsible and caring adults. The seven chapters include:

  • De-Stress
  • Build Emotional Empowerment
  • Develop Healthy Habits
  • Manage Social Media
  • Stand Up for Self and Others
  • Overcome Obstacles
  • Advance Beyond Coping — Thrive

At the start of every session, a teen takes an item from a brightly decorated box to introduce an activity. Every activity involves actions that encourage the skill of thinking outside-of-the-box. Participants will be encouraged to reflect, ask questions, give opinions and receive feedback; draw, write, act, play games; be a leader or a team member; create posters, bumper stickers or tee shirt slogans; and participate in many other creative activities.


Thinking, Feeling, Behaving: an Emotional Education Curriculum for Children Grades 1-6. Ann Vernon, $66.95

Thinking, Feeling, Behaving: an Emotional Education Curriculum for Children Grades 7-12. Ann Vernon, $66.95

Essential resources for helping students learn to overcome irrational beliefs, negative feelings, and the negative consequences that may result. These 2006 revised editions are packed with creative and easy-to-do activities. The activities include games, stories, role plays, writing, drawing, and brainstorming. Each activity is identified by grade level and categorized into one of five important topic areas: Self-Acceptance; Feelings; Beliefs and Behavior; Problem Solving and Decision Making; and Interpersonal Relationships.

Thinking, Feeling, Behaving is an emotional education curriculum based on the principles of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. The books are designed to be used in classroom or small group therapeutic settings.

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Resources for Teachers, Counselors & Social Workers

Being Me (and Loving It): Stories and Activities to Help Build Self-esteem, Confidence, Positive Body Image and Resilience in Children. Naomi Richards & Julia Hague, $33.95

Child-Friendly Therapy: Biopsychosocial Innovations for Children and Families. Marcia Stern, $32.00

Creative Interventions for Bereaved Children. Liana Lowenstein, $31.95

Creative Interventions for Children of Divorce. Liana Lowenstein, $31.95

Creative Interventions for Troubled Children and Youth. Liana Lowenstein, $26.95; More Creative Interventions for Troubled Children and Youth, $26.95

Feelings In a Jar® - A Fun Game for All Ages for Endless Play & Interaction. Deborah Jiang Stein, $14.99 (ages 8 & up)

More Feelings In a Jar®. Deborah Jiang Stein, $14.99 (ages 8 & up)

Feeling Like Crap: Young People and the Meaning of Self-Esteem. Nick Luxmoore, $27.95

Full of Ourselves; a Wellness Program to Advance Girl Power, health and Leadership. Catherine Steiner-Adair & Lisa Sjostrom, $67.50

Girls Rising: a Guide to Nurturing a Confident and Soulful Adolescent. Urana Jackson, $28.95

Group Activities for Kids Who Hurt: Providing Help through Loss and Transition. Sally Jo Blair, $29.95

Group Exercises for Adolescents: a Manual for Therapists, School Counselors & Spiritual Leaders, 3rd Edition. Susan Carrell, $112.95

Group Interventions in Schools: a Guide for Practitioners. Jennifer Kepperling, Wendy Reinke, Dana Marchese & Nicholas Ialongo, $48.50

Group Play Interventions for Children: Strategies for Teaching Prosocial Skills. Linda Reddy, $55.50

Group Therapy with Troubled Youth: a Cognitive-Behavioral Interactive Approach. Sheldon Rose, $143.95

Group Work with Adolescents: Principles and Practice,3rd Edition. Andrew Malekoff, $110.50

Handbook of Group Play Therapy: How to Do It, How It Works, Whom It’s Best For.  D. Sweeney, $77.00

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Helping Preschool-Age Children Learn Self-Regulation: Lessons, Activities, Songs, and Games Designed To Give Children the Skills They Need to Succeed for the Rest of Their Lives.Brad Chapin, $57.95 (includes a CD-ROM of reproducible material)

Helping Teens Learn Self-Regulation: Lessons, Activities & Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of Responsible Decision-Making & Self-Control. Brad Chapin, $57.95 (includes a CD-ROM of reproducible material) Grades 7-12

Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation: Lessons, Activities & Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of Responsible Decision-Making & Self-Control. Brad Chapin & Matthew Penner, $57.95 (includes a CD-ROM of reproducible material) Grades K-8

How to Be Angry: an Assertive Anger Expression Group Guide for Kids and Teens. Signe Whitson, $41.95

The Power of Groups: Solution-Focused Group Counseling in Schools. Leslie Cooley, $42.50

Resilience Builder Program for Children and Adolescents: Enhancing Social Competence and Self-Regulation. Mary Karapetian Alvord, Bonnie Zucker & Judy Johnson Grados, $65.95

Small Group Counseling for Children: Grades K – 2. Diane Senn, $37.95

Small Group Counseling for Children: Grades 2 – 5. Diane Senn, $39.95

Support Groups for Children. Kathleen O’Rourke & John Worzbyt, $99.50

Talk with Teens about What Matters to Them: Ready-to-Use Discussions on Stress, Identity, Feelings, Relationships, Family, and the Future. Jean Sunde Peterson, $57.99

Teaching Self-Regulation to Children through Interactive Lessons. Will Moody & Brad Chapman, $79.95 (grades K-6)

Teambuilding with Teens: Activities for Leadership, Decision Making, & Group Success (Book & CD-ROM). Mariam MacGregor, $49.99

Teens — Out-of-the-Box Coping Skills: Facilitator Reproducible Activities for Groups and Individuals. Ester Leutenberg & Carol Butler, $68.95

Thinking, Feeling, Behaving: an Emotional Education Curriculum for Children Grades 1-6. Ann Vernon, $66.95

Thinking, Feeling, Behaving: an Emotional Education Curriculum for Children Grades 7-12. Ann Vernon, $66.95

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