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Hope For The Journey: Helping Children Through Good Times And Bad: A Story-building Guide For Parents, Teachers, And Therapists download ebook

by William Cook,Michael A Rapoff,J William Cook,C R Snyder,C. R. Snyder,Diane Mcdermott

Hope For The Journey: Helping Children Through Good Times And Bad: A Story-building Guide For Parents, Teachers, And Therapists download ebook
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0813331560
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978-0813331560
Author:
William Cook,Michael A Rapoff,J William Cook,C R Snyder,C. R. Snyder,Diane Mcdermott
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Basic Books (July 31, 1997)
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240 pages
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ISBN : 0813331560 Author : William Cook, Michael A Rapoff, J William Cook, C R Snyder, C. Snyder, P. Using stories that children construct and tell about themselves, this book takes the reader step-by-step through the hope- building process

ISBN : 0813331560 Author : William Cook, Michael A Rapoff, J William Cook, C R Snyder, C. club/readonline/?item 0813331560&lan en. 4. Hopeful children are happier children who become more successful, productive adults. Using stories that children construct and tell about themselves, this book takes the reader step-by-step through the hope- building process.

Hopeful children are happier children who become more successful, productive adults. In Hope for the Journey, the authors, all professional psychologists who work with children and families, believe that adults can work with children to build hope and combat helplessness. Using stories that children construct and tell about themselves, this book takes the reader step-by-step through the hope-building process.

by William Cook, Michael A Rapoff, J William Cook, C R Snyder, C. . Snyder, Diane Mcdermott. ISBN 9780813331560 (978-0-8133-3156-0) Hardcover, Basic Books, 1997.

Hopeful children are happier children who become more successful .

J. William Cook William Cook Diane McDermott Michael A. Rapoff C. Snyder. Hope for the Journey William Cook, Diane McDermott, Michael A. Rapoff, C. Snyder Percheron Press/Eliot Werner Publications, 2002.

Children exhibit three major responses to conflict It’s okay to be vulnerable at times.

Children exhibit three major responses to conflict. One way is by avoiding their emotions. Kids can do this out of good intentions - they don’t want their parents to feel sad or guilty - but it means the parents never know their child’s true feelings. Another way kids respond is by being aggressive. They mimic the conflict they’ve been witnessing and lash out at their parents and at other people. They might not even know why they’re so angry. It’s okay to be vulnerable at times. Children need to know their parents are human, too. In the end, what’s most important is for them to know they are loved by you and that you’ll always be there for them.

Hope for the Journey. Helping Children Through Good Times and Bad. by C. Snyder, Diane McDermott, William Cook, Michael A. Rapoff. Published August 1997 by Westview Pr (Trd).

Hopeful children are happier children who become more successful, productive adults. In Hope for the Journey, the authors, all professional psychologists who work with children and families, believe that adults can work with children to build hope and combat helplessness. Using stories that children construct and tell about themselves, this book takes the reader step-by-step through the hope-building process.Based on theory and research but written for the lay reader—the parent, teacher, and anyone who works with children— Hope for the Journey is a guide for infusing hopefulness in children. Chapters address parents working with children's normal, everyday problems, more difficult problems, and physical problems. Also included are discussions of how teachers can foster hope from primary through secondary school. The authors present fascinating case histories accompanied by simple line drawings that children can color in as they follow along with the stories. Appendixes include The Young Children Hope Scale for boys and girls as well as a comprehensive list of children's books on hope-related issues.This lively, engaging book is a valuable reference filled with real-life examples and motivation for parents, teachers, and children.