Aged 5-8 – Understanding Your Feelings
Using engaging and colourful resources, we can help young children understand what they are feeling, why, and how to deal with the effects. With scenarios to talk through, feelings cards to help explain, and other well tested CBT methods, We Eat Elephants is a great way to help children learn to communicate and express their feelings.
Aged 9-12 – Making Changes to How You feel
Dealing with current issues that our children face in both school and home environments. The loss of a loved one, failing to reach targets, peer pressure and much more, these situations can be talked through and dealt with by using our tools and resources, tailored for children of this age.
Developed by Dr Chris Williams a medical Doctor and Professor at Glasgow University an award winning and widely recognised researcher and trainer in CB recognised researcher and trainer in CBT and Delivered by trained therapists and practitioners in Living Life to therapists and practitioners in Living Life to The Full.
Take a look at some of the websites and apps that can support you.
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