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A central aim of any society should be that its children enjoy their lives and acquire the skills necessary to become happy, functioning adults. For this, they need to develop emotional buoyancy, coping skills, resilience and the ability to form constructive social relationships.
-World Happiness Report, 2015
When you have children, your goal is to help them learn and grow into productive members of society. Recently, you’ve started to notice that your child is getting….
And they don’t know what to do! Many kids are finding it hard to cope with feelings and expressing those feelings in healthy ways. And you are trying to figure out different ways to help them.
So what can you do?
You can teach kids coping skills. You can create champions who can identify and manage their big feelings.
But how do you do this?
In the middle of a melt down is no time to figure out coping skills.
In this course you’ll learn how to teach kids coping skills. The course presents ideas for exploring what coping skills kids already have and ways to figure out ones they can try. You’ll also learn ways to encourage kids to use these skills when they are needed.
To make learning about feelings and teaching coping skills to kids easy to start at home, there’s an e-book of family activities with the necessary printables that you need to get started. This would be perfect for elementary school aged kids.
Create Coping Skills Champions at Home!
StartLesson 1 – Welcome to the Coping Skills Champions at Home course (11:16)
StartLesson 2 – How to introduce Coping Skills to Kids (15:34)
StartLesson 3 – Calming Coping Skills Ideas (12:21)
StartLesson 4 – Physical Coping Skills Ideas (7:42)
StartLesson 5 – Distraction Coping Skills Ideas (6:33)
StartLesson 6 – Processing Coping Skills Ideas for Understanding Feelings (7:22)
StartLesson 7 – Processing Coping Skills Ideas for Expressing Feelings and Thoughts (8:35)
StartLesson 8 – How to set up your home (20:27)
StartLesson 9 – Self-Care – Let’s work on our own coping skills (10:51)