If your child is prone to anxiety, offering them support and knowing what to say, can feel really difficult. Offering children an environment where they feel able to talk without judgement, feel accepted and have their emotions respected becomes fundamental to helping them to grow their confidence and resilience.
At its core, for children to feel more in control we need to help them build their resilience skills. Resilience is all about our ability to manage situations and bounce back from difficulties. In order to foster resilience we need:
In this blog, i’ll be sharing ten resources that you can use to help children achieve these:
1)FREE Parent guide to supporting children with separation anxiety
2) FREE Parent Guide to supporting children with school transitions
3) Parent Guide – Parent Guide to Support Child Anxiety
36 pages of information, resources and activities to support your child
4) Children’s Book – Brian and the Funny Feeling –
Join Brian as he learns how to manage his anxious feelings
5) Children’s Book – Brian and the Scary Moment
Join Brian as he learns what to do when he worries about not seeing his mummy
6) Children’s Book – Brian and the Changing Path
Join Brian as he learns how to cope with changes in his routine
7) Workbook – Brian’s Little Workbook to Grow Positive Thoughts
Join Brian in his workbook where he teaches children about their brains and how to overcome problems. As well as how to grow more positive thoughts!
8) FREE AUDIO – Child Relaxation Audio
A free children’s audio to use at bedtime to help children to relax
9) AUDIO – Rainbow Ribbons Meditation
A hypnotherapy based audio for bedtime to relax the central nervous system and help children feel calm
10) RESOURCE PACK – Brian’s Exploratory Feelings Cards
A resource pack containing 68 cards, 8 questions and a user manual to help you to talk to your child about how they feel. Focussed on developing children’s emotional vocabulary and helping them to express their feelings. Accompanied with worksheets to use together to look at solutions.
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