Brighter Futures: A Parent's Guide To Raising Happy, Confident Children In The Primary School Years

Brighter Futures: A Parent's Guide To Raising Happy, Confident Children In The Primary School Years

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Overview

Brighter Futures has been written by a team of clinical psychologists for parents and carers of children aged 4-11. This book tackles some of the challenges that face a child of this age in the modern world. Maybe your child is struggling to live life to the full. Perhaps worries are holding them back? Maybe they are finding friendships tricky? Maybe teachers have raised concerns that something is getting in the way of your child being happy or fulfilling their potential at school? A team of clinical psychologists guide you through exactly what to do, from figuring out the roots of the problem, to making and reviewing a manageable plan of action. Each chapter follows the same approach and contains tried and tested strategies that are practical and focused on the areas of concern. This book considers the whole child and all the aspects which make up their world, including environment, their routines, diet, exercise, brain development, their feelings, and their views. It will help you guide your child to learn the essential skills of life. [Subject: Psychology, Children's Psychology]

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781911383130
Publisher: Free Association Books Limited
Publication date: 05/23/2018
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: (w) x (h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction to the team Dr Lucy Bussell 1

How to get the most out of this book 16

1 Anxiety: When Worries Take Control Dr Susan Wimshurst, clinical psychologist 25

2 Friendships and Bullying: 'Friends are like squiggly lines; they are hard to get straight' Dr Liz Dawes, clinical psychologist 71

3 Self-Esteem: Building your child's confidence in a challenging world Nicola Gorringe, clinical psychologist 129

4 Anger and Frustration: Helping your child to 'tame that temper' Dr Jennifer Swanston, clinical psychologist 187

5 School related Stress: "Maths is Impossible!" Dr Katherine Hodson, clinical psychologist 229

6 Concentration and motivation: Attention, listening and concentration Dr Lucy Russell, clinical psychologist 277

Biographies 347

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