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How to Teach Coping Skills to Stressed Out Students

  • DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF HOW TO MOVE STUDENTS FROM STRESS TO RESILIENCE
    You'll go from having a generic idea about how to foster coping to understanding 10 specific coping skills (and in plain language you and kids can understand!)
  • INSIGHT ON NEXT STEPS TO SUPPORT STUDENTS SKILLS
    You'll be able to pinpoint which of the 10 coping skills need to be targeted, AND know exactly how to start teaching them.
  • PRINTABLE TOOLS YOU CAN USE IN MINI-LESSONS WITH KIDS
    You'll have a Coping Skills "Playbook" full of ready-to-use printable tools for each of the 10 skill areas that you can use again and again!
  • 10+ FUN WAYS TO BOOST SKILLS IN JUST A FEW MINUTES A DAY
    Kids and teens learn more when activities are actually fun! These tools have been tried and tested with real live kiddos and only the fun ones made the cut!
    *includes a bonus coloring book!

$299.00 USD

The Thriving Students Collective Course Disclaimer 

By registering for and purchasing this course, you agree that: (1) This program is intended for use by licensed educational psychologists, persons in training or education programs to become licensed educational psychologists, other licensed mental health professionals, teachers, schools and school sponsored or affiliated programs, parents, and other educators working with children and students; (2) This program is not intended to be a thorough treatise on educational psychology, but should instead be treated as a conversation with the author and nothing in this program is intended to be a substitution for formal education or university training and this program does not provide a supervisory relationship; (3) Nothing in this program should be treated as psychiatric treatment, diagnoses, professional opinions, or other provision of treatment or assessment by a licensed professional. This course is intended only to provide tools to assist students in finding ways to build and learn coping and other study skills. This course and the tools it provides are not a replacement or vehicle for professional psychological or other mental health treatment or services, it does not create any psychologist-patient relationship or privilege, and is not intended to replace any kind of IEP, formal education, or other professional mental health services. Parents who utilize this course and the tools it provides for their children shall not rely on the author for individualized professional advice or services, and acknowledge that this course is intended to provide tools to assist students and does not promise, guarantee, or imply any particular result; (4) The author of this program shall not be liable for any damages or for the breach of any warranty, express or implied, whether of merchantability or fitness for any purpose or otherwise, or for any other obligation or liability on account of the program; and (5) You will indemnify and hold harmless the author and all officers, directors, shareholders, employees, agents, and otherwise and all their respective successors and assigns against any cause of action, loss, liability, damage, cost or expense of any nature whatsoever, whether accrued, absolute, contingent, or otherwise, including, without limitation, attorney’s fees and costs (whether or not suit is brought), arising out of or relating to your use of the program or application of the principles of the program or any negligent act or omission you commit.

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