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Make a difference in kids’ social emotional well-being starting now.
To make a difference in children’s lives so that they can be successful in school and beyond, get a copy of our best-selling Decision Making Workbook for kids.
Anytime you use this workbook, you can feel confident and satisfied that you’re engaging kids and showing them effective ways to make good decisions, a crucial social emotional skill that kids carry over into adulthood.
When kids learn to make good choices, they often become more independent, confident, and responsible.
More of of our best sellers…
I Can Make Friends Social Story
This Making Friends Social Story empowers kids with basic relationship skills to help them build positive, long lasting relationships so that they can be successful in school and in life.
Emoji Feelings Identification Cards
These Emoji Feelings Identification Cards help to foster young children’s social emotional development by showing them how to practice self-awareness. Kids learn how to label and express their feelings through engaging games and movement exercises.
Six Week Self-Esteem Group + Workbook
This six week Self-Esteem Group Lesson + workbook inspires kids to accept themselves as they are and to feel secure in their own skin so that they can face life’s challenges with confidence.
I’m Yanique Chambers, LCSW/MA
I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and former school social worker, trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, EMDR, and Yoga Cognitive Behavior Therapy. I’ve spent most of the last 17 years working with children and families.
I believe when you’re drowning in responsibilities, the last thing you need is someone adding one more thing to your to do list. We get it. Our community motto is work smarter, not harder.
And yet, if you want to make a difference in children’s social emotional well-being and help them succeed in school and life, the time to start empowering them with social emotional skills is now.
I believe that with a few simple adjustments, even the busiest school social worker can feel confident and fulfilled about making a difference in children’s social emotional well-being without sacrificing their mental health and self-care needs.
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