Parenting Printable Workbook EMOTION COACHING EDITION
How to introduce Emotion Coaching to your Parenting Toolkit.
Do you want to support your child through their emotional challenges with a calm approach that has a proven positive impact on emotional intelligence?
This 35 page emotion coaching workbook has been designed to help you discover emotion coaching as an approach to supporting your child's emotional health and intelligence. Research has shown it to be an effective approach in children's emotional development, however we understand parents need support to implement it in their own toolkit.
The workbook will:
- explain what emotion coaching is
- explains the benefits of emotion coaching
- help you discover how your childhood experiences of big feelings is impacting your responses to your child today
- help you to discover why emotion coaching is a valuable addition to your parenting toolkit
- helps you understand what happens in the brain when emotion coaching is used with children
- teachyou 6 key values you need to embrace to be your child's emotion coach
- teach you the 5 key steps in the emotion coaching process
- teach you key techniques that you can use when emotion coaching
- address common FAQ's
- provide 5 resources to help you be your child's emotion coach including prompt sheets and affirmation cards.
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On purchasing, you will receive a link to PDF files through the order confirmation page or find it in your email confirmation. Download to your computer and print. You can print at home or with an online/local printer. Your file sizes are A4 or US Letter Size.
Alternatively, you can use the FILLABLE pdf file included in your download, which means you can type your thoughts into your workbook in the digital text boxes provided within the document.
©Ink and Scribbles/The Mama Haven 2021. This downloadable product is for personal use only and is not for sharing, forwarding or resell.
DISCLAIMER: This item is a coaching resource and does not replace medical advice. Please, always seek the advice of a professional if you have concerns about your or your child's mental health.