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The Mom’s Choice Award winner, Make Social and Emotional Learning Stick! Practical activities to help your child manage their emotions, navigate social situations and decrease anxiety, Expanded and Updated, has helped thousands of families manage their child’s emotions, increase positive behavior and social skills, reduce anxiety, and so much more!
Does your child struggle to fit in, make friends, have social confidence, socialize, and navigate social situations?
Learn how to help them become more aware, empathetic, and able to understand social and emotional skills to gain perspective and make friends.
Does your child experience high levels of anxiety or BIG emotions with meltdowns that happen in the blink of an eye?
Get inspired with mindful activities, coping tools, and daily calming strategies to boost your child’s emotional intelligence, regulation, and ability to pause before they react.
Are you looking for the energy and patience to help your child develop these skills, but too busy managing the meltdowns, self-regulation issues, and behaviors that come from sensitivities, anxiety, ADHD, or autism?
This Mom’s Choice Award-winning book offers practical ideas in a user-friendly structure with simple and fun activities that help parents do just that. Because your child learns the most from YOU!
Children need ongoing exposure for greater awareness and understanding of themselves and the complex world in which they live—as well as explanations and practice throughout the day—to manage their emotions, navigate social situations, and reduce anxiety.
Over 200 updated simple and easy-to-understand activities show you the teachable moments to use throughout your daily routines with your child.
Getting ready for the day, preparing and eating meals together, reading time, going to the doctor, celebrating holidays, and partnering with your child’s school become opportunities for discovery and practice of expected social behavior.
These social and emotional skills activities, including new mindfulness practices and a new section on bridging home and school, are invaluable for busy or overwhelmed parents. When you have the tools you need to help your child, you can both become more calm, confident, and connected.
Read Make Social and Emotional Learning Stick! and help your child:
- Build conversation skills for better relationships
- Navigate transitions and boundaries, and try new things
- Focus on schoolwork instead of resisting or complaining
- Gain listening and mindfulness skills to build better friendships
- Identify hidden social rules that make social situations easier
- Learn empathy and how to see others’ perspectives instead of just their own
- Develop tools to build resilience and emotional regulation, decrease anxiety, and much more!
Help your child thrive socially and emotionally—without either of you getting frustrated or overwhelmed!
MEET THE AUTHOR
Elizabeth A. Sautter, MA, CCC-SLP, co-directs and co-owns Communication Works, a private practice offering speech, language, social, and occupational therapy for children and adults. She has worked with preschool to adult clients and their families since 1996 in private practice, schools, and hospitals. Following her professional passion, Elizabeth has specialized in social communication, self-regulation, and executive functioning. She thrives on learning and developing functional and creative intervention tools and programs to support her clients, and enjoys collaborating with other professionals and parents. In addition, her relationships with her sister and extended family members with special needs have made her work a lifelong endeavor. She has completed a mentorship and internship with Michelle Garcia Winner, Stephanie Madrigal, and Pamela Crooke, and has co-authored two popular children's books about whole body listening, Whole Body Listening Larry at Home and Whole Body Listening Larry at School. She lives with her husband, two sons, and a dog, who continually teach her new life lessons and keep her smiling. To learn more, you can visit her website.