A Way of Being with Children: Managing Feelings and Behavior in the Classroom and Beyond
Written by Jane Robinson, LMHC, RPT-S
This teacher and parent manual focuses on attitudes, knowledge, and skills that teachers and parents can use to foster a positive teacher-child relationship. This wire bound 60-page book has 10 tabs, includes glossary and references. Topics covered include...
Acceptance of the child
Power of the teacher
The Changing Child
Brain (Neurosequential) Development
Brain Gender Differences
Resiliency and Emotional Intelligence
The Power of Play
How to Create Good Reflections
The Use of Encouragement
Empowering the Relationship with Choices
Entering the Child’s World
"Play Therapy For Very Young Children"
Edited by Charles E. Schaefer, Sophronia Kelly-Zion, Judith McCormick, Akiko Ohnogi.
Published by Jason Aronson
Multiple leading professionals in the field of early intervention and play therapy have contributed chapters to “Play Therapy.”
Jane Robinson, LMHC, co-authored Chapter 9, “Play Therapy Techniques with Very Young At-Risk Children in Child Care Settings.”
“The contributing authors challenge the reader with a strong theory and research base, insightful case studies, focus on prevention, and an emphasis on both meta-communication and multicultural qualities,” says Linda Homeyer, PhD, President, Association for Play Therapy
Available on Amazon.com. Enter “Play Therapy for Very Young Children” in the search box and click on “Go”