A to Z Mindfulness


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A to Z Mindfulness: A Coping Skills Coloring Book for Kids is a fun and interactive way for kids to practice mindfulness and coping skills. Each page offers a mindfulness activity and a positive affirmation. Perfect for using in the home or classroom. Children can draw and practice alone, or with a grown up who cares about them and wants to see them grow. 

Each page also includes an affirmation to improve confidence, positive self talk, and emotional expression. These affirmations can be repeated throughout the day. Parents can use them as reminders when a child is feeling overwhelmed by a big emotion or is in need of encouragement. 

A fun and useful way to teach the children in your life about mindfulness and coping with life’s daily stressors.


 
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Reviews

“I love the upbeat message that is shared throughout this book. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to use this book as a means to start conversations about feelings and mindfulness.”

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Authors

 
  Photo: Jeremiah McDaniel Photography

Photo: Jeremiah McDaniel Photography

Leanne Richer

Leanne is Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) working with children and families in Los Angeles County. Leanne received a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. Leanne is currently working as a clinical supervisor and enjoys creating materials to assist clinicians in making therapy fun.

Shauna Havlina

Shauna is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) offering counseling services in Redding, California and surrounding areas. Her therapy office is conveniently located in downtown Redding, in the beautiful McCormick Mansion. She specializes in therapy with families, couples, and children and has devoted years of education and training to issues of stress, trauma, and loss.

 

Published in 2018 by Leanne Richter and Shauna Havlina.
Illustrations by Ignacio G. / Cover Design by Jeffrey Vallis. / Book Layout by Leanne Richter.