Guidance Group

Life Management Skills Series for Teens

$580.00 inc GST $527.27 ex GST

Save time and money!
Each book has 50 plus reproducible activity handouts on different life skills topics
Engaging graphics and illustrations

Created by Kathy Khalsa, OTR/L & Ester Leutenberg. Reduce your preparation with these high-quality materials that you’ll use as a primary focus for individual sessions and groups. Reverse side has two suggested activities for each handout. The engaging graphics and illustrations provide an important visual aid. You’ll see some popular topics duplicated, but no handouts are the same! Books are 9-1/4″ x 11″, spiral bound, 112-128 pages.

Activities are an excellent way for teens to learn essential life management skills. Based on this knowledge, the Life Management Skills Series was developed as a large collection of highly reproducible practical activities for facilitators to use with their clients. The activities have been written around key life situations in an organised and logical manner. They have been designed for specific well-defined purposes allowing for extensive client involvement. Furthermore, they are adaptable and broad range of use for teachers, counsellors, therapists, social workers, nurses, psychologists, and other professionals to focus on specific goals with their specific populations.

The Life Management Skills Series comes complete with reproducible CD’s and represent an ideal resource for all facilitators working with teens in learning and therapeutic settings.

The titles included in this excellent series are:

– Life Management Skills I Topics: assertion, discharge planning, emotion identification, exercise, goal setting, leisure, motivation, nutrition, problem solving, risk taking, role satisfaction, self-awareness, self-esteem, sleep, stress management, support systems, and time management.

– Life Management Skills II Topics: activities of daily living, anger management, assertion, communication: verbal, communication: non-verbal, coping skills, grief/loss, humour, life balance, money management, parenting, reminiscence, safety, self-esteem, recovery, stress management, support systems, and time management.

– Life Management Skills III Topics: ageing, body image, communication, conflict resolution, coping skills, creative expression, healthy living, job readiness, nurturance, relapse prevention, relationships, roles, self-awareness, self-empowerment, social skills, and stress management.

– Life Management Skills IV Topics: activities of daily living, combating stigma, communication, coping with serious mental illness, home management, humour, job readiness, journalising, leisure, parenting, relationships, responsibility, self-esteem, sexual health, social skills, stress management, suicide issues, and values.

– Life Management Skills V Topics: abuse, ageing, coping skills, grief, interpersonal skills, leisure, making changes, medication management, parenting, positive attitude, recovery, relationships, self-esteem, self-expression, and supports.

– Life Management Skills VI Topics: anxiety/fear, expressive arts, goal setting, healthy living, independent living skills, interpersonal skills, leisure, personal responsibility, positive outlook, recovery, relationships, self-esteem, spirituality, stress management, and therapeutic treatment.

– Life Management Skills VII Topics: activities of daily living, anxiety, communication, coping, emotions, goals, leisure, money management, productive/work activities, recovery, relapse prevention, relationships, responsibility, self-esteem, skill development, social skills, spirituality, and time management.

– Life Management Skills VIII Topics: activities of daily living, communication, coping & recovery skills, discharge planning, emotions, grief/loss, leisure, living with mental illness, physical health, positive thinking, relationships, self-esteem, spiritual support, stress management, and substance abuse recovery.

Ages: Teens

SKU: 117099 - 99 Categories: , , Ages: 13-18 Author: Kathy Khalsa & Ester Leutenberg Illustrator: Publisher: Childswork/Childsplay Page count: 112-128 Edition: ISBN: Publish date: Language: English

Product overview

Save time and money!
Each book has 50 plus reproducible activity handouts on different life skills topics
Engaging graphics and illustrations

Created by Kathy Khalsa, OTR/L & Ester Leutenberg. Reduce your preparation with these high-quality materials that you’ll use as a primary focus for individual sessions and groups. Reverse side has two suggested activities for each handout. The engaging graphics and illustrations provide an important visual aid. You’ll see some popular topics duplicated, but no handouts are the same! Books are 9-1/4″ x 11″, spiral bound, 112-128 pages.

Activities are an excellent way for teens to learn essential life management skills. Based on this knowledge, the Life Management Skills Series was developed as a large collection of highly reproducible practical activities for facilitators to use with their clients. The activities have been written around key life situations in an organised and logical manner. They have been designed for specific well-defined purposes allowing for extensive client involvement. Furthermore, they are adaptable and broad range of use for teachers, counsellors, therapists, social workers, nurses, psychologists, and other professionals to focus on specific goals with their specific populations.

The Life Management Skills Series comes complete with reproducible CD’s and represent an ideal resource for all facilitators working with teens in learning and therapeutic settings.

The titles included in this excellent series are:

– Life Management Skills I Topics: assertion, discharge planning, emotion identification, exercise, goal setting, leisure, motivation, nutrition, problem solving, risk taking, role satisfaction, self-awareness, self-esteem, sleep, stress management, support systems, and time management.

– Life Management Skills II Topics: activities of daily living, anger management, assertion, communication: verbal, communication: non-verbal, coping skills, grief/loss, humour, life balance, money management, parenting, reminiscence, safety, self-esteem, recovery, stress management, support systems, and time management.

– Life Management Skills III Topics: ageing, body image, communication, conflict resolution, coping skills, creative expression, healthy living, job readiness, nurturance, relapse prevention, relationships, roles, self-awareness, self-empowerment, social skills, and stress management.

– Life Management Skills IV Topics: activities of daily living, combating stigma, communication, coping with serious mental illness, home management, humour, job readiness, journalising, leisure, parenting, relationships, responsibility, self-esteem, sexual health, social skills, stress management, suicide issues, and values.

– Life Management Skills V Topics: abuse, ageing, coping skills, grief, interpersonal skills, leisure, making changes, medication management, parenting, positive attitude, recovery, relationships, self-esteem, self-expression, and supports.

– Life Management Skills VI Topics: anxiety/fear, expressive arts, goal setting, healthy living, independent living skills, interpersonal skills, leisure, personal responsibility, positive outlook, recovery, relationships, self-esteem, spirituality, stress management, and therapeutic treatment.

– Life Management Skills VII Topics: activities of daily living, anxiety, communication, coping, emotions, goals, leisure, money management, productive/work activities, recovery, relapse prevention, relationships, responsibility, self-esteem, skill development, social skills, spirituality, and time management.

– Life Management Skills VIII Topics: activities of daily living, communication, coping & recovery skills, discharge planning, emotions, grief/loss, leisure, living with mental illness, physical health, positive thinking, relationships, self-esteem, spiritual support, stress management, and substance abuse recovery.

Ages: Teens