Tips & Strategies

Signe’s books and workshops are designed to provide professionals and parents with important insights into kids’ thoughts, feelings, and behaviors while also giving practical, easy-to-understand, and ready-to-use strategies and solutions.

Keep in mind: there are no easy answers to problems such as anger in children or bullying.  If these issues were easy, you wouldn’t be researching them and I wouldn’t be writing books on the subjects.  This is challenging stuff–both for kids and the adults trying to help them.  The tips and strategies on these pages are not designed to minimize the complexity of the issues facing kids, parents, professionals, and schools, but rather to make these extremely challenging issues more manageable.

 

Please click on the topics below to find helpful tips and strategies for the kids in your care:1969316_645703718798424_1784569286_n

 

Assertive Phrases to Stop Bullying

4 Rules to STANd up to Bullying

Strategies for Becoming an Ally Before, During, and After Bullying

2 Rules for Stopping Gossip

Is it Rude, is it Mean or Is it Bullying?

4 Choices in Anger Expression

Assertive Strategies for Making & Refusing Requests

How to Disagree without Arguing

 

All of the tips & strategies listed above are excerpted from How to Be Angry: An Assertive Anger Expression Group Guide for Kids and TeensFriendship & Other Weapons: Group Activities to Help Young Girls Aged 5-11 to Cope with Bullying and The Angry Smile: The Psychology of Passive Aggressive Behavior in Families, Schools, and Workplaces, 2nd ed.

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