Conquer back-to-school jitters
Did you know that balloons, glitter, sponges and even post-it notes can reduce anxiety? Michele Kambolis, a child and family therapist in Vancouver, recommends using children’s natural language—play—to help banish any back-to-school butterflies. Her new book, Generation Stressed, translates Cognitive Behavioural Therapy into fun exercises for parents and kids to try together. The book hits stores Saturday, September 6, 2014.
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