- Author: Marilyn Sorensen, PhD
- Publisher: Wolf Publishing Company
- Size: 6x9 164 pages
This handbook serves as a framework for understanding and providing the guidance essential for building healthy self-esteem in children. It clearly illustrates, point by point, the ways in which healthy self- esteem – a view of self as being adequate to cope with and succeed in life – can be established in children. It also addresses many mistakes frequently made by both parents and teachers that can result in low self- esteem – self doubt about their adequacy, competence, worthiness and lovability. These pages provide a road map and resource to be used over and over as the child grows.
The Handbook for Building Healthy Self-Esteem in Children is a fantastic resource for adults who care about children. Implementation of its practical, effective easy-to-understand tools and methods will foster a healthy self-concept I our children that can protect them from risky behavior and help them grow into their full selves.”
Kathy Masarie, MD, Founder and Program Director of Full Esteem Ahead