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Raising Emotionally Healthy Children

Raising Emotionally Healthy Children
Raising Emotionally Healthy Children explores how parents can help their children reach their potential as emotionally healthy adults.
Our Price: €14.99
ISBN/EAN9781847305916
Stock: -157
Publisher: Veritas Publications
Pub. Date: May 14 2015
Author: GILLIGAN, PAUL
Format: Trade PB
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Drawing on over twenty-five years experience of working with children and teenagers, Paul Gilligan provides practical information to parents on strategies to promote good emotional health, complemented by exercises that help parents explore their own approaches to parenting. He also reassures parents of their innate ability to love and do what s right by their child. Suitable for parents of children aged thirteen and under, but useful for all parents, this book will also be of interest to teachers, child care workers and mental health workers. The author s earnings from sales of this book will be given to the St Patrick s Mental Health Foundation in support of the Walk in My Shoes campaign that raises funds for services to help people with mental health difficulties in Ireland.
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