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REVIEWS for WHAT IS A FEELING?

Engaging, proactive and thought–provoking. What is a Feeling? offers valuable tools to children, parents, teachers and health professionals to gently and appropriately process the many types of feelings we experience. Suggesting sensitivity and respect as channels for emotional expression, this book presents effective and interactive means to assist any professional addressing the psychological challenges of emotional confusion, developmental issues or traumatic experience in our society for both healthy evolvement and recovery, in children and adults alike.

– Laura Sharpe

Founder/CEO/Executive Director

Artists for Trauma (www.artistfortrama.org)

…where Recovery is an Art!

What a gem! This sweet and simple book is packed with deep wisdom and practical guidance. An important read for both little growing people and the bigger people who are caring for and guiding them as they learn and unfold.

– Carrie Contey, PhD

Author, Calms: A Guide to Soothing Your Baby

A comprehensive approach to examine all the possible feelings a child could have. It allows parents, caretakers, or any important people in child’s life to help a child understand that feelings are part of what make us human and to understand how to identify and express them appropriately. I recommend this book as a tool to help children understand their feelings, what circumstances create feelings, and how best to express them.

– Andrea “Dr. Andie” Weiner, EdD

Child and Family Therapist

www.drandie.com

Author of The Best Investment

More Than Saying I Love You

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