Kids’ Skills in Action

Original title: Muksuopin Lumous

Published: 2010

Publisher: Tammi

Class/genre: Non-Fiction

Pages: 158

Kids’ Skills is a revolutionary way of helping children to work through a range of psychological problems. Relying on an abundance of case stories gathered from around the globe, the book explains how the Kids’ Skills method can be applied to solving various problems children face.

The book starts off by presenting the fifteen steps of the Kids’ Skills program and illustrating them with the aid of real-life examples. The reader can begin executing his or her own program with a child based on the guidelines provided in the book.

The book also presents ideas for working with groups of children as well as entire school classes or even an entire school. The results of Kids’ Skills show that when children are approached in a manner emphasizing respect and cooperation, they in turn can demonstrate the desire and capacity to resolve their own problems.

Rights sold: English (Australia), German, Dutch, Swedish, Danish, Estonian, Russian

 

Ben Furman


Ben Furman is a psychiatrist, psychotherapist, trainer of solution- focused psychotherapy, and author. He has written several books on mental well-being and psychotherapy.

Ben Furman is one of the developers of the Kids’ Skills method.

Rights to his works are sold in e.g. English (Australia), Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

Bibliography


Ben Furman

I am Proud of You!

2011, Non-Fiction


Ben Furman

Kids’ Skills

2003, Non-Fiction


Ben Furman

Enjoy Your Life Again

2011, Non-Fiction

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