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EMOTIONAL ISSUES ARE AT AN ALL-TIME HIGH
Do you see your child frustrated, sad or worried?
Does your child...
❌ Get upset about small things
❌ Easily quit activities
❌ Have a hard time transitioning from an activity
❌ Receive more behavior reports from school
❌ Isolate themselves more
❌ Avoid trying new things
❌ Have low frustration tolerance
Immediate improvements in your child's wellbeing are within reach...
AFTER LEARNING THE LIFE SKILLS TAUGHT
Succeed In School
Practice Healthy Habits
Improve Social Skills
Discover how to teach life skills to your children from an experienced psychotherapist
Paul Sweetow has spent over 30 years in the helping profession as a psychotherapist. He received his master's degree in social work from The University of Chicago.
Paul is the author of ten books: Student Life Skills, The Socratic Parent, The Heroic Adventures of Miles and Maria Books 1-8.
Paul provides psychotherapy for all ages using cognitive/behavioral therapy, DBT, positive psychology, and blends in the warrior mindset.GET THE ONLINE PROGRAM
Here is how it works:
Gain access to 60+ animated life skill video lessons
Utilize the Student Life Skills Whiteboard to apply and reflect on the newly learned skills
Learn Lifelong Skills
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Student Life Skills Online Programs
Each Online Program consists of Ready-To-Use Two-Minute Animated Video Lessons with Downloadable Parent Instruction Sheets, Downloadable Worksheets for child to practice the skill
What Parents and Educators Are Saying About the Student Life Skills Online Program
Penelope L. Peterson Ph.D.
Dean, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University
In Student Life Skills, Paul Sweetow provides useful tools for parents and teachers to help children learn skills for coping with their feelings in different life situations involving school, family and friends. I highly recommend the book to parents and teachers who want to help children develop resilience so that each child can deal easily with hardships that come along.
Stan McCracken, Ph.D.
Lecturer-Retired, University of Chicago, Vietnam Veteran—US Army
As a veteran and clinician working with the military, I understand that the relationship with our children are critically important for the emotional wellness of both the child and the parent. Student Life Skills provides actionable tools and strategies for parents to help their children in areas of: increasing happiness, reducing stress and anger, building grit and resilience, succeeding in school, and enhancing relationships with family and friends. I highly recommend Student Life Skills to all military parents.
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