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Children's Workbook 

Signs Of Child Distress

  • Emotional and behavioral regression

  • Hiding in their room and avoiding everyone

  • Internalizing and blaming themselves for the divorce

  • Struggling with the transition between two homes

  • Feeling sad or anxious 

  • Seem to have lost their personality

  • Going into rages of anger and self-destruction mode

  • Resisting going to the other parent's home

  • Showing a decreased interest in school or extracurricular activities

Children Playing

Boost internal confidence and self-esteem by overcoming limiting beliefs of self-blame and feelings of rejection.

Smiling Teen Boy

Develop self-soothing techniques and tools when they are feeling distressed from school work, peer pressure, or transitioning between both parental homes.

Children coloring

Foster one's self-worth and internal core beliefs to manage life stressors and developmental growth with ease.

"I've noticed her self-confidence is improving on the days I encourage and work with her. The workbook has definitely made a positive change for my daughter."

Addison's mom, age 6


The workbook can Help Your child

  • Overcome moodiness and oppositional behaviors

  • Communicate their emotions effectively 

  • Boost their internal confidence and self-esteem

  • Manage their feelings of anxiousness with self-soothing tools

  • Diminish unresolved anger and aggression

  • Develop boundaries to meet their emotional needs

  • Build their internal core values and create inner peace

  • Better adapting skills for transitioning between homes


"I've seen a huge decrease in Mason's anger outbursts since starting the workbook. He has found the coping skills to be helpful in working through his frustrations."

Mason's dad, age 13

Ages 6-11

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Ages 12-17

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