Written by a licensed Psychotherapist, this chapter book for early readers uses an engaging and funny adventure story along with contemporary illustrations to cover the topics of anxiety and emotional expression.
Woe The Worried wasn't always worried. In fact, he used to be quite relaxed. But after a traumatic experience battling a mean and nasty doughnut monster, Woe begins to transform. Woe begins to have both physical and emotional symptoms of stress, and yet is scared to share his new anxious feelings with others. While attempting to cover up his true feelings, Woe must face his own fears along with a crew of anxiety-provoking creatures, including a frigidly nasty creature called, The Icemaker! Along the way, with the help of his friends such as Super "The Confident" and Mixy "The Confused", Woe learns to identify, express and regulate his fears and anxiety. He learns that emotional expression is important and that feelings are always changing!
Along with a fun adventure story, this book also provides practical tips for kids to express and to deal with all kinds of worries and anxiety; from academic and school pressures to challenges with friends and family.
Through the use of humor and contemporary illustrations, along with concrete techniques and tips for handling anxiety, this unique book helps to encourage the growth of social-emotional intelligence in young people...while having fun along the way!
This book is part of a series of products involving a cast of character called, Emotes! With each Emote character possessing a unique "emotional superpower" these contemporary and expressive characters model healthy emotional expression in a modern and accessible way. Emotes consist of a line of products for a wide range of ages, including books, comics, toys and games. With a curriculum and curriculum guide, a parents guide and an interactive website filled with lesson plans and resources for parents and professionals, Emotes are truly a comprehensive and easy to use line of entertaining and educational products!
** Currently involved in a validation study with Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, preliminary data shows statistically significant improvement in social- emotional vocabulary in children that have used Emotes!
Emotes help kids to explore their emotions... while having fun along the way!
Each Emotes character represents a different emotion... so the more that kids learn about Emotes, the more that they learn about themselves. Through a series of books, toys, games and interactive media, Emotes help kids to boost their emotional intelligence.
Visit Emotes.com to learn more.
Matt Casper MFT
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