Cleo the Crocodile loved having fun with all of the other animals, until Hayden the Hippo started being mean to Cleo and he had to leave to another swamp. Scared of being hurt again, Cleo swung, snapped and stared at all the others animals so that he would be left alone. Would he ever be happy again and make friends? How would he feel safe and ready for new adventures?
This activity book developed by expert psychologist Dr. Karen Treisman is an illustrated therapeutic story about Cleo the Crocodile to help start conversation with children who have had to move into foster care. It aims to help children to explore their feelings of anger and rejection, and shows their loved ones how to build their trust!
Bestselling author of A Therapeutic Treasure Box for Working with Children and Adolescents with Developmental Trauma (9781784505530), which has sold over 3600 copies since publication in September 2017.
Dr. Karen Treisman supervises, consults and trains social workers and other professionals internationally, and is a TEDx speaker.
This colourful workbook is packed with strategies on how to work with children who have had to move into foster care and who show attachment difficulties and anger.
Third book in a new series of therapeutic workbooks.
With over 150 pages, Cleo the Crocodile is a fantastic tool for parents, carers or professionals supporting children with emotional needs. The activities are well thought out and presented and each one has the aim of finding something out that your child finds it hard to communicate, such as what makes them anxious or how they feel if someone is mean to them. - Parents In Touch
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