Back-to-School Book Sale
During the month of September, lock in on discounted pricing for two of our books, An Educator's Guide to Children's Mental Health and A Resource Guide to Children's Mental Health. Sale ends September 30.
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About An Educator’s Guide to Children’s Mental Health

This guide equips educators with the tools needed to reach all students. Includes information on what you may see if a student has a mental health disorder, instructional strategies, and classroom accommodations. Revised and updated to reflect the changes in the DSM-5.

About Children's Mental Health Classroom Activities | $12.95+S&H
Lesson plans for grades 1 – 8 that increase awareness about children’s mental health and build supportive, caring classroom communities. PLUS, activities that address different modes of learning.
About SuperMe: A Campaign to End Hurtful Teasing | $6.95+S&H
Classroom activities and curriculum to end hurtful teasing.

Designed for Kindergarten – 2nd Grade.

About Children's Mental Health Resource Guide
Formerly called Survival Manual
For parents of children with mental health challenges and disorders who are living in Minnesota, this guide is designed to help caregivers navigate the multiple complex systems they may encounter when advocating on behalf of their children. This guide is also a valuable resource for Minnesota educators and mental health professionals.

Bulk discounts available!
25+ Copies: $17.95+S&H

About A Guide to Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health - Revised & Updated
Special Conference Pricing - $19.00+S&H
Guide will ship upon completion

Originally published in 2006 as A Guide to Early Childhood Mental Health, this revised and updated version reflects recent advances in the field, including the growing field of Infant Mental Health. We will focus on infants and young children, beginning prenatally and extending to six years of age. In keeping with Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) principles, we also focus on children’s parents and caregivers and the relationships between them.

Advance ordering available 11/6 - 11/10/2022

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