LSCI Products

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  • The 8 Keys to End Bullying Activity Program for Kids & Tweens: Putting the Keys Into Action at Home & School (8 Keys to Mental Health)

    Author: Signe Whitson

    Organized around the groundbreaking principles of 8 Keys to End Bullying, this two-book program builds key social-emotional skills in young readers, empowering them to cope with conflict and end bullying in their communities and schools. Kids can complete the activities independently or alongside a caring adult.
    The 8 Keys to End Bullying Activity Book for Kids & Tweens: Activities, Quizzes, Games, & Skills for Putting the Keys Into Action offers dozens of simple worksheets, games, and targeted resources to cultivate (1) assertiveness, emotion management, and friendship skills in kids vulnerable to bullying, (2) problem-solving skills for kids who witness bullying, and (3) empathy and kindness skills in kids who are likely to bully their peers.

    The 8 Keys to End Bullying Activity Book Companion Guide for Parents & Educators, a “leader’s manual” for the Activity Book, provides helpful guidelines and vital background information for leading kids through each lesson.

    Available at: Amazon

  • Journal of Child and Youth Care Work Volume 25

    This edition of the Journal of Child and Youth Care work provides a rich portrait for the evolving strengths of trauma-informed care across practice settings of our field; from program informed by policy to the most recent advances in direct care tools and techniques.

    2015, 247 pages, 6″ x 9″ soft cover

    Author: James Freeman
    Freeman, J. (2015). Trauma and relational care: Integrating an awareness of trauma into the characteristics of relational child and youth care. Journal of Child and Youth Care Work, 25, 120-132.
    Available at: www.nrcys.ou.edu

  • Making Moments Meaningful in Child and Youth Care Practice

    Editors: Thom Garfat Ph.D, Leon Fulcher Ph.D and John Digney Ph.D
    ISBN e-book 978-1-928212-07-2 / Softcover 978-0-9921940-2-4
    Published: 2013
    Pages: 150

    In this volume, CYC practitioners, educators and trainers demonstrate the applicability of a Daily Life Events (dle©) approach across various settings and practice areas. It demonstrates the breadth and depth of the Child & Youth Care field and how it has evolved. This is an excellent student or professional development volume.

    Author: James Freeman
    Freeman, J. (2013). Reflections on daily life events in child and youth care. In T. Garfat, L. Fulcher & J. Digney (Eds.), Making moments meaningful in child and youth care practice (pp. 34-40). Cape Town, South Africa: Pretext.

    Available at: www.press.cyc-net.org

  • Child and Youth Care in Practice

    Editors: Thom Garfat, PhD and Leon Fulcher, PhD
    ISBN 978-1-928212-08-9
    Published: 2012
    Pages: 206

    Author: James Freeman
    Freeman, J. (2012). From coercion to connection: Shifting an organizational culture. In T. Garfat & L. Fulcher (Eds.), Child and youth care in practice (pp. 152-160). Cape Town, South Africa: Pretext.

    Available at: http://press.cyc-net.org/books/CYCiP.aspx

  • Supervision in Child and Youth Care Practice

    Grant Charles, James Freeman and Thom Garfat – editors

    ISBN 978-1-928212-23-2
    Published: December 2016
    Pages: 126

    Available at: http://press.cyc-net.org/books/supervision.aspx
     

  • Relational Child & Youth Care Practice

    Freeman, J. (2016). Words of hope. Relational Child & Youth Care Practice, (29)1, 65-70.
    Freeman, J. (2013). Embracing conflict in child and youth care. Relational Child & Youth Care Practice, 26(4), 23-25.

    Available at: http://www.rcycp.com

  • CYC-Online, the monthly journal of the International Child & Youth Care Network

    Co-editor & columnist: James Freeman

    Available at: www.cyc-net.org