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The Red Beast Anger Workbook

For All Children Who Want to Tame Their Red Beast Including Those on the Autism Spectrum
  • Authors
    • Sue Larkey
    • Kay Al-Ghani
  • Illustrator
    • Haitham Al-Ghani
Format
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This illustrated and interactive workbook will help children find ways to calm their Red Beast and learn how to prevent it from waking in the first place. Full of practical activities and illustrated examples, it supports the development of emotional and sensory regulation and provides coping mechanisms for children who experience intense emotional flooding or meltdowns as well.
The workbook includes a helpful introduction for adults on the science of self-regulation, clear guidance on how to pace the learning and a wide range of activities such as scenarios to help children explore their anger, anger management plans, and exercises that encourage interoceptive awareness. It also addresses common causes of anger including perfectionism, winning and losing and discusses the importance of a positive attitude and using kind words in a child-friendly way.
Join Danni and his friends and family as they explore the challenges they face from the Red Beast and how they overcome them.
  • Published: May 18 2023
  • Pages: 128
  • ISBN: 9781839974151
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Press Reviews

  • Danielle Jata-Hall, public speaker, PDA advocate, and author of I'm Not Upside Down, I'm Downside Up!

    The Red Beast Workbook uses Danni to de-personalise the self-learning aspect of this resource and it really works! The information is in abundance, including opening up the child to all eight areas of their sensory system, whilst cleverly being presented in bite size chunks. This practical workbook is a useful tool for parents, carers and all educators.
  • Deborah M Plummer, author of Using Imagination, Mindful Play and Creative Thinking to Support Wellbeing and Resilience in Children

    This imaginative and comprehensive workbook offers children, their families and professionals an invaluable opportunity to explore and better understand the expression of strong emotions. The emphasis on the normality of sometimes feeling angry, and the real possibility for a child to build their skills in the tricky task of self-regulation is empowering and wonderfully reassuring. The book showcases a creative, skilful and highly effective collaboration between the authors and illustrator.
  • Professor Tony Attwood, Griffith University

    There are many ways to calm the Red Beast, based on the principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for emotion regulation, and the latest advances in understanding the sensory profile associated with autism. This new workbook will help parents, children and teachers learn what both wakes and pacifies the notorious Red Beast.