By Dickson, SarinaIllustrated by Cooper, Jenny
He Tai Pari' is an engaging junior fiction TE REO self-help text that follows Ari through a series of challenging events and resolution. The book includes peer reviewed therapeutic lesson plans and family exercises. A web based version is also available with audio in English and ...Te Reo which includes professional development for teachers, further support resources for families and notes for therapists.
-Production funded by New Zealand Red Cross, who recognise this project's potential in helping children heal after disasters or times of change and stress
-Includes peer-reviewed teaching plans and family exercises to increase resilience and emotional intelligence, and to develop a culture of talking in families and classrooms
-Peer reviewed by teachers, kaiako, a psychiatrist, and a clinical psychologist
-Research is being conducted by Massey University to measure efficacy and impact of Rising Tide and its support resources, and to investigate ways to engage communities in low intensity psychological resources
-Engaging storytelling that helps children learn about managing anxiety
-Third in 'The Worry Bug' series; 'Maia & the Worry Bug' Julie Burgess-Manning 2015, 'Wishes & Worries' Sarina Dickson 2015Read more
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Sarina Dickson (B.Ed, Grad Dip Tch & Lng ) has worked alongside families and children with emotional and behavioural special needs in both the UK, USA and NZ as a classroom teacher, mentor and advocate since graduating in 1999. She has worked in the Family Violence field with adults and children in assessing needs, co-ordinating services and developing programmes. Sarina is a Teacher Notes Author for Scholastic, NZ and a tutor at Christchurch's School For Young Writers. She wrote 'Wishes and Worries' in 2015. Julie Burgess-Manning (PGDip PP, MSc (FamTher), PG CertED, BA Hons (Psych)) is a Family Therapist and NZ Registered Psychologist who has studied and practiced in the UK and throughout New Zealand. She has worked in a variety of child, adolescent and family mental health settings for the past 18 years, with roles such as Senior Clinician, Therapist, Clinical Supervisor and Primary Mental Healthcare Liaison. Julie has worked as a lecturer for Otago University since 2002, currently convening the Family Therapy Post grad Certificate. She wrote 'Maia & the Worry Bug' in 2015. Translator: Kaharau Keogh Ngapuhi, Ngati Maniapoto, Ngati Tara is a student and tutor in Maori Studies at Otago University. He has excelled in education and Kapa Haka and was the 2014 Sir Edmund Hilary Scholar. He is passionate about all things Maori, particularly Maori language revitalisation and Kapa Haka 3 and has appeared in several Maori Television shows as co-host and Lead Voice-over.
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