Doodle Yourself Happy


A Therapeutic Doodling Workbook for Children Who Feel Sad or Low

What does happy mean to you? Even though happiness is important to our minds and our bodies, we don’t hear people talking about it much. The doodling activities in this book can help you to understand your feelings and find ways to grow a spark of happiness even when things feel tough. This is your book, and you can use it in any way that you like. Featuring 50 fun doodling activities, this creative workbook helps children aged 8+ to work through low mood and sadness and use doodling as a way of inviting more joy, confidence and resilience into their lives. This exploration can be independently led by the child themselves or with guidance from a parent or professional. Based on the author’s 15 years of integrative counselling experience, the exercises are inspired by a range of therapeutic approaches including behavioural activation, mindfulness, CBT and positive psychology.

Author Bio:

Tanja Sharpe is a qualified Creative Therapist. She specialises in CBT and mindfulness therapy for children with autism or special needs. Tanja runs creative therapy training courses and founded the Creative Counsellors Club.

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Weight .4 kg

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