WHAT IS KIDS’SKILLS?
See this 20 minute long introduction to Kids’Skills.
Subtitles in many languages
Now available in English and German! Download from AppStore or Google play for phones and tablets. Read about common and less common children’s problems and learn how to solve them using Kids’ Skills.
Visit the app’s website www.kidsskillsapp.com
A child-friendly program on the web where Wizard Bam helps children overcome problems with Kids’ Skills.
Allows the child to invite supporters via the Internet.
Comes with a bulletin board where the child can communicate with their supporters and Wizard Bam.
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What is a certified Kids’Skills Coach?
Certified Kids’ Skills Coaches can help children overcome problems and guide parents and teachers who want to use the method with their own children, or the children they work with.
Where can I find a certified KS coach?
Helsinki Brief Therapy Institute hosts an international directory of certified Kids’ Skills coaches.
How do I apply to become certified coach?
Participate in an accredited Kids’Skills training program and complete the mandatory assignments. See instructions at Helsinki Brief Therapy Institute Certification page. Online training also available. Find out more at Kids’Skills Academy.
SOLUTION STORIES - PICTURE BOOKS
BOOKS ON KIDS’ SKILLS
KIDS’ SKILLS FOR PARENTS
Solution-focused parent training
A fun Kids’ Skills inspired parenting course for parents, grandparents and educators consisting of five sessions.
Topics include praising children, getting children to listen, collaborating with other caregivers, using Kids’ Skills at home, and positive alternatives to punishment.
Where to find a trainer?
Helsinki Brief Therapy Institute hosts an international directory of certified Kids’ Skills for Parents facilitators.
How to become a facilitator?
There are training programs in many countries. Contact the Kids’ Skills representative in your country to find out more.
STEPS OF RESPONSIBILITY
A solution-focused method for helping children, and young persons, to take responsibility for their wrongdoings.
Available in English, Finnish, Swedish, German and Spanish.
Based on the principles of restorative justice.
Visit the Steps of Responsibility website to learn more.