Category: Children and Youth

Seven Emotional Safety Techniques

Emotional triggers can get in the way of healthy and respectful communications. These 7 emotional safety techniques have helped to reduce stress and improve relationships for people as young as 2 and as old as 102 of many different cultures from all over the world.


CollegePower for Parents: Promoting Your College Student’s Independence, Safety, and Wisdom

Here is some guidance for parents to help protect your your new college student from harm as well as lay the foundation for a strong positive relationship with your child as an independent adult.


“My Child Keeps Talking to Strangers! Help!”: Kidpower Stranger Safety Rules

Kids are much safer if they understand what a stranger is, the difference between being together or on your own, and to move away and check first with your adult if someone you don’t know well tries to approach you.


Great book for preteen girls includes Kidpower skills to cope with bullying

Recently, I had the joy of watching twelve empowered girls ages 6-11 perform a play that they had all contributed to creating. As part of the play, they used their Kidpower skills to say “Stop” to a corporation that was trying to convince them they needed toxic and expensive beauty products to be happy. Allison […]


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