Janine Halloran is the Founder and CEO of Coping Skills for Kids where she provides products for parents to help their kids cope with stressful situations in healthy ways. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and has been working with children, adolescents and their families for over 15 years.

Janine has written for NBC Parent Toolkit, Confident Parents, Confident Kids, Bay State Parent Magazine, The Inspired Treehouse, Hey Sigmund and Imperfect Families. She has also been interviewed by The Boston Globe, Lifezette Magazine, on The Family Confidential podcast and The We Turned Out Okay podcast. Her work has been featured on The Jenny Evolution and Mommy Poppins Boston.

Janine is the author of the Coping Skills for Kids Workbook, with over 75 coping skills for kids to try with more than 20 kid friendly printables and worksheets. Praise for the book:

"Filled with concrete suggestions and instructions, this workbook allows parents to teach their kids to cope with the stressors that they will inevitably encounter in their day to day lives."

Dr. Samantha Rodman, Psychologist, Author of How to Talk to Your Kids about Your Divorce, and creator of www.drpsychmom.com

"I absolutely LOVE the “Coping Skills for Kids Workbook” by Janine Halloran.  It’s an AMAZING resource of over 75 coping strategies for kids to help deal with stress, anxiety, and anger.  With all of these strategies in one place it will definitely be my “go-to” book for a long time in my work as a child psychologist and play therapist."

Dr. Laura Hutchison, Psychologist and creator of blog.playdrhutch.com

Janine lives in Massachusetts with her husband and their two children. As a family, they are working on increasing their positive coping skills together. When Janine isn’t working, you can find her in her garden or doing an arts and crafts project. She has a weakness for Nutella and Netflix.

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