All the materials you will discover on this page have been developed by Inocenti psychologists and volunteers. Primarily, the purpose of these works is to support children, teenagers and adults who are facing challenging moments in their lives. But these materials contain extremely useful information in a format that is easy to read and understand and we are sure they would fit wonderfully into anyone’s bookcase.
Rufi is not just any dragon, but the dragon who wants to be your child or teenager’s close friend, taking them on a journey of self-discovery. Written in a creative and playful way, the 4 therapeutic stories offer valuable insights into managing anger, depression, anxiety and ADHD.
These stories are designed to help children and their families cope with hospitalization by understanding the emotions behind some symptoms and presenting medical procedures using age-appropriate language. In addition, reading together improves the parent-child relationship.
Developed by specialists, these materials support teenagers with relevant information on six of the most prevalent mental health topics: ADHD, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, depression, specific phobias, anger and frustration management.
We offer a series of interviews with mental health professionals (psychologists, psychotherapists, psychiatrists, etc.) to help teenagers, parents and others get familiarized with the mental health topic. This psycho-education project addresses themes of major interest and provides followers with mental health information and tools. Topics covered include self-esteem, body image, stigma associated with mental disorders, etc.
Inocenti psychologists with vast hospital work experience have created a comprehensive resource guide for parents and health professionals who want to enhance their knowledge about effectively guiding children through medical experiences. The handbook includes evidence-based information about what children feel and how they understand different medical situations, along with ways in which these experiences can become an opportunity for learning and building resilience.
This project was created to prevent injury or even death among very young children (0-4 years). To reach the intended long-term outcome for the families in the communities we activate in, our specialists organize information and counseling sessions for parents and caregivers whose children might be at risk of Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS).
Inocenti Psychologists support children, teenagers, parents and others with a series of well researched articles providing a better understanding of our feelings and behaviors in different settings. What are the main emotions? How can we manage them? These are just some of the questions you’ll find answers to through the resources available in the Inocenti library.