life skills - A nice poster to use as flashcards with social skill building
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Iceberg activity - about "living above the water line" and being comfortable in your own skin. Great for Middle School
Coping skills help teens work through challenging emotions, feelings, or situations. However, sometimes it can be difficult to think of coping skills in the moment. Here is a list of 50 coping skills that I often share with my teen clients...
Controlling Emotions is one of the most important traits of a healthy classroom. Showing your students new and healthy ways to control these emotions is a good way to keep a collected emotions and have outbursts at a minimum.
Great alternatives to self-harm and self-injurious stimming behavior for those of us with SPD and ASD.P.S. sorry I have been away for awhile. I have been working on my thesis.Miriam, Mod.
Toss & Talk Ball...This is good to make for a group. Just add questions related to therapy or "getting to know you."
Instant comfort box: an art therapy directive for teens
Use this paper fortune teller craft to teach and practice coping strategies for anxiety, anger, stress, depression, and other strong emotions.