20 Art Therapy Activities You Can Try At Home To Destress-I'm not really an "artsy" person, but some of these ideas are quite good.

20 Art Therapy Activities You Can Try At Home To Destress

20 Art Therapy Activities You Can Try At Home To Destress-- this picture is an almost exact depiction of my life.

My Feel Happier Flower (a coping skills plan for kids)

My Feel Happier Flower (a coping skills plan for kids)

My Feel Happier Flower (a coping skills plan for kids). I've already used this one and the kids loved it

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A fun graphic organizer for students to share lots of information about themselves. A great start of school year activity to be displayed in your classroom. Or simply have students create it so you can collect it and learn about them.

Art Therapy Project. Something to carry in your pocket for good self talk.

Instant Comfort Box (Self help Tool Kits) Art Therapy Project. Something to carry in your pocket for positive self talk.

Give your kids a plan of action instead of taking it all the time. May not work for every situation but is is a good step to the end!

Here are some good suggestions for mentees who are being bullied. This will provide your mentee with some good strategies for the next time their bully approaches them.

101 Affirmations for Children: promoting self-mastery and positive programming.

101 Affirmations for Children Love this idea! Art affirmation cards that can be used on the go for children and of course adults.

Effective Use of Metaphors in the ACT Theory | Sample strategies to incorporate Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with clients

This handout is great for children and adults to help self-regulate extreme emotions. It is one thing to think about something, but another to provide an alternate activity or tangible soothing touchstone. Tangible objects give immediate comfort and can s

Use this activity as an ice breaker for the first week of school or as a classroom community builder. I have my students sit in a circle around our carpet, and I project the "Roll a topic" sheet up on the SmartBoard. Each student takes a turn rolling the dice and answering the corresponding question.

I could use this activity as an ice breaker for the first week of school or as a classroom community builder. I could have the students sit in a circle or break them up into small groups and work on the ice breaker together.

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Problem solving worksheets, adults and teens, Problem solving activity, a question checklist to investigate problems

In what areas of their lives do your clients need to take better care of themselves? All too often people don’t know the answer. This useful coaching exercise gets them in touch with their needs and set one action to help meet those needs. http://www.thecoachingtoolscompany.com/products/what-are-my-needs-self-care-check-in-exercise/

Self-Care Check-in and Needs Review

In what areas of your life do you need to take better care of yourself? All too often people don’t know the answer. This useful exercise/worksheet helps you get in touch with your true needs and set clear actions to help meet those needs.

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This small group counseling resource contains self esteem games, self esteem activities, task cards, and worksheets to help children ages 9 to 14 learn how to value their worth and gain more self-confidence. When children know that they are of value an

This "Worry Tree" is a poster I would love to hang in my classroom. It is a resource I think students could refer to, when needed, to help them regulate their emotions and deal with their "problems" in an effective way. Eventually, they will be able to follow this process on their own, and develop their emotional competence - which is an important skill that underlies positive mental health (Reinke et al., 2011).

I found this great way to help children deal with their worry on Edutopia. This worry tree is a great way to help children deal with mental health issues!

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