Ideas and activities for therapists, teachers, or community partners who work with teens struggling with mental illness. The ideas and activities come from PsychEdPro, a website aimed at curating materials for mental health education and therapy.
This handout could be useful for working with families/friends of the individual you are working with. So often people want to be supportive, but are not quite sure how. Support Looks Like. handout from rectherapyideas.
Maria Scaros-Mercado shows a mask made by a woman in her domestic violence support group. The reflection at left represents what the victim shows the world, while the inside of the mask, right, represents what the victim is really going through. Photographed at the Women's Center of Greater Danbury on Thursday, May 3, 2012. Scaros-Mercado is a drama therapist and licensed creative arts therapist. Photo: Jason Rearick / The News-Times
The Ultimate New Guide to Autism Resources for Parents
The depression stage of grief is deep, raw, and might last longer than most people think it will. Turn to this infographic from a cremation center in St. Louis to learn more about the different stages of grief after loss.
Facebook Sensory Processing Disorder Support Groups for Parents and Individuals | The Jenny Evolution
13 Tips to Support Your Socially Worried Child
Most kids can learn to manage social anxiety so they can connect happily with others, enter new groups, and speak up for themselves–they just need a little extra support. As parents, what can we do to help? Check out these 13 expert tips! //...