Strategies for Strengthening Inhibitory Control. Inhibitory control is the ability to suppress the processing or expression of information that would disrupt the efficient completion of the goal at hand. Excellent for children with ADHD and/or Autism.
That's a lot of puppets!
Working with an 11 year old boy to help him discover what is underneath the behaviors that make him a targeting of bullying. (Permission granted to share this art)
Drawers turned into a whole shelf of pull out playset landscapes!
Making Memory Boxes -- from Grief Counseling for Teens. Seems like a cool way to work thru grief.
5 Steps to Help Kids Resolve Conflicts
How big is my problem? For related pins and resources follow https://www.pinterest.com/angelajuvic/autism-special-needs/
Hold a sense of inner peace with you wherever you go!
Carry a positive memory in the palm of your hand to help you feel safe and calm wherever you are! I have seen this intervention done before and I have always found it powerful to use with children ...
Activities That Boost Children's Self-Esteem
Activities That Boost Children's Self-Esteem These activities are designed to boost children's self confidence, improve their self esteem, and to encourage kids to use positive thinking skills. http://tinyurl.com/jegdx4j
Get-to-Know You Cootie Catchers: A Back-to-School Ice Breaker Activity
FREE- Get to know you Cootie Catchers for Back to School
Secondary Emotions: sometimes when we are angry there are other emotions under the surface.