50 Thought-Provoking Questions to Ask Teens (That Won't Annoy them)
Here's a list of 50 thought-provoking questions to ask teens that won't actually annoy them. Do you feel like your teen or pre-teen is talking to you less and less? Do you feel like they rush away from the dinner table the second they’re done eating? We all know that communicating with our kids is important. It’s been proven that kids who spend time talking to their parents over the dinner table are more likely to perform well in school and less likely to abuse alcohol or do drugs. Plus, as…
Games for Kids to Play on Facetime.
The best games for kids to play with friends and family on Zoom, Facetime or Skype. These games are a great way for kids to connect with their friends during school closures or breaks.
Positive Self-Talk for Self-Esteem [F]
Positive Self-Talk is something you say to yourself when you’re not feeling very confident. It should be something that helps you feel better about yourself and your strengths. Read the statements below and see which ones you could use the next time you’re lacking self-esteem. In the empty speech bubbles, write in your own positive self-talk! ***This download is a fillable worksheet which allows the option to type or click directly into the document using an electronic device. A PDF…
Is My Anger a Problem? [F] (GS)
Mylemarks is your destination for therapeutic worksheets and resources for kids and teens. Our resources cover topics such as anger management, anxiety, bullying, social skills, hygiene, and much more!
Goal Setting Worksheets for Kids and Teens
Therapeutic worksheets focused on helping kids and teens develop and achieve goals. Tools assist kids in setting goals, increasing motivation, and developing a growth mindset.
55 Sensory Room Equipment Essentials for Kids with Autism and SPD
Sensory Room Equipment Ideas | If you’re looking for sensory room ideas to help kids with sensory processing disorder and/or autism, this post will teach you how to make a sensory room on a budget. With 55 sensory toys and sensory products to help develop the proprioceptive, vestibular, tactile, auditory, oral, and visual systems and great calming strategies, these sensory activities won’t disappoint! #autism #sensoryprocessingdisoder #sensoryroom #sensoryactivities #sensory #spd…
Narrative Therapy Project: Tree of Life
The Tree of Life is a narrative therapy project, designed by Ncazelo Ncube of REPSSI and David Denborough (Dulwich Centre Foundation) for young people. I have adapted it for an adult eating disorde…
DIY Weighted Lap Friend ~ Raising the Extraordinary
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Drawing Your Breath - A Mindful Art Exercise - Creativity in Therapy
Use this art therapy exercise to help clients practice mindfulness and relaxation through awareness and control of their breathing.