Help the Upset Person CBT Activity < You tell the upset person’s story, and then ask the kids present to fix the problem by fixing the person’s THOUGHTS and ACTIONS. If the kids give good advice, you lower the picture little by little. If they give unhelpful advice, you raise the picture up higher and higher...
The Impact of Trauma on Child Development: Discussion [The Attachment and Bonding Center of Ohio] < video includes a discussion of how adoptees with a history of residence in orphanages or foster homes, or who have experienced neglect or abuse may display an inability to learn from their mistakes
No Anger Zone: Maintaining a Peaceful Emotional Climate in Adoptive Families [The Attachment and Bonding Center of Ohio] < video explores how past trauma can cause adopted children to become angry and how the anger can spread to the rest of the family.
Behavior Basics: Social Scenarios < free download presents challenging vignettes set within the school setting which call upon students to apply conflict resolution and problem solving skills to resolve. These cards can be used for individual and group instruction and are ideal for use in social skills groups with older elementary and secondary students.
Sensory Processing Disorder and Sensory Integration < site has lots of links and good resources/articles
Where Do I Begin? Identifying Behavioral Targets < The Lives in the Balance website offers a wealth of resources... forms that you can use to assess lagging skills and unsolved problems (ALSUP) and to develop a collaborative plan to address challenging behaviors (Problem Solving Plan)...
A 26-step program for good parents gone bad by Overparenting Anonymous | Wendy Mogel, Ph.D < steps to provide encouragement to well-intentioned, devoted, loving, intelligent parents who feel powerless to stop themselves from overindulging, overprotecting, and overscheduling their children... #parenting #familytherapy