Create Your Own Anti-Anxiety Kit for Children
Critical social skills to incorporate in a 21st-century social skills group < The bulk of most social skills curriculums are appropriately focused on “in-person” social skills...Effective social skills instruction needs to reflect...rapidly evolving technologies and social media platforms...
World Suicide Prevention Day Author Interview with the authors of Suicide in Schools < good advice + #suicideprevention resources/links
Top 50 Open-Ended Questions for Sparking Conversation with Children and Older Kids (even though written for children, some may be still be able to be used for an ESL class eg Tell me about the best teacher you ever had, If a genie would give you only one wish, what would it be?, When you feel sad, what cheers you up?, What are the qualities that make a good friend? profession develop, idea, graphic convers, educ profession, top 10, konrad glogowski, book, professional development, blog
Staying Strong: How Schools Build Resilience in Military Families < various activities to support student resilience
Staying Strong: How Schools Build Resilience in Military Families
Picture Books About Worrying - No Time For Flash Cards
Self injurious behaviors are, unfortunately, not unusual for kids with special needs. These behaviors could be anything from biting, hitting or even banging their head on the walls or furniture. Here are some tips to help you sort through why your child is displaying the behavior and how you can help them stop.
6 Strategies for Addressing Self-Injurious Behaviors
See What I'm Saying: What Children Tell Us Through Their Art by Dr. Myra Levick < free book download; vpractical tools for assessing children's intellectual and emotional development from their art work
Free Psychotherapy Books - Free Psychotherapy Books
Back To School Crafts - Shoebox School for Pretend Play
Favorite Therapeutic Activities for Children, Adolescents, and Families < a free ebook featuring a compilation by Liana Lowenstein
8 Ways to Teach Mindfulness to Kids
Counseling transracial adult adopted persons < When considering the diagnoses, evaluations and assessments given by previous providers, it is important that counselors ascertain how, if at all, the client’s adoptive and racial/ethnic identities and background were incorporated...
Counseling transracial adult adopted persons | Counseling Today
Expectant and Parenting Youth in Foster Care: A Resource Guide