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Help Kids Manage Anger: Free Printable Game

Social/ Emotional. Erikson. This also goes along with Eriksons 8 stages of development. The children learn what emotions are and that it's ok to feel them.

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Self-Esteem / Self-Respect Lessons Improve grades

This self respect lesson includes activities and printables. It can be used by teachers or guidance counselors in whole group or small group settings. I use it for a girls' group. It works well with character education programs. Includes 22 page interactive Powerpoint Presentation 22 page printable PDF file of the Presentation 3 Wall Posters Mirror Mirror Activity and Worksheet ME Activity and Worksheet Partner Role Play - Body Language Activity and Worksheet

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Playdough in Play Therapy

Playdough in Play Therapy. This site provides a variety of ideas and reasoning behind utilizing playdough in play therapy. When the playdough activities are open-ended it gives the children the opportunity to express their emotions, build upon their self-esteem and improve other developmental capacities.

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How Anger Feels - Anger Management Worksheet

Worksheet to help students identify how their body feels when they get angry.

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Emotions Color Wheel - Description: This activity is good to break the ice with any client. It is also an easy “check-in” to find out how the client is feeling and the issues he/she is dealing with at this time in his/her life. After creating a pie chart with 8 sections, the client gets to choose 8 emotions and then color in the pie pieces.

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Free printable guide to transform candy land into a counseling game. Using games in counseling helps children engage in therapy and communicate feelings in a non threatening format. Play therapy.

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Therapeutic Interventions for Children: DBT House

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Calming: Living a RAD Life: M&Ms Feelings Activity. Could also use Skittles as a peanut-free alternative.

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The worry monster who eats your troubles away

The Worry Box: This is basically a variation of a worry box to help children tangibly notice thoughts and worries and choose to let them go.

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My very own conversation Jenga. Super easy to do!

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