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    . M&Ms Feelings Activity - Adapt for R.S. =

    Visual Schedules on a pill box - when the kid completes a task they can open the pill compartment for a small reinforcer!

    feelings parking lot. This would be a great way to show kids that they can leave their feelings "parked" or they can do x,y,z to get to another feeling!

    Use color swatch for anger management

    Crafty Counselor Chick: Cool Down Cubes. Each plastic ice cube has a cool down strategy written on it.

    I’m sitting in my office making “therapeutic jenga” to play with my kids during sessions. Each piece they pull has a question on it!

    Might be a good way to start the year (especially if you have a lot of new students). I would allow students to pick some (3, maybe) that they are willing to have shared. Then you could use it as an ice breaker also ~ Nice prompts for back to school.

    Anger solutions for kids

    Anger Sandwiches - helps explain secondary emotions leading up to anger.

    Self talk for decreasing anger www.cornercanyonc...

    Funny Face Wall Activity Toy from Sensory Edge. Great social skills :)

    The Toxic Waste Transfer Activity Set teaches kids teamwork, communication and problem solving as they move "toxic waste" into "neutralizing containers". www.sensoryedge.c...

    The Funny Face Wall Activity Toy will encourage creative play amongst children of all ages. Therapist can use this toy to help with therapy as well. #waitingroom #funnyfacepanel #waitingroomdecor www.sensoryedge.c...

    Color Your Feelings: This activity encourages feeling identification, is quick, highly versatile and fits well with the affect regulation component of TF-CBT. • Have your client write out a list of...

    M & M Self Esteem Game - I've also used a version of this game for anger management, a getting to know you game, and a termination activity

    CBT Anger Management Worksheet for 3rd - 8th grade students! Going to try it with my high school group

    Activities have the power to engage mental health clients in groups where they learn knowledge and skills to cope with the challenges they face. Use these activities to make your groups fun.

    "Spin-Doctor Parenting": Feelings Activities for Young Children

    Anger: Identifying Triggers

    Anger Management Skills: "Do not teach your children never to be angry; teach them how to be angry." –Lyman Abbott