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At a Glance: What Anxiety Looks Like in Kids

Children with learning and attention issues deal with challenges their peers may never think about. This can make them more prone to anxiety. Here are some signs to look out for.

Stacking Cups - Working Cooperatively as a team - On a table have several cups to stack.  To stack the cups on top of each other, students will work together to pick the cups up with a rubberband grabber.  To make the rubberband grabber, tie pieces of string to a rubber band, spacing them as evenly apart as possible (it should look like a sunshine with sun rays going out in all directions). Each person should hold onto one of the strings that are attached to the rubber band and the ...

For those of you that may be suffering from anxiety or depression this resource is a FREE online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy course. It can't hurt to try it for free and if it helps you great!!

Self care - My Bubble - visualization & alternative thinking strategy for Anxiety & Stress (CBT, DBT, Meditation,Mindfulness)

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16 Incredibly Useful Team Building Exercises and Games

Great Team-Building exercises for the workplace! #IceBreakers #TeamBuilding

Learn how to identify and stop negative self-talk using a writing exercise. Plus replace negative thoughts about yourself with positive affirmations instead.

Progressive Muscle Relaxation Script. One element of CBT therapy is to learn self calming & self relaxation techniques at times of increasing stress or anxiety. Here is one script to get you started.

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9 Things Every Parent with an Anxious Child Should Try

The Most Unique Anxiety Relief Workbook for Your Child in the Universe (as an anxious parent w an anxious child, should probably get on this asap) Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

Collaborative mental health care website. It has many child and youth mental health toolkits ex. anxiety handouts.