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Letting Go of Worries: Imagine that there is a tree called the Hug Me Tree.Draw or write about any worries you might have and stick them on the branches. You can use the Hug Me tree at night to leave your worries behind before you go to sleep.

Boundaries

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

Coping Skills Toolbox: Helpful idea for child therapists and school counsellors.

Coping Skills Toolbox: Helpful idea for child therapists and school counsellors. Different aspects and options to consider when helping children have ownership and control over their own coping.

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" Worksheet Help children to identify their psychosomatic complaints.

Ten Pin Linky: Writing

Grade's A Charm: Building Our Community and Our Stamina: Freebies for Your Class. Should be helpful in the beginning of therapy.

Wedding DIY: Fingerprint Tree Template to Download & Print

Wedding DIY: Fingerprint Tree Template to Download & Print

Printable fingerprint tree template to put finger prints. This would be fun at a family reunion to have everyone present add their fingerprints to the tree.

Group counseling activities - fear in a hat. Could adapt w/ various topics for family sessions.

Group counseling activities - fear in a hat. Could adapt w/ various topics for family sessions. Worked well with my grade boys group (silly and real answers) :)

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Worry Worksheet for kids

CBT Worksheets! Automatic Thoughts Preview. Good for negative self talk and filtering. #corebeliefs #selftalk #parenting

Automatic Thoughts Teach clients to recognize and challenge their automatic thoughts with this CBT worksheet. Automatic thoughts are what they sound like: Thoughts that a person has automatically in.

This seems like a really therapeutic idea ~~~"I was really unhappy as a teen and last year, at age 26, I sat down and wrote to my younger self. I told her the things I know now and what to do to try and survive this crazy roller coaster we call life. Full of hope and courage, it's the best toolkit I can share to those younger than me.:

This seems like a therapeutic idea. Overcoming depression, self-harm, eating disorders, and hopelessness overall IS POSSIBLE and closer than you think.

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