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Group counseling activities

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"My 3 Wishes FREE Printable" (February 2015) from kidlutions.blogspot.com

Get the printable HERE ! My Three Wishes Our newest free printable is excerpted from our resource, The Playful Therapist , a gu...

Before You Speak Think printable sheets to chose from and color ~ activity to do as a family too.

The other day, my teens were having a dispute. Unkind words were being thrown back and forth like ping pong balls. My otherwise amiable children were not being so amiable. I was not happy. I decided it was time to enlighten them on the importance of thinking before speaking, a valuable asset in the adult world. I remembered seeing posters and images on the internet which said, "Before you speak: THINK." THINK is an acronym for "Is it True? Is it Helpful? Is it Inspiring? Is it Necessary? Is…

Perfect anger management strategy activity to teach students strategies while keeping it fun! They'll remember this quick activity all year long!

Description Perfect anger management strategy activity to teach students strategies while keeping it fun! They'll remember this quick activity all year long!

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Teach kindness with a free printable learning activity for kids and young adults. As teachers and parents, we know that teaching about being kind can create a more positive learning environment for everyone! Complete a kindness challenge with a fun lesson to help encourage a caring and positive community for all. #kindness #pathway2success

Kindness is an important social skill the plays a huge role in creating a positive learning environment for all. When we have kinder students, kids are better able to work together, share, express differing opinions in respectful ways, and help each other when someone is in need. To help teach a

Wondering what to say to a kid who is worried? Try these phrases to empower kids to talk about their feelings and tune in to their bodies! These phrases help kids who worry and help kids manage worries with supportive language and bonds.

Wondering what to say to a kid who is worried? Try these phrases to empower kids to talk about their feelings and tune in to their bodies! These phrases help kids who worry and help kids manage worries with supportive language and bonds.

Coping Skills Jeopardy. My group loved this when we played!

Split the group into two teams. The person leading the group picks one of the 100 point categories. Whichever team gets the question correct first will pick the next topic. Add the participants' points up as a team. They can talk about answers before they respond. Each correct question counts for as many points as the side says it does (100, 200, 300, 400, or 500). The game ends when the topics have all been used or you can set a point limit. Life Lessons: Talk about triggers-have…