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Managing Your Anger Group Counseling Program

Managing Your Anger Group Counseling Program

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Love It and List It: Social Skills

Use Angry Birds to teach anger management and cool-down skills! This lesson helps kids identify negative "angry" behaviors and learn to make better choices when they get mad. Don't Be An Angry Bird: Free Printables from The Home Teacher.

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Early Elementary Counseling Tool: What are Things I Can & Can't Control

Art Therapy Fundamentals [Allow the one that is being helped to read into his/her own interpretation of the colors he/she uses. Jndy]

20 Art Therapy Activities You Can Try At Home To Destress

Lunch Bunch- give teachers the topic of discussion for the lunch bunch, ask them to provide names for that bunch. Topics might include: test taking strategies, anger management, good manners, self-confidence, responsibility, etc. Have a Reward Lunch Bunch for the students who were caught being good :)

In addition to regular small groups, I began incorporating Lunch Bunch groups into my school counseling program during the school year. My goal was to connect with more students in a small…

Random Acts of Kindness.  Good template and could be modified for use with high school students.

Great Random Acts of Kindness board idea for kids! Get kids motivated to complete kind acts with this free kindness printable! Kindness ideas for kids

Let's make a Coping Skills Toolbox. Love this explanation.

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.


Narcissistic abuse is so traumatic that many survivors appear to develop PTSD, in reality, it is my opinion (the writers) that early childhood trauma caused the PTSD and the TRAUMA of the Narcissist triggers it.

Free Grateful Journal Sheet from Second Chance to Dream

Grateful Journal Sheet

I Am Grateful For: Encourage your kids this holiday season to build gratitude with these 6 games and activities. They are perfect to do as a family and they don't take a lot of time or supplies.