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How Could You!?!? 10 Simple Tips to Increase Positive Interactions With Your Partner:  In order to sustain an "ideal" and "fulfilling" relationship...  http://www.treytrotter.com

Kristin Dudish: More Kindness. Take What You Need (PDF link near middle of the webpage)

This "Worry Tree" is a poster I would love to hang in my classroom. It is a resource I think students could refer to, when needed, to help them regulate their emotions and deal with their "problems" in an effective way. Eventually, they will be able to follow this process on their own, and develop their emotional competence - which is an important skill that underlies positive mental health (Reinke et al., 2011).

I found this great way to help children deal with their worry on Edutopia. This worry tree is a great way to help children deal with mental health issues!

Therapeutic dream catchers! Steps: 1) draw/pattern of dream catcher 2) decorate dream catcher 3) have the child write out negative emotions, triggers, or experiences. 4) trap the negative thoughts/triggers/emotions 5)have the child circle the dream catcher with strengths, positive traits, activities, and other things/people the client loves.

Steps: draw/pattern of dream catcher decorate dream catcher have the child write out negative emotions, triggers, or experiences. trap the negative thoughts/triggers/emotions the child circle the dream catche

Positive Affirmation Self-Compassion Game for children and families to play together, reminding kids they are lovable and belong.  Inspired by Brene Brown's work.  Awesome tool for school counselors and teachers too.

Positive Affirmations: Fun School Counseling Lesson & Group Game on Self-Esteem

Positive Affirmation Self-Compassion Game for children and families to play together, reminding kids they are lovable and belong. Awesome tool for school counselors and

Art Therapy Directive Task - Dealing with Emotions: Think of different emotions that you commonly experience, both positive and negative, and write each one at the top of a peice of A4 paper and create images for each one.

Art Therapy Directive Task - Dealing with Emotions: Think of different emotions that you commonly experience, both positive and negative, and write each one at the top of a peice of paper and create images for each one.

This is a fun activity that helps children practice positive thinking.

Brain Bully and Brain Coach: A Child's Guide to Positive and Negative Self-Talk

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10 Words of Wisdom From the Late Maya Angelou

We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color. - Maya Angelou Quote by Nate Williams Illustration and Hand Lettering

13 Ways To Be a Good Role Model | Values to Live By | www.FrankSonnenbergOnline.com

You don’t have to be a celebrity or a superstar to be a role model. The truth is you are influencing people every day. Make it positive!

Flower Positive Self Talk

Flower Positive Self Talk-- Cute idea to take and run with. Teaching children positive self talk rather than negative can help prevent some issues and these phrases are great coping skills reminders.

My recent “Inside Out” Study Guide for helping teens and adults understand emotions has been getting positive feedback on Pinterest. Today I’m sharing some ideas for helping younger kids and tweens (grades K-8) use the Disney/Pixar movie to better understand their feelings. 1. An emotion pie chart To be honest, I can’t take full credit. One of …

4 Ways to Help Kids Understand Emotions with "Inside Out" (Disney/Pixar) - Burd Psychotherapy - Counseling in SD