Best Autism Apps For iPad, iPhone and Android
Looking for the best autism apps for kids and adults? We compiled a list of the best free and paid communication, speech and games apps. Click here to read
Healthy & Unhealthy Boundaries in Relationships: Where do you fit in?
Boundaries can be a good thing, but some boundaries are unhealthy. View the detailed chart for a self assessment of your boundaries
A 4-Step Formula to Ease the Pain of Difficult Feelings - The Best Brain Possible
Instead of struggling against, trying to get rid of, or altering difficult feelings, just try to accept them. Here's how to do that in four steps.
Problem Perspective YouTube Video Clips
Here's a list of some YouTube video clips that can be used to teach students about using the problem perspective strategy as part of an emotion management curriculum. This is an excellent way to engage students in the lessons! I've used these videos for students in kindergarten through 5th grade.Th...
Using the Mnemonic "Three Cs" with Children and Adolescents | Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Torrey Creed, PhD While the basic principles of Cognitive Therapy remain constant across age groups, certain variations in explanations help children and adolescents grasp key concepts. Helping clients of all ages learn to identify and evaluate unhelpful and inaccurate thinking is a crucial component in Cognitive Therapy. The mnemonic of “The Three C’s” (Catching, Checking, and …
Challenging Anxious Thoughts (Worksheet) | Therapist Aid
The Challenging Anxious Thoughts worksheet will teach your clients about the CBT...
Decatastrophizing - Psychology Tools
Catastrophic thinking (magnification) is characteristic of many anxiety problems. This CBT worksheet for decatastrophizing is a tool for cognitive restructuring and promotes the elaboration of balanced responses.
Empathy Activities For Social Skills Lessons - Digital And Printable
These empathy puzzles are an engaging and hands on way to help your students understand the feelings of others and learn to respond empathetically! Students will look at each of the 12 feelings covered and match it to the correct situation and response. This activity is perfect for your small group ...
How Big is My Problem Check in Chart
A great chart to utilize for students not able to differentiate big problems and little problems.
How BIG is My Problem
Use as a classroom poster or print a sheet size copy for a desk reminder. Students rate the severity of their problem and make sure their reaction matches it! Get the most out of your purchases! Leave ratings and comments on products you buy and earn credits toward future purchases!
How BIG is my PROBLEM - Worksheet Bundle
Based on the 1-5 Scale and Zones of Regulation This strategy teaches us to evaluate our problem and the appropriateness of our reaction. Often, we display big reactions to small problems and those big reactions result in disruptions to class and daily routine. Students will take notes on the diff...
Social Skills Problem Solving: Accidental or Intentional?
This activity pack of task cards and worksheets is designed to facilitate social reasoning with upper elementary/middle school students regarding accidental or intentional acts/situations. Students with social challenges struggle when something goes wrong. This pack provides opportunities for studen...