Cope-cake activity- part of a coping skills activity packet. Make a small cupcake or a large cupcake. Helps children identify their social supports and coping skills (including positive self-talk) through a fun game.
Hold a sense of inner peace with you wherever you go! Carry a positive memory in the palm of your hand to help you feel safe and calm wherever you are! I have seen this intervention done before and I have always found it powerful to use with children .
Two activities to help students learn positive coping skills to help with anger management. Students differentiate between good and bad coping skills, and have a chance to list their own! This resource is part of an anger
A big part of what we do with children is teach them safe and appropriate ways to cope and express themselves. This can help provide concrete examples during times when it is difficult to "find" a coping skill.
Coping Skills Card Game (Uno ® inspired) to help kids and teens learn about their emotions and develop coming skills. A great activity for parents and kids for home or homeschooling, as well as for teachers in primary or secondary school
Tree of Strength (Creativity in Therapy) - This art therapy directive helps clients to identify their personal strengths, coping skills, and supportive people to get through a difficult time. Great creative activity for mental health or trauma treatment,
Adolescent Counseling Tool: What Are Things I Can Control & I Can't Control