Olivia Taylor
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A big part of what we do with children is teach them safe and appropriate ways to cope and express themselves. We aren’t born knowing how to walk and we also aren’t born knowing how to …

Spin the wheel of coping skills! I love finding new and creative tools to use to help students utilize calming strategies. This would even work in a middle and high school setting.

Make a coping strategies wheel with skills to help manage emotions. Kids make their own individualized wheels for activities like positive thinking, breathing, listening to music, yoga, and more.

Make a coping strategies wheel with skills to help manage emotions. Kids make their own individualized wheels for activities like positive thinking, breathing, listening to music, yoga, and more.

These 4 feelings games are perfect for teaching your students to identify and express feelings and emotions. Use them to increase engagement in your feelings and emotions lessons!

These 4 feelings games are perfect for teaching your students to identify and express feelings and emotions. Use them to increase engagement in your feelings and emotions lessons!

Quick and Easy Worry Doll Craft For Kids.  These are great for use in play…

GROUP THERAPY:: Quick and Easy Worry Doll Craft For Kids. These are great for use in play therapy. These dolls help children who suffer from anxiety. They can also help kids who have suffered childhood trauma.

The worry monster who eats your troubles away

This is a fun craft activity to do with a anxious or scared child in the hospital. The child life specialist can work on the pet worry monster with the child to place in their room to help cope with hospitalization and promote the child's resiliency.

Carrie Perkis utilizing the subjective units of distress scale (SUDS). A tool used to determine the level of distress from the perspective of the individual experiencing it. #psychology #carrieperkis #anxiety #claritycounselingcenter

Carrie Perkis utilizing the subjective units of distress scale (SUDS). A tool used to determine the level of distress from the perspective of the individual experiencing it.