Coping with Divorce
Helping Kids Cope with Divorce | Dealing with Divorce | Activities to Help Kids with Divorce | Books about Divorce
A Coping Skill to Try: Body Scan. In today’s episode, I wanted to try a coping skill together! It’s been such a stressful year, and I thought it would make sense to practice a coping skill together to help us relax. In this podcast, I share what got me interested in body scans in the first place and how they are related to progressive muscle relaxation.
Children will experience a variety of different emotions as they live and play in the world. They will need coping skills that will work to help them manage their feelings in safe and healthy ways. The strategies that will work will be different, depending on what emotion they are feeling, where they are, and their own
AVAILABLE NOW! 60 Helpful Ways to Deal with Stress, Anxiety and Anger A teen version of the #1 Bestselling Coping Skills for Kids Workbook, this version is written specifically with a tween/teen audience (age 11 ) in mind. There are 60 coping strategies included in the book, and it's divided into Coping Styles to make
This book helps children explore a range of emotions with a variety of activities. The activities help kids identify what they are feeling, and recognize that they can intervene with a coping skill before their emotions become difficult to manage. This book, like All Coping Skills for Kids™ products is designed for eas
Start tough conversations with these divorce conversation cards!Includes 24 cards in color and B&WTopics:- Changing Roles and Responsibilities - Feelings of Grief and Loss- Stuck in the Middle- Everyday Life These can be used in a divorce group, individually, or as a matching game for younger students.Follow me on social media!
Sorting what we can and can not control about Divorce, separation, and changing families. Perfect for small group counseling for School Counselors to teach students to focus on what they can control about their parents divorce. A common problem kids face when going through a divorce is that they feel that the situation is completely out of their control, and this really bad thing is happening that they have no say in.
Help them learn flexible thinking strategies with these activities! Students will learn and practice strategies that they can use to cope with change, as well as create a practical plan to deal with changes that come. These resources can be used in individual, small group and classroom school counseling lessons focused on coping skills, and flexible thinking. There is also a Google Slides component for school counselors doing distance learning.
A 12-page workbook that will allow children to express their thoughts and feelings about their parent's divorce through writing, drawings, and/or pictures. CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW FOR A DETAILED DESCRIPTION! how divorce affects kids, divorce and kids