HIIT for Kids - Improve Emotional Regulation In Just 7 Minutes Per Day
Improve your kid’s emotional regulation in just 7 minutes a day with these animal-themed exercises
Divorce and "Pudding"
Today the third grade FISH (Families In Separate Homes) group met. During our time together,we read a great book called "Was it the chocolate pudding?" By, Sarah Levins It is about a boy who made a mess of chocolate pudding and thinks that it was his mess that made his parents get divorced. By the end of the book, he realizes that it was not his fault and feels relieved! After, we used "vanilla pudding" (A.K.A. shaving cream!) to draw pictures of how the boys in the book felt, and then we…
How to Explain Mindful Colouring to Kids - Moments A Day
Learn how to practice mindful colouring from two experts who use colouring in their work.
Therapeutic Dream Catcher
Therapeutic Dream Catchers: Steps: 1) Decorate your dream catcher 2) Think of your negative emotions, triggers, or experiences 3) Trap those negative thoughts/triggers/emotions inside of your dream catcher 5) Write your strengths, positive traits, activities, and other things/people you love all aro...
Draw Your Boundaries Art Directive
This art therapy directive can help teens and adults explore their personal boundaries and work toward setting healthy boundaries.
Blog | Yogi Surprise
To help support your yoga journey, yogis have opened their journal to share their wisdom and inspiration from a practice of mindful and healthy living.
DIY Affirmation Stones for Kids - building confidence & self-esteem
DIY pocket-sized affirmation stones for kids - ideal building confidence & self-esteem
Make Your Own Worry Monster - ideal for helping kids with anxiety or sleep issues
These little monsters just love worries! In fact, the more you give them the happier they are! Designed to help alleviate anxiety & reduce stress in young children, these DIY Worry Monsters offer children a simple way to express & release those negative emotions. If you have a child who is experiencing anxiety whether due to a new situation, a change in a familiar routine, friendship issues, or sleeping difficulties, you'll know the impact that this anxiety can have on their life. Issues…
Road Map Activity
Road Map into the Future | for teens; explain that the streets on the R are destinations, places he has lived or visited, schools he attended, places he has spent time at. Streets on the L are the bad and good things that have happened along the way. After road map is complete, show teen how the #trauma is just one part of his life. Good things have happened too... Instructions attached.