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Kids art therapy

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What do I want to talk about today? #Colour in the #shapes you want to #talk about. Fantastic worksheet! #socialwork #thoughts #feelingspic.twitter.com/Unhxcyl1xE

“What do I want to talk about today? #Colour in the #shapes you want to #talk about. Fantastic worksheet! #socialwork #thoughts #feelings”

Inspirational Splatter Art and Tape Resist Art Project for Kids: Use this art activity to set goals or write words of positivity and encouragement. A great project for the beginning of the new year! #buggyandbuddy #artforkids #artprojects

Inspirational Splatter Art and Tape Resist Art Project for Kids: Use this art activity to set goals or write words of positivity and encouragement. A great project for the beginning of the new year! #buggyandbuddy #artforkids #artprojects

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 ...

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 …

Help kids talk about their worries, fears, and concerns with this worry doll activity. A simple and creative way to help them open up about worries.

Worry doll activity to help children talk about anxiety, worry, and fears. The worry doll activity also comes with directions of how to guide the conversation with children to help them open up.

Help your students in worry group personify their worries by making a worry monster with watercolors and a deep breathing exercise! Students will learn two helpful strategies to manage worries in small group counseling or individual counseling.

Help your students in worry group personify their worries by making a worry monster with watercolors and a deep breathing exercise! Students will learn two helpful strategies to manage worries in small group counseling or individual counseling.

Spin the wheel of coping skills!  – Art of Social Work

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 …