Anxiety and Stress
How to support children, teens, adolescents, and adults who feel anxiety and stress. Stress management techniques and interventions. How anxiety and stress…
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Teachers, School Counselors and Parents! Create your mindfulness-based and trauma sensitive classroom, or a space in your home, with over 20 interactive tools. A true game-changer for your behavior management system; a great alternative for behavior management clip charts. With an emphasis on strong visual supports, The Calm Corner Toolbox invites young ones to use self-regulation coping skills and calming strategies when they are feeling upset, sad, impulsive, distracted or worried in class.
Positive thinking is a skill that students can learn to improve their resilience and persistence when faced with challenging tasks. Negative thinking is a common stumbling block for many students (and adults). Negative thoughts can affect how a student feels, acts, and perceives what is going on around them. To change this, we teach students to identify their negative thinking and to change those thoughts to positive ones.
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