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Play therapy activities

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A site with a bunch of activities to teach healthy anger management and coping skills to children that can be used when they are going through grief.

A site with a bunch of activities to teach healthy anger management and coping skills to children that can be used when they are going through grief.

House of Boundaries Game - a play therapy game to address healthy social boundaries, online safety, levels of relationship, and handling bullies. Children will become aware of red flags to potential problems in relationships and how to respond.

This game was birthed from the need for a way to explain to kids various levels of relationships and appropriate boundaries for each level. I've worked with many kids who will either open up to people completely or are completely closed off. They struggle with finding the middle ground. I came up with the analogy of a house with many rooms to explain how to set limits with others based on the trust in the relationship. It helps kids conceptualize different aspects to relationships and…

Check out these 20 rotator cuff strengthening exercises to help stabilize the muscles around the shoulder joint, shown here by physio resident and sports per...

Check out these 20 rotator cuff strengthening exercises to help stabilize the muscles around the shoulder joint, shown here by physio resident and sports per...

Play is a child’s natural language and so often expresses what words simply cannot.   That’s why play therapist and counselor, Tracy Turner-Bumberry, LPC, RPT-S, CAS, shares 2 simple, playful and on-point interventions that combine mindfulness, expressive arts and play to help kids achieve greater self-regulation, more focus and less stress.   #playtherapy #therapy #children #kids #therapist #playtherapist #therapytools #play #fun #mindfulness #selfregulation #regulatebehavior #interventions

Play is a child’s natural language and so often expresses what words simply cannot. That’s why play therapist and counselor, Tracy Turner-Bumberry, LPC, RPT-S, CAS, shares 2 simple, playful and on-point interventions that combine mindfulness, expressive arts and play to help kids achieve greater self-regulation, more focus and less stress. #playtherapy #therapy #children #kids #therapist #playtherapist #therapytools #play #fun #mindfulness #selfregulation #regulatebehavior #interventions

Anger games are a great resource to help kids develop coping skills and emotional self-regulation. They can be used at home, at school or as anger group therapy activities. Turn a serious problem into a super fun family activity #angermanagementforkids #anger #kids #therapyactivities #copingskills #parenting #angergames

Anger games are a great resource to help kids develop coping skills and emotional self-regulation. They can be used at home, at school or as anger group therapy activities. Turn a serious problem into a super fun family activity #angermanagementforkids #anger #kids #therapyactivities #copingskills #parenting #angergames

Self esteem bucket

One of the most common issues I come across when working with children is poor self esteem. We all have times when we feel bad about ourselves. But kids are trying to find their identity. Learning what they are good at and what they aren't. Working out how they are the same and different to others and if this is important. The way we see ourselves as a child can impact how we see ourselves as an adult. Why self esteem is important Kids who feel good about themselves have the confidence to…