Nikki Friend (OT)

Nikki Friend (OT)

Nikki Friend (OT)
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This simple chart may be so helpful to a student needing help with coping/ processing. This can be considered a differentiation for a student with challenging behavior and can offer support to him/her without rewards/ punishments! From Ross Greene

This is a great small group lesson to help students understand what triggers their anger. It takes students through scaffolded activities that support their awareness of the types of events that make them angry and provide them with examples of those events to promote discussion. The activities use a weather metaphor to engage students. Perfect for 1st through 3rd grade.  This product contains a facilitator guide, mini lesson, group and individual activities. Social Emotional Workshop.

This is a great small group lesson to help students understand what triggers their anger. It takes students through scaffolded activities that support their awareness of the types of events that make them angry and provide them with examples of those even

Therapeutic dream catchers! Steps: 1) draw/pattern of dream catcher 2) decorate dream catcher 3) have the child write out negative emotions, triggers, or experiences. 4) trap the negative thoughts/triggers/emotions 5)have the child circle the dream catcher with strengths, positive traits, activities, and other things/people the client loves.

Steps: draw/pattern of dream catcher decorate dream catcher have the child write out negative emotions, triggers, or experiences. trap the negative thoughts/triggers/emotions the child circle the dream catche

An Anger trigger worksheet for kids to help identify what makes them angry/upset.

A fun worksheet to help students determine their anger triggers. There are six pre-populated anger triggers, as well as room for them to write three of their own. This resource is part of an anger

"I'm sorry"...that's it?!

The Four Part Apology; how to help your students learn to apologize. Too many people give crappy apologies lol

Predators exploit fear and confusion in their victims. If it is clear you are fully prepared to act and are clear about what you want, you are a very unappealing target. This simple guide is a very effective defence against those putting pressure on you.

Great for teaching assertiveness; however may needs some qualifiers for how not to be aggressive (teaching civility)

I have a client who struggles with her filter. Shocking, I know. We created this simple visual, which prompts her to stop and thin...

Behavioral Interventions--For Kids!: Where. "Do I say it or keep that thought in my head?" Helping kids develop a filter.

Use the masks to have clients depict what they feel others see from the outside, and what they feel on the inside

Outline to use for end of therapy session. Have client draw a line down the middle of the face. On one side have them draw who they were when they started therapy and on the other side who they are now