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Inside-Out: Where is the control? Worksheet

Use this set of boy/girl outlines to help children decide what is within their control and what is without it...Perfect for a "self-control" or "good choices" lesson!

A set of 20 cards which could be printed and made into a little booklet or laminated and used as cards. Lots of ideas for calming down exercises/mindfulness etc to help children who are perhaps a little anxious or angry.

Are you looking for a quick and easy way to document data during group therapy sessions? Are you sick of using post-its, 5 different data forms at one time, or trying to remember the data to document later?Use these forms to help! Photocopy double sided or laminate and use a dry erase marker to reuse over and over.Use to document progress during group sessions, then transfer data onto students' individual data sheets later on.3 different types included: groups of 5, 3, and mixed.

Positive Reinforcement Visual rewards - Behaviour Management

Reward system - for students with Autism Visual Reinforcement for students with Autism. A powerful method of strengthening new skills and behaviours, The tokens are a way of “paying” children for completing tasks and then they can be used to trade for desired activities or items they choose.

Solution Focused Counseling: Goal Setting & Strength-Based Intervention Tools

Magic Wand Question

This is just one page, but it is so amazing. If youre a counselor practicing solution focused therapy then I am sure many of you use the magic wand question.

"How do they Feel?" printable book to help children identify emotions

"How do they Feel?" FREE printable book to help children identify the emotions that other people might be feeling.