Cognitive Behavioral Worksheets

Reusable Cognitive Behavioral CBT Worksheets to support elementary school students make the connection between feelings, thoughts and actions. Activities support behavior change in students by allowing them to see behavior patterns in a concrete way.

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What Parents Need to Know About Childhood Trauma

Sourced from:https://www.parenttoolkit.com/health-and-wellness/advice/mental-health/what-parents-need-to-know-about-childhood-trauma As parents, our first and most important goal is to keep our children safe. All we want is to protect them from the outside world, but tough situations are inevitable. And when those hard, and potentially traumatic, times come – whether in the form of bullying, living through a natural disaster, or losing […]

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How to teach a child to reset after a bad day (without fixing their problems for them)

Sourced from:https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/on-parenting/how-to-teach-a-child-to-reset-after-a-bad-day-without-fixing-their-problems-for-them/2019/08/22/8761489a-b21e-11e9-8949-5f36ff92706e_story.html Did you ever have one of those days where everything is going just fine, and then your child comes through the door upset, frustrated, angry and all your fine-ness slips down the drain? Maybe you want to fix it right away. You tell your little girl everything will be okay, or you tell […]

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How to Help Teenage Girls Reframe Anxiety and Strengthen Resilience

In the last decade, rates of anxiety-related disorders in teenagers have steadily risen, particularly in girls. Researchers and psychologists posit several hypotheses about why these rates are on the rise — from digital hyperconnectivity to heightened external pressures to simply a greater awareness, and therefore diagnosis, of mental health concerns.

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What Are Your Core Needs?

Sourced from:https://www.blessingmanifesting.com/2019/06/what-are-your-core-needs.html/ Your core is the essential, most important part of who you are and it’s important that you nourish that part. So often we put ourselves on autopilot in our day-to-day. Sleep. Eat. Work/School. Rinse and repeat. We’re so busy functioning and paying bills and responsibilities that we forget to do those things that […]

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Feeling Grateful for the Small Things

Human beings have a knee-jerk tendency to scan for what’s not working, from a slow-moving line at the grocery store to a rut in a relationship, so it’s easy to notice when things haven’t gone our way in a while.

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