27 pages (1118, emotional intelligence) Teaching Social Flexibility (Card Game) — This activity for kids and teens teaches the importance of flexible social thinking.
It includes two “poster” handouts to open a discussion on flexible thinking and a simple card game to practice new skills.
The cards are intended to be used in a flexible manner.
The instructions describe four different games than can be played.
PTSD, depression, CBT, 0117) Controlling Your Urges — This worksheet is designed to help people control their urges by activating the thinking part of their brains and make decisions that will interrupt the cycle of self-defeating behaviors.
(addiction, self-control, impulse control, 0816) Accepting Your Mistakes & Moving Forward — This worksheet is designed to help people understand factors that led to a significant mistake and to identify what they can do differently to avoid repeating this mistake. — This worksheet is designed to help people develop a “body language” vocabulary.Progressive Muscle Relaxation — Progressive Muscle Relaxation: This tool includes a link to a 12-minute audio which can be used to guide clients through progressive muscle relaxation.It also includes a chart to help a person develop the habit of spending time each day practicing relaxation. (0215) Emotions Card Game — The Emotions Card Game is designed to help teach a variety of skills to children and teens related to awareness of emotions and problem-solving.(anxiety, trichotillomania, habits, 0219) Reducing Your Self-Consciousness in Social Situations — This worksheet is designed to help people with social anxiety overcome their self-consciousness in social situations.It is designed to help people pay attention to what is happening around them rather than just on their inner experiences.This is particularly helpful for kids and teens, but is a useful technique for adults too.Form Type: PDF (0315) Life Goals Worksheet — This worksheet is designed to help individuals identify goals in seven broad areas: Health, Financial, Professional, Relationships, Enjoyment, Personal Growth and Community/Spiritual. — This form has been designed to help teens recognize the degree to which their sudden anger or other strong emotion will affect them at school and what the consequences may be to this type of behavior.(social anxiety, shyness, self-esteem, 1118) Asking Questions-Fortune Teller — This worksheet shows you how to cut out and fold a Fortune Teller which is designed to help kids talk about their themselves, their likes and dislikes, and more.(conversation, ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, emotional intelligence, 102918, 2 pages).The behavioral repertoire is the range of ways of behaving that an individual possesses.In children with conduct disorder , intermittent explosive disorder , oppositional-defiant disorder , antisocial behaviors, aggressive acting-out, or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder with disruptive behavior, the number of ways of interpreting reality and responding to the world are limited and involve negative responses.