The SEL Book to Teach Coping Skills to Children
Skills for Big Feelings is a social emotional learning curriculum for educators & counselors who wish to teach youth coping strategies, relaxation techniques, and self regulation skills.
This comprehensive social-emotional book is based on cognitive-behavioral techniques, mindfulness, breathing exercises, SEL theory, and visualization. Developed for teachers and mental health professionals to help children learn calming techniques, emotional regulation, and coping skills.
Inside you’ll find a wealth of calming strategies and activities for helping kids to develop emotional literacy skills and manage anxiety and stress.
What's Included in the Book:
A Fun 28-Page Coloring Workbook to Help Kids Learn Self-Regulation Skills
A 12-Week Guide with Practical Tools and Advice For Teachers and Counselors, Including S.M.A.R.T. IEP and Treatment Plan Objectives, Family Handouts, Letters, and Surveys
16 Trauma-Informed Guided Relaxation Scripts For Helping Kids Destress
A Wealth of Engaging Activities Including Identifying and Accepting Feelings, Dealing With Unhelpful Thoughts... And More!
"Be the person who makes positive ripple effects.”
- Camilla Kragius
Youth Anxiety & Stress Reduction Resources
Social Emotional Learning Activities For Kids
CASEY O'BRIEN MARTIN • LMHC • REAT • RN
SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT COUNSELOR
I'm Casey. I'm passionate about empowering kids to learn the social-emotional skills they need to thrive. It’s my belief that all children should be given the tools to learn how to understand and cope with their feelings more effectively. My work is grounded in a trauma-informed approach and I strive to share ideas and resources that are therapeutic, engaging, and useful. I believe in the healing power of relationships and I consider working with kids every day a privilege.
"Let the beauty of what you love be what you do."
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