More Activities!

More Activities!

More Activities! Journaling Ideas Included in the Teen Grief Group,  Journaling Ideas offers you 22 journal prompts to help start your writing-engine and get stuff “out” which we all need!  Download the "Journaling Ideas" Worksheet Dear Me...
Feelings

Feelings

Feelings This Lesson Plan is ideal for the first session if doing multiple sessions and has been adapted from Healing Activities for Children in Grief by Gay McWhorter, MEd and ADEC Certified Grief Counselor. Working with young children on loss and grief is vital;...
Stand up!

Stand up!

Stand up! Teachers have students in their classrooms who have suffered loss from death, divorce, moving to a new neighborhood or school, etc. How can a teacher best handle the classroom impacts of these changes? Teachers are a trusted adult and may be the only place...
My House

My House

My House My House asks you to draw your house symbolizing your strengths, ways of coping, your support systems, values, etc. I love all of these activities and tools, but I have to say this one is probably my favorite! I love doing it with the little ones and the...
My House

Bingo

Bingo Provide to students to help them recognize the healthy activities they can do on their own such as “Ask someone how they are doing – really listen to how they answer and see if you can help somehow,” and, ““Read a book – What was the main...
Feelings Wheel

Feelings Wheel

Feelings Wheel Naming our feelings can have such a positive effect. Naming what we’re feeling without judgement has a tremendous impact and can help lower their intensity. And lowering the intensity allows us then to respond with greater self-control. When we know the...