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De-escalation Strategies for Taming Meltdowns Tips for Parents Carers
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De-escalation Strategies for Taming Meltdowns: Tips for Parents/Carers

The resource provides a helpful guide to managing meltdowns in children, endorsed by the Crisis Prevention Institute. Whether one is a parent, caregiver, or works with children, these de-escalation strategies help ease tense situations and…

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Mood Tracker Printouts: Track Daily Feelings for Emotional Well-being

Introducing the Mood Tracker Printouts – a set of 27 templates designed for individuals of all ages to monitor their emotions. Whether one is an adult, teen, or child, these printouts are here to help…

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Exploring Emotions through Activities

The “Exploring Emotions through Activities” resource is a comprehensive guide designed by Danny Wayne Pettry II, a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. This guide offers a wide array of engaging activities aimed at increasing emotional awareness…

Emotional Regulation: Guide for Parents
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Emotional Regulation: Guide for Parents

The “Emotional Regulation Guide for Parents” is a detailed resource designed to support parents and caregivers in understanding and aiding their children’s emotional regulation. It provides an in-depth exploration of why children may struggle with…

Time for Us: Activities to Get Adults and Children Talking about their Feelings
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Time for Us: Activities to Get Adults and Children Talking about their Feelings

“Time for Us: Activities to Get Adults and Children Talking about their Feelings” is an extensive resource pack aimed at encouraging open communication about emotions between adults and children. Designed to be accessible and engaging,…