School Time Snippets: Guess the Emotion Game. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.

School Time Snippets: Guess the Emotion Game. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.

Family Tree of Emotions helps you figure out why you feel the way you do.  Write the emotion you feel in the first box then follow it with perceptions working your way to the core beliefs.

Family Tree of Emotions helps you figure out why you feel the way you do. Write the emotion you feel in the first box then follow it with perceptions working your way to the core beliefs.

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The Emotional Monsters

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For students with autism, identifying the emotions for themselves and/or others can be VERY CHALLENGING.    During my first year of teach...

For students with autism, identifying the emotions for themselves and/or others can be VERY CHALLENGING. During my first year of teach...

DBT Self-Help Resources: Observing and Describing Emotions These worksheets accompany the Emotion regulation Handout 6 Also look at: Emotions List - Using an Emotions List to help Label an...

DBT Self-Help Resources: Observing and Describing Emotions These worksheets accompany the Emotion regulation Handout 6 Also look at: Emotions List - Using an Emotions List to help Label an...

These FREE printable cards help children identify their feelings and emotions! Adorable and diverse characters depict twelve emotions on bright colored cards. Black and white versions of these cards are also included. The emotions on the cards include: → Angry → Happy → Excited → Sleepy → Proud → Shy → Scared → Sad → Embarrassed → Confused → Hurt → Grumpy Also included for FREE is a page filled with ideas for using these cards!

These FREE printable cards help children identify their feelings and emotions! Adorable and diverse characters depict twelve emotions on bright colored cards. Black and white versions of these cards are also included. The emotions on the cards include: → Angry → Happy → Excited → Sleepy → Proud → Shy → Scared → Sad → Embarrassed → Confused → Hurt → Grumpy Also included for FREE is a page filled with ideas for using these cards!

Feelings identification therapy activity: Create a board with feelings similar to this one or have the child come up with feelings on his or her own and fill them in. Present a real or imaginary situation and ask the child to put a certain amount of stones (depending on how strong those feelings were) on each of the emotions they felt or might feel, then process the experience of having co-existing emotions.

Feelings identification therapy activity: Create a board with feelings similar to this one or have the child come up with feelings on his or her own and fill them in. Present a real or imaginary situation and ask the child to put a certain amount of stones (depending on how strong those feelings were) on each of the emotions they felt or might feel, then process the experience of having co-existing emotions.

Calm Down Kit on the go is a full binder full of behavior visuals and tools that can be used with students with autism and special needs.  Teach students to identify the emotion, de-escalate, reflect on their behavior and transition back to class.  Utilize the whole calm down kit to help students de-escalate in the classroom, regulate emotions and calm down.

Calm Down Kits in the Classroom

Calm Down Kit on the go is a full binder full of behavior visuals and tools that can be used with students with autism and special needs. Teach students to identify the emotion, de-escalate, reflect on their behavior and transition back to class. Utilize the whole calm down kit to help students de-escalate in the classroom, regulate emotions and calm down.

Emotions in Our Bodies Activity: This interventions works best with clients who are experiencing somatic symptoms due to intense emotions that they are denying or holding in (ex.a boy who says his father’s death doesnt bother him who gets stomach aches). Make sure you have established a relationship with the client and you feel this activity is clinically indicated before attempting.

Emotions in Our Bodies Activity: This interventions works best with clients who are experiencing somatic symptoms due to intense emotions that they are denying or holding in (ex.a boy who says his father’s death doesnt bother him who gets stomach aches). Make sure you have established a relationship with the client and you feel this activity is clinically indicated before attempting.

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