Therapy Ideas

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Recreation Therapy Ideas: Building Community
Articulation pinwheel
Bored? You can make giant, stretchy, REUSABLE bubbles that had our entire family giggling for hours! #diykids
Recreation Therapy Ideas: January 2013
Creative Therapy for Children with Autism, ADD, and Asperger's: Using Artistic Creativity to Reach, Teach, and Touch our Children
Therapeutic Interventions: Combining Card Games (UNO & The Ungame)
Overcoming Fear - Friday handout on rectherapyideas.b...
Therapeutic Interventions: Combining Card Games (UNO & The Ungame)
Progressive muscle relaxation script to help melt away stress and tension built up in your muscles.
I know a lot of people who need this- Recreation Therapy Ideas: Signs of Unhealthy Boundaries
This is the ppl they should be teaching
Action Bag, this can be adapted to use for so many language targets (artic, language delay, pragmatics, etc) for any age kid! Awesome website.
Hand Arches = Good information about the arches and development activities on Therapy Street for Kids
Liz's Speech Therapy Ideas: Possessives Unit
Wonderful ideas for school counseling and play therapy. The author won "Writer of the Year" for this work.
Great place to find and share music therapy interventions. Search by population, use of music, or goal areas!
I actually wanted to be an art therapist! It was because of my experience with volunteering at Villa Esperanza which is a school for children with severe autism. It wasn’t until I volunteered 100 hours here did I realize how much I could contribute. I rem
Cynthia Emerlye's Art Therapy Class: Build Your Own Superhero
Games in Therapy - Here is a collection of my favorite regular games turned into therapy games. I love using games in therapy and these have really added to my collection! Download and Print therapy ideas for games shown.
Speech Therapist Gift, Speech Therapy Staff, Rehab Office Professional Jewelry Necklace, Language Therapy Gift on Etsy, $22.00
Self-esteem portrait...20 things I like about myself and things others like about me
Recreation Therapy Ideas: Stress Relief Activities
Great OT ideas for patients who have had a CVA
The Ultimate Guide to Autism Home Therapy is written by a mom of an child with Autism. The list includes recommended therapy blogs, activities, books, YouTube channels, Pinterest boards, and therapy tools that will help any parent create a therapeutic env
Recreation Therapy Ideas: Watercolor Trees - start everyone with preprinted tree trunk on paper, water colors, and paintbrush !
Recreation Therapy Ideas: Stress Relief Activities
Conversation starters/ice breakers with Jenga  *This could also be used (blocks numbered) with questions that respond to your monthly theme.  Not literally answers (too much pressure) but pondering questions (Why do you suppose . . . HOw do you think we c
100 ART THERAPY EXERCISES - THE UPDATED AND IMPROVED LIST! Drawing by Shelley Klammer
Recreation Therapy Ideas: The Four Agreements (for Self Care!)
Pudge and Biggs: Awesome occupational therapy ideas!
A great explanation of art therapy and a gallery of art therapy ideas!
Use Uno to talk about feelings.  Choose a color to represent a feeling.  This is a great resource website.  Survival Guide for Counselors
Tips to help parents remember strategies between home visits: Early Intervention Strategies for Success:  An Early Intervention blog for service providers of infants and toddlers
Speech Tube: Nonverbal Social Skills. One week I pulled out my iPhone and let them watch a popular You Tube clip. After 3 minutes of laughing and watching clips, I was able to get them to work for the next 30 minutes on our speech and language goals. Sinc
Stress and coping lesson Chart Paper Notes Grade 3
Omg my 1st graders would looove these!! Sugar Blossoms: Classroom Cheers
Great idea for word work!
Alphabet Letter Matching Rainbow. Match uppercase letters to their lowercase match with this literacy learning activity!
How PTSD Disrupts Relationships – Part 3 – “Come Close To Me! Get Away From Me!” Push-Pull Dynamic
Creative Playhouse: 15 Play Ideas to Help Children Calm Down and Relax
18x24 Therapy Room Poster
The Montessori method is being used to successfully engage Alzheimer’s disease patients, and it’s an idea that’s gaining traction in the caregiving community.
Great play therapy technique: List the feelings you've felt today (or this week) then choose a miniature/toy to go along with that feeling. #playtherapy, #counseling
Post it note technique for individual counseling
Sensory aid - slide a PVC pipe over bungi cord and attach to desk legs. Student can keep feet busy while still paying attention and staying on task.
Therapeutic Interventions: Combining Card Games (UNO & The Ungame)
Letting go of emotional suffering: Mindfulness of your current emotion
Worksheets: Trace and Write the Missing Letters Love this website's educational resources
Komboloi worry beads are a Greek fidget toy, used to relieve stress and generally pass the time. Making your own set for fun or stress relief can be done with just a few inexpensive supplies. See Step 1 to get started on your own set....
Want to create eye-catching anchor charts with your students but don't have the time or talent to make it as nice as you'd like? No worries, I've done it all for you! This Structural Elements of Poetry Anchor Chart Set has everything you need
▶ Dr. Peter Levine on working through a personal traumatic experience - Very very good.
Positive words! #positivity #positivethinking
Great ideas for using silly putty or therapy putty with children to develop a variety of skill building and sensory needs.
8 Serious Short & Long Term Negative Effects Of Verbal Abuse On Children: Verbal abuse is one of the most common and also most overlooked forms of abuse on children. Most times it is passed off as a form of “disciplining” or “tough love”.
This Borderline Personality Disorder Test (BPD test) can help determine whether you might have the symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Use the results to decide if you need to see a doctor or other mental health professional to further disc
How to use chime for mindfulness
social skills
Self Control Bubbles - A behavior management teaching tool!
OT Activities for Sensory Processing Disorders
They wrote their hopes and dreams in balloons and attached a picture of themselves soaring with them.
Quick Idea List of Adult Speech Therapy Tasks
What your personality type says about your career
belief worksheet - Google Search
I am in love with this project!  Would love to do on first day of school OR with my fifth graders at the end of the year..who are you as you leave for middle school and who do u hope to be...mind is turning...
Speech Activity of the Week: Sticker Stop – an “Exit Slip” Strategy - pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins
This timeline maps out what you can expect to see as your child grows up.
Good idea... Have students write  thank you notes on petal shapes & turn into a flower... can give to counselor, board members etc. for appreciation.
Rewiring the Brain to Ease Pain - Brain Scans Fuel Efforts to Teach Patients How to Short-Circuit Hurtful Signals
Fun Exercises for Substance Abuse Group Treatment #substanceabuse #counselor #counseling
Debriefing Thumball. I made one of these out of a dollar store soccer ball. Participants catch the ball, answer the question under their right thumb. Great processing tool!
This Paper Fortune Teller, one of a new set of 3, helps children to learn about "All or Nothing Thinking," a style of thinking that leads to many upsetting emotions. Tags: cognitive behavioral therapy, children, game, counseling.
OT Activities for Sensory Processing Disorders
Cynthia Emerlye, Vermont artist and kirigami papercutter: Art Therapy Group
Book: The Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children
Activities to Teach Children Impulse Control
Responding to Social Greetings
The Joki hanging crow’s nest hammock swing is the perfect refuge for children.  It offers relaxation and stimulates imagination.
Weighted blanket -DIY for kids with autism...slip this in a pillowcase or soft fabric
Fighting Invisible Tigers: A Stress Guide for Teens This book offers proven techniques that teens can use to deal with stressful situations in school, at home, and among friends. They’ll find current information on how stress affects health and decision m
Self-esteem portrait...20 things I like about myself and things others like about me
This can help those kids that cry every day... But admittedly I can also probably work on all of this myself.
would you rather questions....something to talk about; group icebreaker activity.
Black Light Sensory Bin
What a healthy relationship looks like as compared to an unhealthy relationship
Its called a "Positive box." When child starts feeling negative, they can pull out this box and start reading all the positive messages inside it.
this needs to be in my classroom!
How to teach Cutting on the Lines: Tips include using puff paint that will give tactile "clues" when the child veers off the line.
WHAT CHILDREN LEARN IN PLAY THERAPY Maybe you’re a parent thinking about giving play therapy a try with your child . Here are some great reminders about what children learn in play therapy through the power of play and nurturing relationship with a play t
Assertive Communication Illustrates the difference between passive, assertive and aggressive communication.
How to Teach Your Amygdala to Dance | Mark Goulston, M.D.
Creative Elementary School Counselor: Friendship Bugs
"2. Christians tend to motivate each other by guilt rather than grace."  We need to encourage each other, not guilt-trip or try to control others... Are Christians Meant to Feel Guilty All the Time? – Kevin DeYoung
Therapy worksheets: Children, Adolescents, Adults. Various topics twitter.com/...
Self-Esteem worksheets.  Oh jackpot!!!!  These are fantastic!  *****
The power of using this framework is that you meet people where they are instead of where you want them to be. This makes the conversation feel real, which makes it infinitely more effective. The art of the interviewing style is determining at what stage
Fun with Sensory Bags from Growing a Jeweled Rose
y Partner's Qualities
consequences
Dr. Dan Siegel - Talks about Disorganized Attachment what's going on in the child's brain and how this impact the child's response to caregivers. #parentchildrelationship
Ride the waves of emotion, #DBT Art Journal by Michelle Morgan  #Mindfulness of emotion
Art Therapy: Sharing Directives: The Recovery Book
Biopsychosocial Model
Live Love Speech: Are you pushing in?! (Inclusion Tips!)
middle school advisory 101: 3 Steps for Conflict Resolution
So visually appealing.
The Still Face Experiment. Infants and emotional/social engagement - I wouldn't have been able to do this experiment.  It hurts me to watch!