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Gratitude Challenge

Gratitude is the art of welcoming your blessings. At least, that’s what my positive psychology professor once told me. I used to think that practicing gratitude was something you did only at Thanksgiving, but as the years have passed, I have realized the importance of recognizing and celebrating the little moments that make life better.Continue reading “Gratitude Challenge”

“Blind Picasso”

“Blind Picasso” is a fun activity that encourages active listening, creativity, imagination, and so much more. Not only that, but it reminds us that we all perceive and interpret things differently in the world-whether we are seeing something with our own eyes, or listening to something with our own ears. All you need is aContinue reading ““Blind Picasso””

Emotional Thermometer for Anxiety

Emotional thermometers are a popular cognitive behavioral intervention for children and adolescents. It is often used to promote self-awareness and emotional intelligence. While it is often used to represent anger and physical aggression, it is also great to identify feelings and symptoms related to anxiety. The emotional thermometer for anxiety is used to increase awarenessContinue reading “Emotional Thermometer for Anxiety”

Learning Emotional Intelligence with “The Color Monster”

Emotional intelligence is one of our favorite subjects here at C.A.T.s Corner! That’s because emotional intelligence is an essential component of our daily lives that isn’t often recognized. Whether we are making friends, interacting with our family, reading a book, or even starting a new job, we are using emotional intelligence skills. What types ofContinue reading “Learning Emotional Intelligence with “The Color Monster””

Worry tools and Storytelling

I’ve always been a worrier; I remember experiencing so many worries especially as a child. My worries were truly a result of my anxiety over the unknown-most being things that were out of my control. Sometimes, writing down our worries, or the things we cannot control that seem to be spiking our anxiety, can helpContinue reading “Worry tools and Storytelling”

The Review is in! How I Use Mindful Kids to Help Start the Day

Mindful Kids is one of my favorite resources as a creative arts therapist. The mindfulness activities are great for all ages and comfort zones. Plus, it’s extremely affordable! Just click on the mindfulness activity for the amazon link. Watch the video below to see how I use one of their activities to help children startContinue reading “The Review is in! How I Use Mindful Kids to Help Start the Day”

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