Follow the links below to sets of worksheets to help children deal with upsetting emotions.
This single worksheet above is used as a tool to enable identifying an upsetting emotion and reflecting on when it occurred. Click HERE to go to this worksheet.
This set of seven simple worksheets above deals [...]
Here is the first of seven worksheets to help children to deal with upsetting emotions. Other worksheets in this series name specific emotions such as sadness and anger. This one allows the child to fill in his own emotion words.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Upsetting Emotions
In this post, I provide seven worksheets to [...]
Below you will find this worksheet and six others to help children to deal with not getting their way.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Disappointment
In this post, I provide seven worksheets to help children explore emotions connected with not getting their way. The worksheets follow a CBT format similar to others in this series. I designed these simple [...]
In this post there are seven simple worksheets which use a cognitive behavioral format to help children learn about sad feelings and coping with them.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Sadness
In this post, I provide seven worksheets to help children explore their sad emotions and begin to develop ways to cope with it. It follows a CBT format [...]
Children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders often reveal more about bodily manifestations of upset feelings using this simple visual method.
Helping children with ASD to understand and correct their bodies’ response to stress
We counselors, therapists, special ed teachers and SLP’s spend time every day helping children with ASD to deal with their upset feelings. [...]
Children with Asperger’s and other autism spectrum disorders can find it quite hard to have balanced conversations with family members. I have created two simple, illustrated worksheets to help.
(To see a worksheet on starting conversations with mothers, click here.)
How to use the worksheets:
Introduce the activity using words something like this: “Everybody has their own separate [...]