Between Sessions offers therapy tools for developmental issues experienced by children. Download therapy activities for children dealing with grief, sexuality, child abuse, and more. Our therapeutic activities for children are developed by a team of professional therapists who understand the therapy aids you need before, during, and after your sessions. If you don’t see a resource that you need listed below, you can request a new resource and we’ll get to work making it for you!
Good Behavior Program and Coloring Book
— This ebook doubles as a coloring book and behavior program that teaches kids 30 positive behaviors. Parents find it easier to reward positive behaviors than to use conventional discipline techniques. The program also teaches kids emotional and social skills that will go far beyond the traditional definition of good behavior.
Recognizing the Symptoms of Child Abuse And Neglect
— This fact sheet was developed by the Child Welfare Gateway and should be given to anyone who works with children. It defines the various types of child abuse and neglect according to Federal guidelines, and can be helpful in detecting signs of abuse or neglect.
Discipline for Kids
— This handout describes positive discipline techniques for children, including time out, removal of toys, and active listening. A good starting point for parents of children with behavior problems. Form Type: PDF 914
Be Considerate In Your Conversations
— Some children are naturally empathetic, but many others have to be taught the importance of considering the feelings of others. This worksheet is designed to help children be more sensitive to how others may be feeling in a conversation. Form Type: PDF (0415)
What Happens When Someone Dies?
— This worksheet will help children talk about their concerns about what happens when someone dies. Keep in mind that talking about death is an ongoing discussion, and make sure they know that they can ask questions and talk about their feelings at any time.