Coping Skills for Anger

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Five Tips for Surviving Parties!

Five Tips for Surviving Holiday Parties — Janine Halloran

Five Tips for Surviving Parties!

Taking deep breaths can be tricky to teach! That’s why I love using props to help kids focus on deep belly breaths. In this podcast, I discus three of my favorite items to use to help kids learn how to take a deep breath. Take a listen here!

Three Props You Can Use to Help Kids Take Deep Breaths — Janine Halloran

Taking deep breaths can be tricky to teach! That’s why I love using props to help kids focus on deep belly breaths. In this podcast, I discus three of my favorite items to use to help kids learn how to take a deep breath. Take a listen here!

AVAILABLE NOW! 60 Helpful Ways to Deal with Stress, Anxiety and Anger A teen version of the #1 Bestselling Coping Skills for Kids Workbook, this version is written specifically with a tween/teen audience (age 11 ) in mind. There are 60 coping strategies included in the book, and it's divided into Coping Styles to make

Coping Skills for Teens Workbook - Digital Version

AVAILABLE NOW! 60 Helpful Ways to Deal with Stress, Anxiety and Anger A teen version of the #1 Bestselling Coping Skills for Kids Workbook, this version is written specifically with a tween/teen audience (age 11 ) in mind. There are 60 coping strategies included in the book, and it's divided into Coping Styles to make

In the past, I've spoken about lots of different ways to encourage kids to take deep breaths by using shapes and other prompts. In this podcast episode, I focus on ways to help teens take deep breaths.

Deep Breathing Ideas for Teens — Janine Halloran

In the past, I've spoken about lots of different ways to encourage kids to take deep breaths by using shapes and other prompts. In this podcast episode, I focus on ways to help teens take deep breaths.

Coping Skills for the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Coping Skills for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) — Janine Halloran

How are you doing? This is such a hectic and strange time. I had plans to talk about something completely different during this podcast episode, but things have significantly ramped up in terms of school closures, working from home, and other disruptions due to the spread of COVID-19. In fact, I basically put some other things on hold, and I started writing in an effort to help families.

This book helps children explore a range of emotions with a variety of activities. The activities help kids identify what they are feeling, and recognize that they can intervene with a coping skill before their emotions become difficult to manage. This book, like All Coping Skills for Kids™ products is designed for eas

Coping Skills for Kids Activity Books: Processing Feelings

This book helps children explore a range of emotions with a variety of activities. The activities help kids identify what they are feeling, and recognize that they can intervene with a coping skill before their emotions become difficult to manage. This book, like All Coping Skills for Kids™ products is designed for eas

How to Make a Calm Down Kit at Michael's — Janine Halloran

Where can you get these items to help create a coping skills toolbox or a calm down kit? I spend a lot of time at Michael’s because I love arts & crafts. But they also have lots of items that would work well in a calm down kit. On a recent trip, I took pictures of what I would put in a coping skills toolkit. Listen to what I found!

In today’s episode, I wanted to try a coping skill together! It’s been such a stressful year, and I thought it would make sense to practice a coping skill together to help us relax. In this podcast, I share what got me interested in body scans in the first place and...

A Coping Skill to Try: Body Scan — Janine Halloran

In today’s episode, I wanted to try a coping skill together! It’s been such a stressful year, and I thought it would make sense to practice a coping skill together to help us relax. In this podcast, I share what got me interested in body scans in the first place and...

The Coping Skills for Kids Activity Book: Distraction Detour focuses on the Distraction Coping Style – detouring and holding a child’s attention when they might otherwise be fixated or “stuck” on a particular stressor. This coping style focuses on playful, fun activities that relieve worry.

Coping Skills for Kids Activity Books: Distraction Detour

The Coping Skills for Kids Activity Book: Distraction Detour focuses on the Distraction Coping Style – detouring and holding a child’s attention when they might otherwise be fixated or “stuck” on a particular stressor. This coping style focuses on playful, fun activities that relieve worry.

On today’s podcast, I quickly re-visit one of my favorite ways to help  kids see the impact their words can have on others. Then I talk about  two more ways to help kids

Two More Ways to Help Kids Understand the Impact of Their Words — Janine Halloran

On today’s podcast, I quickly re-visit one of my favorite ways to help kids see the impact their words can have on others. Then I talk about two more ways to help kids

Five Coping Skills to Manage Anger — Janine Halloran

Last week, the podcast focused on the fact that it's okay to be angry. I discussed the feelings rules and understanding the anger iceberg. This week, as promised, I've shared 5 of my favorite coping skills, plus two bonus strategies to keep in mind as you're working or parenting angry kids.

It’s happened multiple times in my career when I’ve said that phrase, kids will look at me like I have three heads. I explain that everyone gets angry - it’s a normal and expected human emotion. Its what you do with your anger that matters. Then I share the feelings rules with them…

It's okay to be angry — Janine Halloran

It’s happened multiple times in my career when I’ve said that phrase, kids will look at me like I have three heads. I explain that everyone gets angry - it’s a normal and expected human emotion. Its what you do with your anger that matters. Then I share the feelings rules with them…

Can I tell you something? I LOVE working with teens. The conversations I  have with adolescents can be full of sarcasm, but at the heart of every  one of those talks is that they want to be heard.  What’s interesting  is that a lot of the same strategies I use for younger kids work for  teens too (and even adults).

Teens and Coping Skills — Janine Halloran

Can I tell you something? I LOVE working with teens. The conversations I have with adolescents can be full of sarcasm, but at the heart of every one of those talks is that they want to be heard. What’s interesting is that a lot of the same strategies I use for younger kids work for teens too (and even adults).

Whenever I’m speaking to families or professionals working with kids  about their coping skills, I always get the question, “They aren’t using  their coping skills! What do I do?”  In this podcast, I share a  few tips and mindset strategies to use when working with kids who are  having a hard time managing their feelings.

Help! Kids aren't using their coping skills! What do I do? — Janine Halloran

Whenever I’m speaking to families or professionals working with kids about their coping skills, I always get the question, “They aren’t using their coping skills! What do I do?” In this podcast, I share a few tips and mindset strategies to use when working with kids who are having a hard time managing their feelings.