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Anxiety, ADHD and Anger in the Classroom: 60 Activity-Based Coping Skills to Effectively Manage “Big Feelings”

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Objectives

  1. Develop strategies for teaching kids coping skills that positively impact academic performance and their ability to maintain relationships.
  2. Analyze how the nervous system response of “fight, flight or freeze” is connected to stress and communicate how coping skills can be used to shift kids to a more tranquil “rest and digest” response.
  3. Execute a classroom routine that allows for breaks to benefit both hypo-arousal and hyper-arousal in kids with ADHD.
  4. Utilize mindfulness and grounding techniques that can be used to help children manage their symptoms of anxiety.
  5. Employ methods to determine the source of stress and create a plan to eliminate shutting down or acting out.
  6. Utilize specific movement-based strategies that can effectively intervene in kids’ anger responses.

Outline

Coping Skills Overview

Skills and Strategies: Interactive Exercises
Deep Breathing – Beyond “Taking a Deep Breath”

Coping Skills for Anxiety/Stress

Coping Skills for ADHD

Coping Skills for Anger/Frustration

Practical Implementation Ideas for the Classroom or Office

 

Copyright : 04/20/2018

Coping Skills for Kids and Tweens: How to Manage Big Feelings in an Uncertain Time and Beyond

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Determine how the pandemic has impacted students socially and emotionally and integrate strategies for better focus.
  2. Apply coping skills for kids to try either at home or school to implement safe ways to express anger.
  3. Develop students' relaxation and coping skills to manage anxiety.

Outline

Anxiety, Stress, and Anger in a Pandemic

Coping Skills for Anxiety

Coping Skills for Stress

Coping Skills for Anger/Frustration

Copyright : 08/05/2020