February 7, 2022
Welcome to the Mylemarks Monthly newsletter! In February, we celebrate Black History Month as well as Valentine's Day. Keep scrolling to access our available resources below! The Resource of the Month for February is called Where I Feel Sadness. This worksheet is an interactive way to engage kids in identifying physical responses to feelings of sadness or depression. Your client will be able to color in the different places on their body that are impacted by their feelings and mood. If you like this resource, make sure to also check out Where I Feel Anger and Where I Feel Anxiety!
Valentine's Day Resources
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View the full list of our most recent resources here!
Social Skills SELV
The new Social-Emotional Learning Video is here! The Social Skills SELV was created to help kids learn about socials skills and ways they can improve their interactions with others! Watch the video below, and don't forget to like, share, and join 15,000 other clinicians by subscribing to our YouTube channel to receive notifications.
Coping Skills Cards + Poster
Did you get your hands on the coping skills cards yet? It's a deck and poster of 40 different coping skills ideas for your kids and teens! Each card includes a coping skill idea, illustration, and details about the usefulness of the technique.
Talk Me Up!
Happy Black History Month! In our continued collaboration with BMH Connect and Dr. April Duncan, we've developed a positive affirmation card game created for use with Black kids and teens. Talk Me Up! is a fun, interactive card game designed to help kids learn and recite positive and empowering statements as they participate in gameplay. Positive affirmations and self-talk can be helpful coping mechanisms for clients that experience stress, anxiety, low self-worth, or negative social interactions.
Visit our Diversity and Inclusion section to view all of the resources from our collaboration with BMH Connect including:
Gratitude Journal for Kids
Children that keep a gratitude journal experience a number of benefits including improved happiness and increased self-esteem. The Gratitude Journal for Kids is a 21-page interactive journal including writing/drawing prompts and engaging activities. The Gratitude Journal for Kids will be available on Monday, March 14th! Make sure to also check out our Gratitude Journal for Teens - now available.
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