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Therapy worksheets related to Emotions for Children

Anger Warning Signs
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Anger Warning Signs worksheet
This worksheet is intended to be used in the beginning anger management treatment to help educate clients about their physical and behavioral responses to anger. We recommend taking time helping the client identify their earliest warning signs of anger that might be less obvious and more difficult to recognize...
My Fears
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My Fears worksheet
This children's anxiety worksheet will help prompt the client to identify, describe, and address their fears. Children are asked to list their fears, describe their thoughts about the fears, identify where in their body they sense the feeling, and finally to create a plan for dealing with fear.
How I Feel
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How I Feel worksheet
This CBT tool for children encourages the identification of emotions, triggering events, and coping skills. Children are given examples of emotions and positive coping skills to help with the completion of the worksheet. Simple and to the point!
Grief Sentence Completion
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Grief Sentence Completion worksheet
Help children and adolescents begin to process their grief by completing this sentence completion exercise. This worksheet may be helpful for children who are having difficulty beginning to talk about their loss.
Basic Emotion Assessment
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Basic Emotion Assessment worksheet
Use a likert scale to complete a basic assessment of emotions. Help clients become more aware of their current emotions and keep track of changes across sessions. Great as a check-in tool, and simple enough terminology for children. This tool is based off of Robert Plutchik's theory of basic emotions.
Wheel of Emotions (Children)
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Wheel of Emotions (Children) worksheet
This wheel of emotions uses simple terms and illustrations to help children learn and identify basic emotions.
Where Do I Feel?
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Where Do I Feel? worksheet
Use art to begin teaching young clients to name, identify, and recognize their emotions and how they feel. Ask your client to choose a color to represent each emotion, and then color in the part of the body where they experience that feeling. For example, children might color fists red to represent anger...
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