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Family Mindfulness Schedule

Family Mindfulness Schedule

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Mindfulness, simply put, means paying attention to the present moment. It means taking a step back and noticing the world around you, as well as noticing your inner experiences like thoughts and feelings. With practice, mindfulness can help adults and children cope with problems such as stress, anxiety, and ADHD...
How to Use Rewards / Consequences

How to Use Rewards / Consequences

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Using rewards and consequences effectively can be trickier than it seems. Sometimes, small adjustments can make a world of difference in how children respond to these parenting techniques. This tool is designed to help parents learn best practices for using rewards and consequences. The How to Use Rewards / Consequences worksheet is split into two printouts, covering rewards and consequences separately...
Creating a Token Economy

Creating a Token Economy

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A token economy is just a reward system that uses a form of fake currency, such as stickers or points. Teaching a parent to create an effective token economy for their child can result in a quick and significant improvement in their behavior. Even when children't aren't
What is ADD / ADHD?

What is ADD / ADHD?

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It's not uncommon that the symptoms of ADD / ADHD are misunderstood. Parents often fear that their children with ADHD are trying to be difficult, not truly understanding the challenges they face. Similarly, in adult relationships, symptoms of inattention are easily mistaken for aloofness, apathy, or uncaring...
ABC Model for REBT

ABC Model for REBT

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Rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT)—a form of CBT—uses the ABC model to explain the interaction between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Because teaching the model is a key component of REBT, having an easy-to-understand diagram is an invaluable tool. If you regularly practice REBT, we suggest printing a copy of this worksheet for your wall...
Thought Log (blank)

Thought Log (blank)

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There's probably no tool more central to CBT than the Thought Log. CBT therapists posit that you can reduce unwanted feelings and behaviors by challenging irrational thoughts, and the thought log is often the first step in this process. Thought logs are used by psychotherapy clients to become more aware of their irrational thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and the relationships between all three...
ADHD Interventions for Parents

ADHD Interventions for Parents

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Parents who care for children with ADHD know the meaning of stress. These parents often feel hopeless, like nothing they do will make a difference. They've often tried it all: discipline, rewards, being lax, being strict... everything! Thankfully, research supports a number of interventions that parents can use to control the symptoms of ADHD...
Behavior Chart

Behavior Chart

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Encourage your clients to achieve their goals using the Behavior Chart printout. This worksheet can help improve compliance with a number of goals by tracking of when they are or are not completed. Your clients can help to hold themselves responsible for personal goals such as exercising, eating healthy, or completing homework by tracking their consistency...
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