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Therapy worksheets related to Self-Esteem for Children

About Me: Self-Esteem Sentence Completion

About Me: Self-Esteem Sentence Completion

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Poor self-esteem can manifest itself as a number of problems in children. It can contribute to anxiety, academic problems, depression, behavioral issues, and more. Building a foundation of self-esteem can help children gain the confidence to face their problems, and begin implementing skills. Like many adults, children often discount their strengths, while focusing on negative experiences and weaknesses...
Self-Esteem Journal

Self-Esteem Journal

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Positive journaling has been found to help improve feelings of well-being and self-esteem. With this self-esteem worksheet, your clients will be asked to record three daily statements related to their successes, good qualities, and positive experiences. This worksheet is great for clients who have difficulty generating ideas for positive experiences to journal about...
Coat of Arms / Family Crest

Coat of Arms / Family Crest

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Use the Coat of Arms / Family Crest printout as an artistic prompt. Ask your client to draw, paint, or use any other medium to represent something about themselves in each of the shield's quadrants. The banner beneath the shield can be filled with a name that summarizes their personal coat of arms. We suggest creating a prompt for each quadrant that's tailored to the individual or group...
Sentence Completion for Children

Sentence Completion for Children

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Many children have a tough time opening up in therapy, especially during the first few sessions. They might feel shy, or they genuinely don't know what to talk about. The Sentence Completion for Children worksheet lists several prompts to help get children engaged in session a few silly questions ("My favorite color is...
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