As a school psychologist serving children as young as pre-school on up through high school, you probably have many occasions to turn to your bookshelf for wisdom. To help update your library and hopefully reinforce some of what you’re already doing, we’ve assembled a list of great books for the school psychologist written with your… Read More »
Children of all ages and abilities – not just those in the care of a speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, school psychologist, or other type of school-based therapist – can benefit from sensory experiences. For those in your therapy classroom or sessions who may be struggling to make sense of the world around them, chances to… Read More »
Check out these tips to help your students who are dealing with emotions, specifically anxiety, in support of National Mental Illness Awareness Week. Take a glance at this enlightening article, and learn how to effectively support children who are dealing with emotions like anxiety. Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly: https://txsource.com/newsletter… Read More »
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Explore this list of songs, crafts, and activities for anxious kids. How can you incorporate them into your therapy sessions? Find out here.