I love finding on-going projects that I discover right when they start—to see the progression and look forward to each day's post. This happened with the Tooling Around project by Joseph Alessio, who created this awesome A to Z experimental project with tools. Check out the entire alphabet below—cool, right?

I love finding on-going projects that I discover right when they start—to see the progression and look forward to each day& post. This happened with the Tooling Around project by Joseph Alessio, who created this awesome A to Z experimental…

(Tools are shown for display only, this listing is for the rotating tool shelf…

Rotating Tool Stand Organizer Lazy Susan

(Tools are shown for display only, this listing is for the rotating tool shelf…, FREE Heart Wall Check!

Genograms: How to Use them With Your Therapy Clients

Genograms: How to Use them With Your Therapy Clients and for self of the therapist development to explore family of origin

Toolbox made with free cardboard wine boxes from grocery stores www.twitter.com/wholechilded & www.facebook.com/wholechilded

Who would have thought wine carriers could be transformed into "Bob the Builder" toolkits? Also use them to store sandles/shoes in wardrobe

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Calming Techiniques for Children

Characters express their emotions in different ways and with varying intensity. |  #amwriting

Expressing Emotions (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

A coping toolbox can help a child regulate themselves and their emotions by giving coping mechanisms for which they can rely on themselves.

Think of what a CLS could carry in their "coping toolbox." And what a parent could carry in a coping toolbox for their child and themselves

The Tool Bench Card featuring Nailed It & Perfect Mix by Amanda Bates at The Craft Spa. Independent Stampin' Up! UK Demonstrator, Blogger & Online Shop

The Tool Bench card. Part 3 with Nailed It & Perfect Mix.

My Coping Toolbox! Filled with coping objects, items, photos, etc. for self care when ED behaviors strike.

A Coping Toolbox filled with coping objects, items, photos, etc. for self care. This is a great idea for patients who need some coping skills. You can have them participate and make the toolbox together.

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