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Erikson's Psychosocial Development Stages. .Great chart! So helpful seeing it layed out like this in a timeline!

Natural learning stages children go through. Erik Erikson designed a model of development that has 5 stages of psychosocial development that extend through childhood.

Interactive and hands-on coping strategies for kids and young adults

This fortune teller craft contains a list of 100 unique coping strategies for kids and young adults. Blanks and samples are also included. Can be amended for all school age and adolescent patients.

30 Must-Read Books for 2017 - Check out this HUGE list of amazing books to read this year!

40 Books For Women To Read in 2017 30 Must-Read Books for 2017 - Check out this HUGE list of amazing books to read this year!

A Creative Way to Assess Trauma History – The Playful Counselor

A Creative Way to Assess Trauma History – The Playful Counselor

Some incredible books worth reading this year. Great ideas for books to read next!

Some incredible books worth reading this year. Great ideas for books to read next! [ is already shaping up to be a great year for reading.

The Brain That Heals Itself: Neuroplasticity and Promise for Addiction Treatment - Alta Mira

This is a great infographic about how to break bad habits, create good habits, and even control our emotions -- Rewiring The Brain

brain development in children. Understand how they learn, what they learn when, and how to help them learn! #homeschool

Great for the transcript, useful health credit. Here's and excerpt: brain development in children

Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child's Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn | ilslearningcorner.com

Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child's Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn - Integrated Learning Strategies

@ Lindsey Evans Skweezrs sheets are great for kids who need to calm down at night. Works especially well for children with Autism, PDD, Aspergers, ADD/ADHD and other neurological dissorders

Skweezrs sheets are great for those children who need to relax and calm down at bed time. They work especially well for kids with Autism, PDD, Aspergers, ADD/ADHD, and other sensory disorders.