Coping With Trauma
Certain trauma triggers, which may include places, sounds, smells, and tones of voice can remind kids of traumatic events. Experiencing a trigger causes them to behave in an irrational way or throw a tantrum.
It's important for parents, teachers, social workers, and other mental health professionals to encourage children to develop coping skills.
Use this worksheet as a therapeutic tool that lets them identify things that trigger negative emotions and describe their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It also includes a section where they get to choose from a list of coping skills which include relaxation, mindful distraction, and more.
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- File: Fillable PDF
- Size: 8.5" x 11"