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Self-esteem can be influenced by many things, including the quality of a person's environment, how secure they feel, and the way they think about themselves. As a parent, teacher, social worker, or mental health professional, you can help a kid or teen grow their self-esteem by making them aware of the good things that have transpired on a given day.
This worksheet is a therapeutic tool that slowly builds their self-esteem by asking relevant questions each day. For instance, it asks them to identify a positive thing they saw or a simple accomplishment.
If you want to write your own questions for kids and teens to answer, we have also provided a second version of this worksheet with a blank template.
Used this worksheet for therapy homework for my clients and they loved it!
Thank you, Sarah! Please don't forget to check our other worksheets and handouts.