Accepting our own vulnerability is made easier when give ourselves compassion. Use this self-compassion break with clients in session or encourage them to use it on their own when working with difficult or vulnerable emotions.
This is a guided walking meditation.
Help clients experience the steadiness and continuity of their mind that is underneath mental events like emotions.
In this video Dr. Russ Harris, a therapist who uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), explores three common myths related to happiness that frequently hold people back from feeling like they are living meaningful lives.
During the pandemic, a lot of us aren’t seeing as many people as we used to, and sometimes we can forget who we can reach out to. Take some time to make a list of people you can include in your social support network. Once you have your list of potential people, try to reach out to at least one person
This is a powerful story about a child feeling supported by the rabbit, who just listened to them. Use this tool to explore what children need when they are experiencing difficult emotions.
This book is a powerful way to help children visualize connections with their loved ones regardless of location or circumstances.
This is an intervention that can be used for children to find material around their homes that are helpful in soothing and calming during periods of distress.
This meditation is suitable for clients who may be carrying worries about the future or regrets from their past and want to experience a break from these burdens.
Imagine oneself as a mountain as a method of grounding in the face of mental events like emotions.