More ideas from Joseph
Rainbow glitter bottle calm down sensory bottle for kids. Easy and inexpensive glitter bottles kids can make. Great for time out alternatives, stress and anxiety relief, and sensory processing disorders in kids and adults.

Rainbow glitter bottle calm down sensory bottle for kids. Easy and inexpensive glitter bottles kids can make. Great for time out alternatives, stress and anxiety relief, and sensory processing disorde(Sensory Bottle)

My "Distress Tolerance" box...lots of things to distract. From a journal to pics to momentos to tea to markers and doodle pages. Even a kaleidoscope and a flashy pink light for the nights I can't sleep. What will yours hold??

A "Distress Tolerance" box.lots of things to distract. From a journal to pics to momentos to tea to markers and doodle pages. Even a kaleidoscope and a flashy pink light for the nights I can't sleep.

A Child's Prayer #LDS

A Child's Prayer - This is one of my favorite primary songs and it is correct. Pray and God will hear. Speak and He will listen. You are His child, and don't ever forget it!

so happy to finally be done with my self-care box!!!got a lot of my ideas from tumblr so i’ll write what i have in there thus far̷...

so happy to finally be done with my self-care box!got a lot of my ideas from…

Let's make a Coping Skills Toolbox. Love this explanation.

Coping Skills Toolbox: Helpful idea for child therapists and school counsellors. Different aspects and options to consider when helping children have ownership and control over their own coping.

Coping Toolbox- modify for Brandon, but love this idea!

Recovery Kit/Grounding Box/Self-Help Box Thingy! So, there are several different names we could call this, like grounding box, comfort box or coping skills toolbox. I’m going to go with recovery kit.

I'm Mandy, and this is my personal anxiety & depression recovery blog, as well as a collection of...

"Coping Skills Toolbox" - This is a great idea for anyone. I could make a sunshine-y box full of all yellow stuff or just things in general to cheer someone up when they're feeling down.