Sleep Tracking

Whether your issues are with falling asleep, staying asleep or quality of sleep, you could look into some ways to keep track of it. Tracking sleep is similar to keeping a journal, it will aid with problem solving and identifying patterns around bedtime or daily routine. When considering your daytime routine and activities, examine aspects … Continue reading Sleep Tracking

Uniquely Me, Body Image, Body Positivity

This worksheet helps with recognizing what our bodies do for us and what is unique about us. Think about the abilities and all that our bodies achieve every day, there are several! Walking, speaking, reading, thinking, feeling, eating, and reproducing, just to mention a few. Our bodies are elaborate and designed to do absolutely astonishing … Continue reading Uniquely Me, Body Image, Body Positivity

Common Abbreviations, Definitions, Slang and Idioms Used in Autism

There is an overwhelming number of abbreviations, definitions, slang and idioms used in Autism, that it can be hard to keep up with. Use this list as a quick reference, it is in alphabetical order and has plenty of space to add information. This list originated from The Autism Community in Action website, I tweaked … Continue reading Common Abbreviations, Definitions, Slang and Idioms Used in Autism

Patterns, Patterns, Patterns

Patterns and Mindfulness Strategy Pay attention to your patterns, they can be physical, mental and or emotional. Patterns will reveal your reactions to situations, giving you feedback on what works, versus what doesn't work. When you are doing something that works, do a little more of it.This is a mindfulness strategy that helps anyone suffering … Continue reading Patterns, Patterns, Patterns

Safety Plan on an Index Card

Materials and instructions Materials: an index card; colored pencils; markers; crayons; stickers. Instructions: this crafty project is for children and adolescents who need a little reminder of their most effective coping skills or ways to help them to stay safe when they are feeling overwhelmed or escalated. Having a safety plan written on an index … Continue reading Safety Plan on an Index Card

Valuing Your Time

Have you ever wished that you had more time for something or someone? There isn't time for everything and we don't know how much time we have, so we must respect time and prioritize the things that matter most. Increase your happiness and gratitude by using your time wisely.Work is a huge priority for most … Continue reading Valuing Your Time

My Positive Attributes

A positive attributes worksheet to help identify, give thought to and celebrate your positive qualities. Download, save and print. Print more than one worksheet, you have more than four positive attributes. my-positive-attributesDownload follow my blog to receive mental health tips

Journaling Prompt: Setting a Future Goal, Adventure is Out There

Instructions & Materials Material ideas: Large paper or poster board; pens; pencils; crayons; markers; glue; glitter; stickers; magazine clippings; photos. Journaling prompt: What adventure do you wish you could go on? Make sure that the adventure is realistic, like planning a vacation. Where would you go, how would you get there, and what would you … Continue reading Journaling Prompt: Setting a Future Goal, Adventure is Out There

When Hard Becomes Easy

One day, your "hard" will become your "easy." Whatever mountain you're climbing, whether it is the loss of a loved one, difficulty at work, anxiety blanketing everything, a conflict, etc, don't give up. Don't lose hope and faith.Keep moving forward, though a short rest is okay, you should take action in the valley and continue … Continue reading When Hard Becomes Easy