As the school closure continues we continue to search for resources that we hope you will find helpful. Please reach out to your teachers, counselors and the principals if you are in need of support or supplies. We miss you all.
The Einstein Counseling Team
Coping and Taking Care of Your Emotional Health (adults and kids)
Ten Tools: tools to help feel better and stay positive. Each link on the left side of the page has more details and suggestions about how to manage and process feelings of sadness, stress and worry.
Common Sense organization provides resources/information about:
home learning and homework help
how to stay calm
understanding COVID 19 news coverage
Be Calm Resource List for Adults and Kids includes websites, videos and a list of calming apps
FREE webinars teaching DBT skills (dialectical behavior therapy) to help manage difficult emotional situations, cope with stress and make better decisions.
Parenting through COVID 19: http://www.dbtinschools.com/parenting-through-covid19
Student Life Skills to Survive and Thrive during COVID 19: http://www.dbtinschools.com/covid-19-student-life-skills-class
Remote Learning Survival Kit (low cost webinar provided by Hallowell Todoro center, experts in ADHD).
FREE online ADHD Parent Support Group:
Behavior Support Webinar for Families: OSPI’s Special Education Division presents a three-part webinar designed for families to support learning through positive behavior in continuous learning environments. The webinar has been recorded and uploaded to YouTube in three 20-25-minute pieces.
- Supporting Positive Behavior in Continuous Learning Environments – Part One
- Supporting Positive Behavior in Continuous Learning Environments – Part Two
- Supporting Positive Behavior in Continuous Learning Environments – Part Three
Shifting Negative Self-Talk: S.O.S
Preventing a Panic Attack: PPA
Calm Down Tools for Older Kids
Support for Families during COVID 19: Family Support
Healthy Coping Strategies List
3 Ways to Help Kids Navigate Big Emotions
by Cher Anderton
Strategies for Self Care
from Utah Schools
Ideas for Calm Down Kits