Play therapy is a beneficial method for working with young clients in and out of the therapy office, and PESI has the books to get you started or inspire new ideas for play therapy sessions!
When Christine Mark-Griffin, LCSW, began working with young kids, she quickly realized that traditional therapy was often not enough to fully unravel the trauma and pain these little ones were carrying, so she set out to create EMDR resources to help.
When the unthinkable happens, it's tough to find the words to help teens understand they are not to blame. David Kessler offers up advice on what to say and how to help teens cope with the grief of death by suicide in the school setting.
A great activity to use with kids and adolescents to help them develop their ability to be resilient and overcome adverse experiences is this FREE Cognitive Behavioral Triangle exercise.
The tumultuous landscape of the current world is causing anxiety and confusion even in the minds of our tweens and teens, and child and adolescent psychotherapist Katie Hurley is here to present some much-needed relief.
The outdoors are a great place for mindfulness, action, and imagination. PESI’s list of nature-inspired titles will get your children up and moving!
Jackie Flynn, ED.S., MA, LMHC-S, RPT provides insight into proven body-based interventions that’ll help your young clients thrive.