Tracy Turner-Bumberry, LPC, shares the benefits of art-based therapy interventions for young clients and drawing interventions you can download for FREE to use in your next session.
Watch Laura Sibbald, MA, CCC-SLP, ASDCS, CYMHS, share how to support your autistic clients in their ability to make a decision about what to do or what to say in a given scenario and move them toward independence and self-determination.
To celebrate National Read Across America Day on March 2, we’ve selected six of our favorite children’s books that teach kids resilience-building skills and celebrate diverse experiences.
Watch child-family psychologist, Dr. Steve O’Brien, provide you with a practical treatment approach for children struggling with anxiety, depression, and oppositional behavior secondary to divorced and blended family stressors.
Anxiety expert Dr. Steve O’Brien shares the 3 R’s of Anxiety Management, including a handful of actionable skills and strategies to help students struggling with anxiety and help create a learning-conducive environment for all your students.
Anxiety especially is at an all-time high and appears to be affecting larger percentages of the population. Ashley Rose, LCSW, LSSW, shares classroom-based strategies to treat anxiety and help children heal in a post-pandemic world.
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.