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Emotional Regulation Coping Skills Activity


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This no-cut flipbook is a concrete way to help students make a plan for emotional regulation! It can be used as an individual counseling activity or group counseling tool over the course of two to three sessions. This flipbook builds a student’s capacity for using coping skills when they’re angry, worried, or sad.
It covers:
  • Comfortable vs. uncomfortable feelings and feelings validation
  • Emotional triggers
  • Physical sensations of emotions
  • Breathing and relaxation exercises
  • Negative vs. positive self-talk
  • Reasons for making the feelings plan (gaining student investment to apply the plan!)
This is a ready-to-print PDF with printing and folding directions. Print, fold, staple, and you’re done!
This resource now includes an interactive Google Slides (TM) version. The content is the same, but has students using drag and drop and text boxes for their responses.
Resource Rationale:
Emotional regulation can be a challenging skill for many students. Creating a plan empowers students to take control of their feelings through their own identified strategies.
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What others are saying...

“This is such a useful resource to help make a concrete thinker tap into how they are feeling in a more in-depth way. The flip book was great to send home with my student so their parent could assist them in moments of need during virtual learning.”

“Students enjoy being able to chart out a plan, and parents like having a tangible product so they can reinforce these concepts at home.”

“This resource is yet another great addition to my office and supports for students! Both the printable version and digital version provide a concrete way to help students make a plan for emotional regulation. I will be using it regularly on an individual basis as well as with groups of students. Two big thumbs up! Thank you!”