Positive Thinking: Mental Health
This book on positive thinking is the second in a Mental Health & Well-Being Series providing practical activities to help practitioners when working with children and young people in schools. This book is about identifying when a positive thinking strategy is needed and using them effectively.
The activities include:
- Oxytocin – What is it?
- Mindful Meditation
- Positive Thinking Matrix
- Sometimes it’s the Little Things
- A Lock, A Key, a Combination
- A Question of Balance
- Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
- What Can You Hear?
- My First Care Kit
- Socratic Thinking
- Think, Feel, See
- Be Careful – I’m talking to myself
- Positive Thinking Affirmations
Photocopier content includes all activities and their accompanying worksheets as well as a Student Feedback and Tracking Workbook for recording progress.
Intended for use by professionals working in a variety of settings including schools, alternative education settings, Learning Support Units, Pupil/Student Referral Units, Isolation Units, Exclusion Rooms, youth clubs, community groups and similar settings, these activities are suitable for students aged 10 to 18. The activities can be led by teachers, learning mentors, behavior mentors, pastoral team leaders and assistants, exclusion room staff, HLTAs, special educational needs staff, family support workers and members of welfare teams.
Ages 10+ approximately 80 pages