My Worried Brain PRINTABLE
An anxiety resource pack to help tweens and teens develop self awareness and identify their needs during times of anxiety to help them cope.
Anxiety, Sensory Needs, Regulation
What is My Worried Brain?
This is a printable activity that provides resources and worksheet to help you have meaningful and supportive conversations with your child about their needs during times of worry and anxiety. It's designed to support older children and teens from approx 10 years of age.
How will this printable help my child?
This downloadable pack will nurture the connection between you and your child by providing tools that support compassion and understanding.
The sheets and resources have been designed to help your child reflect on their needs by looking at 5 core areas in relation to anxiety and their specific needs within those areas.
Self awareness is key in the development of emotional intelligence, and therefore this pack will empower your child to know themselves and encourages self kindness.
This pack focuses on the 𝒆𝒙𝒑𝒆𝒓𝒊𝒆𝒏𝒄𝒆 𝒐𝒇 𝒂𝒏𝒙𝒊𝒆𝒕𝒚 and worry rather than the worry itself. By looking closely at which core needs the worried brain has, you will be able to move your child onto discovering self soothing and coping strategies that help them feel calmer.
What's included in this printable?
This pack contains a 7 page PDF download of resources to support an anxious tween or tween.
The contents include:
- Parent Guide
- What My Worried Brain Needs Identification Sheet
- How Big is your Need Scaling Sheet (aids perspective and prioritising)
- My Worried Brain Needs Cards (for identifying coping strategies and communicating them)
- My Worried Brain Message Cards (promotes communication between parent and child)
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We suggest children use this resource with a supportive adult, particularly younger children.
This resource is a supportive resource only and does not replace the advice of a medical professional. If you have any specific questions or concerns about mental health you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider