Worry and Anxiety Kit PRINTABLE
A Printable Worry Kit for Children and Teens.
Worrying is a normal human response that can impact the lives of children to varying degrees, sometimes impacting every day life. We want your children to know that worrying is natural but that there are things they can do to make sure a worry is useful and not overwhelming!
What is My Worry Kit?
My Worry Kit is a printable resource that helps you empower your child with knowledge and awareness, encouraging them to explore their anxieties, knowing you are there to support them.
How will this printable help my child?
Our Printable Worry Kit for children contains worksheets to help you teach your child strategies to deal with worries, including visualisation, positive thinking, reframing, analysing the cause of a worry, appropriate responses and asking for help.
What's included in this printable?
- Intro pages for children and a parent guide containing some support suggestions
- CBT based worksheets to teach self awareness and use of thought to manage worries
- A visualisation technique for protecting themselves from worries
- A chart for controlling worries through key questions and positive thinking
- Pages for exploring how big worries really are and appropriate responses.
- A set of cut out 'reach out' cards, to let someone know a worry is a problem
- 'Calming cards' to remind your child how they can stay in control of their response to their feelings.
- A Worry Action Planning sheet
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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.
- intro page containing some parent suggestions
- a visualisation technique for protecting themselves from worries
- a chart for controlling worries through key questions and positive thinking
- pages for exploring how big worries really are and appropriate responses.
- a set of cut out 'reach out' cards, to let someone know a worry is a problem
- cut out 'calming cards' to remind your child how they can stay in control of their response to their feelings.
Please note that screen and print colours may vary. Each PDF has been formatted to A4 but you can easily print in US Letter Size through your printer settings. A print guide is included.