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Stranger Thinks

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Stranger Thinks

Counseling Activity For Teens - Guide Them To Tend to Negative Thinking

Ages 14 and up 

Complete challenges to learn and practice 5 strategies for neutralizing negative thinking and escape the Upside Down in this Stranger Things themed activity. 

What's Included: 
  • 14 page Stranger Thinks PDF Activity (formatted as a slideshow so it's easy to screen share)
  • 11 page Therapist Guide, a written walk-through so you have what you need to lead the activity

Plus, 2 Post-Session Resources so your teen clients can continue to practice the tools at home. 
  • Printable 80's Neon Themed Tool List
  • Printable Waffle Themed Tool Cards 

Also for Teens: 
Unboxing Emotions

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These resources have been created and curated by Kim Lange, LCMHC & Emotionanigans, LLC as a supplement to therapy with a qualified counseling professional with appropriate training and experience. Nothing in the resources constitutes medical advice. You understand and agree that these resources are not a replacement for professional therapy and that purchasing or otherwise obtaining them does not establish a therapist-client relationship. You further acknowledge and agree that these resources are not a replacement for appropriate training and clinical supervision, and purchasing them does not establish a therapist-supervisor relationship. You agree not to practice outside your scope of competency and to defer to your professional judgment in utilizing these resources.