Coping Skills Checklist

Help your child learn and understand the importance of coping skills, as well as identify the skills they already know how to use. Use this activity to make a coping skills checklist.

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Who It's For

Children ages 3 and older

Why It Empowers

The Coping Skills Checklist is a great way to ensure a child is equipped with several different coping skills and can demonstrate how to use them when they feel stressed. It can also be used as a reminder or prompt as the child can choose a skill from their list as needed.

What's Needed

  • Paper
  • Pencil or pen (or computer and printer)
  • 30 minutes of time
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    Meet The Expert

    Shenley Seabrook

    Shenley Seabrook is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who works primarily with children and adolescents in a private practice setting. She is also a foster parent and lives with her husband and daughter in Indiana. Shenley recently wrote her first children’s book, We Have the Same Heart, which celebrates diversity, inclusion, and community service.