Welcome to Coping Skills for Kids!
About the Company
Coping Skills for Kids was founded in 2015 and provides products and resources to help kids learn healthy ways to cope with stress, anxiety, and anger.
Just as we care for our children's physical needs, the mental health of our children is essential and needs to be addressed. The products at Coping Skills for Kids are designed to nurture and support the mental health of children. They are kid-friendly, colorful and are made to be used by kids with the support of a family member or another trusted adult, like a school counselor or therapist.
The newest product from Coping Skills for Kids is the Coping Cue Cards Discovery Deck, a deck of cards designed to help kids learn healthy coping skills. It has 40 coping skills cards with simple strategies children can use to cope with stress, anxiety, and anger. The deck is sorted into 5 Coping Styles: Relaxation, Distraction, Movement, Processing, and Sensory. The deck brings order to the mountain of ideas for coping strategies that work for kids and is designed to work at both school and home.
There are so many ways to use the discovery deck: to help kids identify which coping skills work for them, as a visual reminder to use a coping skill, or as a way to find new coping skills to expand their toolbox.
Deep Breathing Posters from Coping Skills for Kids
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About the Founder
Janine Halloran is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a mom of 2. As a counselor working primarily with children and adolescents for the last 18 years, Janine has seen the value of learning healthy coping skills early in life. Children who can cope in healthy ways will be more resilient and manage stress better as adults.
As a parent of two elementary school age children, Janine has been teaching these coping skills at home to her children. She understands from first-hand experience that it’s not always perfect. She strives for making progress, however small a step it is. Janine created Coping Skills for Kids as a place where professionals and parents could get resources to teach children how to deal with their emotions in healthy ways.
MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS!
No one should feel ashamed or be embarrassed to seek help if their child is struggling. To support the mental health of children and families seeking support services, Coping Skills for Kids donates 5% of their profits to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.