Here are some great mindful games you can download to your phone.
SAM will help you to understand what causes your anxiety, monitor your anxious thoughts and behaviors over time, and manage your anxiety through self-help exercises and private reflection.
Smiling Minds app
Smiling Mind is a unique tool developed by psychologists and educators to help bring balance to your life. Activities for adults, kids & youth, families, classroom, work and more!
This app builds resilience-the ability to stay strong, motivated and optimistic even in the face of change and difficult challenges. Playing SuperBetter unlocks heroic potential to overcome tough situations and achieve goals that matter most.
Insight Timer app
Popular, free meditation app that can help with sleeping, anxiety and stress, assist with recovery from addictions and help achieve self-love and compassion. It also has worldwide community meditation.
Mindfulness Breathing Colors
Instructions: Sit or stand comfortably. Keep your body straight. Be still and silent. Soften your breath and shut your eyes. Think of a relaxing color. Now think of a color that represents stress, sadness, or anger. Imagine you are surrounded by a relaxing color. No longer is the air clear; it is the relaxing color.
Here is a cool website for teens with guided meditation. Everything from eating a raisin mindfully to sitting mindfully. http://mindfulnessforteens.com/guided-medi tations/
A Mindful Breath - Counting Practice for Teens: This website will help guide teens through a mindful meditation session. It has both a guided 8 minute audio or a follow along guide to read. https://www.mindful.org/a-mindful-breath-co unting-practice-for-teens-and-tweens/
“The wonderful thing about the path of mindful drawing is that... it's a dynamic process, which invites us to engage with awareness, not just with our minds, but with our bodies too, with our whole being. All we need to do is - do it. Just draw, and the rest follows." -Wendy Ann GreenhalghAuthor:Length:
Still Quiet Place
Mindfulness exercises can be engaging and fun for teens. These exercises are of tremendous value to decrease anxiety as well as increase energy, focus, and peace in one's life. If you’d like to use a video to help your students learn how to practice mindfulness, the “Mindfulness Exercises for Kids: Still Quiet Place Video” is a great resource.Author:Length: