Sorting what we can and can not control about Divorce, separation, and changing families. Perfect for small group counseling for School Counselors to teach students to focus on what they can control about their parents divorce.
A common problem kids face when going through a divorce is that they feel that the situation is completely out of their control, and this really bad thing is happening that they have no say in. This activity is meant to help them focus on what they can control in their life and help them feel like they are not totally powerless. This activity takes about 30 minutes to complete with a small or large group.
Activity description including instructions/walk through of activity, objectives, materials, and ASCA standards.
1 page: My Boat of Control (Blank for students to complete)
1 page: Leave it out to sea (Blank for students to complete)
2 pages: Common concerns students can/can not control about Divorce
1 page: My Boat of Control (Answers)
1 page: Leave it out to sea (Answers)
1 page: My Boat of Control/Leave it out to sea (write answers in, older student version)
1 page: My Boat of Control/Leave it out to sea (answers)
***This activity is also available as part of my Divorce Small Group Counseling Curriculum ***
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