Telehealth Activity: Flip Bottle

Remember a few years ago when the Big Thing was to throw a water bottle into the air and make it land standing up? The videos made it look so easy, and when a client brought a water bottle to session to teach me how to do it, I was terrible at it. I thinkContinue reading “Telehealth Activity: Flip Bottle”

PCIO Files Walkthrough

I regularly get questions about how to use the PCIO files on my Teachers Pay Teachers store, and although I had previously shared a walkthrough, the PlayingCards.IO people have added more awesome things to their platform! This means the website looks different than it did when I recorded the initial walkthrough. So I have madeContinue reading “PCIO Files Walkthrough”

Jigsaw Puzzles for Telehealth

Many of my clients like doing puzzles, which is why I keep a few to choose from in my office, but pieces can get lost, and doing the same puzzles over and over gets boring. Enter telehealth. This website and lets you put together a jigsaw puzzle on your computer screen. Pieces never get lost,Continue reading “Jigsaw Puzzles for Telehealth”

Tumbling Tower

A great thing about being in Facebook groups for therapists is I am constantly being alerted to new telehealth resources. Earlier this week, someone shared a version of online Jenga (called “Tumbling Tower” for copyright reasons, but we know what we’re here for). Tumbling Tower is a great therapy game for concentration and self-regulation, andContinue reading “Tumbling Tower”

Would You Rather?

Like a lot of games that get used for therapy, Would You Rather is probably familiar to most people. We might have tried to think of the grossest or scariest options to give our friends. Whether with an individual or a group, Would You Rather can get clients talking and delve into important topics. ItContinue reading “Would You Rather?”

Google Earth

I remember discovering Google Earth in high school (I just dated myself, oops!). The first place I went was my home address because I am not as creative as I’d like to believe. Since the seemingly endless pandemic began, one common theme in a lot of my sessions is grief about canceled trips. At first,Continue reading “Google Earth”