Healing Tool Box

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How are you feeling today?

Checking in with ourselves is an important restorative practice. In our Healing Tool Box, you'll find methods to guide your healing process through grounding and self reflection.

Looking Inward

When we take a moment to reflect on our thoughts, feelings, and experiences, we are able to process and understand them. These resources can help identify the sources of trauma and create space to develop a method for healing.

Whether its a quick daily check-in, or a deeper exploration when you feel the need, these materials provide pathways to new perspectives and insights that can inform the healing process and cultivate self awareness and growth. 

Writing prompts for when you're feeling...

Self-Compassion/ Autocompasión
- What purpose is being hard on myself serving?
- What would it take for me to be kinder to myself in this moment?
- What would it sound like if I spoke to myself the way I would to a small child?

-¿Qué propósito es ser duro conmigo mismo sirviendo? -¿Qué me haría falta para ser más amable conmigo mismo en este momento?
-¿Cómo sonaría si me hablara a mí mismo como lo haría con un niño pequeño?
Sad / Triste
- Write a letter to your future self describing how you overcame this sadness and what you learned from the experience.
 Escríbele una carta a tu futuro yo describiendo cómo superaste esta tristeza y qué aprendiste de la experiencia

- What really makes me happy is... 
 Lo que realmente me hace feliz es...

- Create a fictional character who is going through a similar experience and write a short story about how they cope with their sadness.
Crea un personaje ficticio que esté pasando por una experiencia similar y escribe una historia corta sobre cómo afronta su tristeza.
Write a gratitude list, focusing on the things in your life that bring you joy and happiness.
Escriba una lista de gratitud, centrándose en las cosas de su vida que le traen alegría y felicidad.
Happy / Feliz 
-  What made you smile today?
¿Qué te hizo sonreír hoy?

- What’s your favourite day of the week and why?
¿Cuál es tu día favorito de la semana y por qué?
-What positive memory makes you happy?
¿Qué recuerdo positivo te hace feliz?

Art Corner

Print and color these pictures to relax and ease your mind!

a black and white drawing with the words'receive the cleansing and healing of our powers of the universe'.
a boy in the garden coloring pages.
healing is not linear coloring page.
a coloring page with the words be kind.
healing takes time coloring page.
a gingerbread house coloring page.

Partners in Healing

Peer Solutions is dedicated to fostering positive change in our community by partnering with other organizations that focus on youth and community development. These partnerships are built on a foundational shared vision of developing safe, equitable, respectful and healthy communities.Through collaboration, we are able to expand the resources we offer to our communities and provide holistic healing to our youth.

school of hip hop logo.

The School of Hip Hop is a Non Profit 501(c)(3) cultural and creative arts based movement, purposed to revitalize our community and build a brighter future. The School of Hip Hop offers Workshops & Camps (daily or weekly) using the 5 elements of HipHop and instrumentation.

the logo for the visioning bear arc circle intertribal coalition.

Visioning B.E.A.R. Circle Intertribal Coalition, or VBCIC for short, provides prevention education, training, and technical assistance to all indigenous and multicultural communities in the Northeast and nationally who wish to eliminate interpersonal violence in their tribal, intertribal, or other types of communities. The acronym B.E.A.R. in our name stands for “Balance, Equality, and Respect.” Walking in Balance with All Our Relations is a primary prevention curriculum based on indigenous values prior to colonization to promote the safety of Youth, Adults, and Elders in our communities from a Racial Justice and Gender Equity Lens.

doves network logo on a white background.

DOVES, which stands for daily overcoming violence and embracing safety, is a beacon of peace headquartered in Maricopa, Arizona. It provides teens with a healing space that isn't therapy but strengths and skilled based opportunities to heal in their way. 

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