My Anxious Mind: A book for teens on anxiety management. Great tips and strategies.
Mindfulness for Teen Anxiety: These workbooks are AWESOME and have great little worksheets for kids to complete. I LOVE Christopher Willard. I have the Anxiety, PTSD, ADHD and Executive Functioning workbooks! They're awesome...
Mindshift: This app is one that our school psychologist actually introduced me to! I've had students use it and really enjoy it. They can set up their profile, answer questions about their specific symptoms of anxiety and the app will provide tips, guided imagery, and more.
BUG OUT BOB! Everyone that I work with has snagged my Bug Out Bob :) Kids love him and it's a great thing to squeeze. I let kids manipulate it while meeting with me. He gets dirty and needs a lysol bath from time to time but he's fun to fidget with. Many stress balls, zentangles, mandalas, coloring books, etc. are also utilized in anxiety management and available to students in the office. https://www.amazon.com/Toysmith-Bug-Out-Bob-Toy/dp/B000P51LDK
Heart stones. These take heart... When I have a student who is really upset but in the right space to take a little something in his/her pocket, I give them a heartstone to rub, tote with them and just KNOW it's on them. Some of them have words of encouragement, some have reminders (like: breathe) and others have strength-infused words (life: fearless). I have a few that are beautifully painted with Indian ink on actual river rocks and others are store bought. It can be a really beautiful thing for kids really struggling. It's kind of like putting their pep talk in his/her pocket for the day. Plus, I send them off with it and when they return it, it gives us something to talk about and we relate that to the power they have within.
Guided Imagery: Youtube has a lot of really nice, free segments. Kids can rest in bed with headphones and practice breathing techniques