Day 7: PDF Worksheet To Use or Share!
Today marks the end of Food Allergy Awareness Week 2019. I've covered a lot within the last seven days, including the following topics (in case you've missed any):
Day 7 leaves you with a hands-on PDF worksheet to help you explore your Food Allergy Mindset. Many don't typically even stop to consider their automatic beliefs or how their mindset impacts feelings and actions. This activity is useful for adults and teens, and can even be adapted to use with older elementary kids (with a parent's help). It can be downloaded, shared via social media, distributed at food allergy support group meetings, or even used during therapy sessions. (Please just be sure that the copyright information is visible at the bottom of each sheet).
So this officially means that it's the last daily food allergy mental health tip! But don't worry; there's always new posts/info popping up on the Food Allergy Counselor blog and frequent updates/additions made to the Food Allergy Mental Health Resource page.
Plus, there's NEW content coming....
stay tuned for more on that soon!
Thanks for reading these daily tips and for following the Food Allergy Counselor, Tamara Hubbard, MA, LCPC!
Day 1: Food Allergy Support Groups
Being a member of a health-focused support group is now about as common as stopping at Starbucks daily for a coffee. However, with so many groups to choose from, it can feel daunting figuring out which ones might be the best for you.
Below are six tips to help you assess which food allergy support groups, if any, you want to join.
Follow on Twitter or Instagram, or on Facebook at FABHA & the Food Allergy Counselor Directory to get updates on the FAC Directory, blog or resources.
Connect with Tamara
on Facebook via
Tamara Hubbard, LCPC counseling page
Don't miss a blog post! Subscribe below: