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This Feeling

As its name suggests, This Feeling focuses on exploring feelings and sensations

As its name suggests, This Feeling focuses on exploring feelings and sensations

This Feeling

by Child & Family Training
This Feeling
This Feeling
This Feeling

What is it about?

As its name suggests, This Feeling focuses on exploring feelings and sensations.  These are often difficult for children to identify, attribute, understand or describe - either with respect to themselves or other people. Using traditional communication approaches it is difficult for professionals to be confident the child they are working with has the capacity to discriminate and use language relating to feelings.

This Feeling

App Details

Version
1.5.0
Rating
NA
Size
31Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
November 29, 2016
Release date
September 25, 2015
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App Store Description

As its name suggests, This Feeling focuses on exploring feelings and sensations.  These are often difficult for children to identify, attribute, understand or describe - either with respect to themselves or other people. Using traditional communication approaches it is difficult for professionals to be confident the child they are working with has the capacity to discriminate and use language relating to feelings.

The term "feeling" can also confuse children, because it can sometimes be used to refer to affect (happy, sad, worried, etc.) and sometimes to sensations (burning, stabbing, pain etc.). This Feeling enables children to optimally discriminate between all these by offering specific and very distinct tools for each. One screen of This Feeling is dedicated to attributing, labelling, describing emotions, and the other focuses on body maps, on which physical sensations and pain can be located and described. 

All interactions are touch based, and the child can either use well-standardised pain icons or annotate and draw on the body maps freehand. As with all the C&FT apps, errors can be corrected, or adjustments easily made. Unlike paper and pencil techniques, a child is not constrained by the first marks he or she makes, and can adjust the visual representation until completely satisfied that it represents exactly what is intended.

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