Bio,Psycho,social
PAWS
DBT SKILLS AKA Accronyms
Emotions
Random
Drama and Boundaries
100

Name two things that are biological factors of addiction

Biological predisposition, physiological factors, disease model of addiction, brain science, genetics. 

100

What does PAWS stand for?

Post Accute Withdrawal symptoms

100

What does DEAR MAN stand for?

Describe, Express, Assert, Reinforce

Mindful, Appear, Negotiate


100

Where do emotions start?

In the body.

100

Three presidents, all Founding Fathers—John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe—died on what day

July 4th

100

What are the three roles people play in Karpman's Drama triangle?

Persecutor, rescuer, and victim.

200

Name three psychological factors of addictiion

Mental health struggles, mental states (grief, loss, fear...), trauma, substance as a self form of medication, addictive personality. 

200

Provide two physical symptoms of PAWS

aches and pains, low appetite, coordination problems, sleep problems, weakness in limbs, dizziness, slow reflexes, clumsy, accident prone

200

what skill uses the following: Don’t attack, threaten or express judgment during your interactions. Show interest by listening to the other person without interrupting. Be outwardly validating to the other person’s thoughts and feelings. Acknowledge their feelings, recognize when your requests are demanding, and respect their opinion. Have an easy attitude. Try to smile and act lighthearted.

GIVE

200

What emotions can play an underlying role in anger?

Sadness, disappointment, loneliness, hurt, overwhelmed, frustrated, insecure, shame, guilt, anxiety, stress...

200

The Four Corners is the only spot in the US where you can stand in four states at once what are the four states?

Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico.

200

In the drama triangle what isn't being met for any of the roles?

people's need for love and security

300

Name three psychological effects of PAWS

Stress sensitivity, memory issues, brain fog, anxiety, depression. 

300

How long can PAWS last

Up to 2 years

300

What does the accronym FAST stand for?

**Fair Be fair. Not only to others, but also to yourself. **Apologies Don’t apologize for making a request, having an opinion, or disagreeing. **Stick to Values Don’t compromise your values just to be liked or to get what you want. **Stand up for what you believe in.

**Truthful Avoid dishonesty such as exaggeration, acting helpless as a form of manipulation, or outright lying.

300

What does the acronym HALT stand for and how can it play a role in increased emotional response? 

hungry, angry, lonely, tired

300

What is the only mammal that can actually fly?

Bats

300

What are two common traits of healthy boundaries?

-person values their own opinion

-person does not compromise their personal values

-shares personal information in an appropriate way

-knows own wants and needs and can communicate them

-accepts when others say "no" to them

400

What three aspects of life often need to change in order to maintain recovery?

people, places, things

400

Describe how exercise can support recovery?

tbd by facilitator

400

Name three things you will use from ACCEPTS

Activities, contributing, comparison, emotions, thoughts, push away, sensations can be named

400

Name two things you can do to stay in the moment and regulate your emotions?

answer accepted by facilitator

400

Which letter of the alphabet is not represented in any US state name?

Letter "Q"

400

Name all six types of boundaries.

Physical, intellectual, emotional, sexual, material, time

500

What are spiritual aspects of the bio, psycho, social, spiritual model of addiction and recovery?

an internal sense of who you are, conception of a higher power, morality of behavior and choices.

500

What can exacerbate PAWS Symptoms?

Stress can increase symptoms of PAWS

500

Name two things out of PLEASE that you may need to focus on?

  • PL. Physical Illness. Treating physical illness. ...
  • E. Eating. Balanced eating. ...
  • A. Avoiding mood-altering drugs. 
  • S. Sleep. Balanced sleep. ...
  • E. Exercise. Exercise.
500

When reacting emotionally what do you have to bring in to create a WISE MIND reaction?

Logical mind and facts of the situation

500

What is the only animal born with horns?

Giraffe

500

Name two cognitive distortions you learned about

1. All-or-nothing thinking 2. Overgeneralization 3. Mental filter 4. Discounting the positives 5. Jumping to conclusions 6. Magnification or minimization
7. Emotional reasoning 8. “Should” statements          9. Labeling 10. Blame
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