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100

When practicing RC, what is the proper way to breathe?

Diaphragmatic or belly breaths

100

What is something that has helped you that you think might help others? (each team member has to answer)

skills, advice, ect

100

What is a benefit of using healthy coping skills?

Reduce stress, create better relationships, have a healthy body and mind, ect

100

Every coping skill is a healthy coping skill

FALSE

100

Why is it important to put coping skills that we are willing to use on our safety plan?

We will be more likely to use the skill.

200

What does DMR stand for and how do you practice it?

Deep muscle relaxation; focus on the feelings of tensing and relaxing different muscle groups

200

How can sharing and participated in group help you and your peers?

Peers might pick up a new skill from you, you might learn something you didn't know by asking a question, ect

200
All of TIPP can be used all the time.

False: Temperature should not be used if you are experiencing a panic or anxiety attack

200

Using a coping skill for too long could be considered an avoidance.

True

200

When can anxiety be helpful?

Studying for a test, playing a sport, ect

300

Where should you be at on the distress scale before using a coping skill?

4 or higher/medium distress

300

What is a distraction that you can do with a friend?

Play a game, go for a walk, ect

300

What does using coping skills do?

It gives us a break from a strong, painful emotion so we can come back and deal with the stressor more effectively.

300

All stress is bad stress.

False

300

What does the preparation stage look like for eating more whole foods rather than processed foods?

Making a plan as to how to eat more whole foods, looking at what processed foods can be replaced by whole foods, ect

400

Explain one part of the TIPP skills

Temperature, Intense exercise, Paced breathing, Paired muscle relaxation

400

Why is it important to be aware of your own mental health before helping others that are struggling with depression or anxiety?

It could cause you to struggle more and end up in a bad situation.

400

If a coping skill did not work in the past for you, it will never work.

False: a lot of time it takes practice for a coping skill to work.  If it didn't work the first few times, keep practicing!

400

You have to be honest with your doctor in order to get the correct diagnosis, correct medications, and a better treatment plan.

True.  Doctors can't read your mind and can only help with what they know is going on.

400

What is one of the most important parts of the work book to have completed before leaving Rogers?

The safety plan.

500

What are all of the skills that are taught in groups?

DMR, TIPP, RC, Mindfulness, Distraction, and 5-4-3-2-1

500

Helping others or being nice can help make who feel better?

Everyone involved including yourself

500

Why is it important to be aware of our avoidance patterns?

If we cannot recognize them, we cannot work on changing the behaviors.

500

Coping skills can help you focus on the important things in life.

True: When we can cope with problems in our lives, it's easier to focus on everything else that's important to us.

500

Explain what each part of the SMART acronym means.

Specific, Measurable, Appealing, Realistic, Time-bound

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