Mindfulness
Emotional Regulation
Distress Tolerance
Interpersonal Effectiveness

100

Name the three states of mind

What are emotional, logical and wise mind

100

What is "wise mind" made up of?

Rational and Emotional Mind

100

Accepting things for what they are.

What is radical acceptance

100

This module is to help improve what type of skills

What is communication skills

200

Naming just the facts

What is describe

200

Prolonging pain, distress or hardship

What is suffering

200

Holding a frozen orange or ice cube to calm down are examples of this

What is coping strategies

200

To stand up for your own needs and wants. 

What is being assertive

300

Being aware in the moment of what your thoughts, emotions, body sensations and actions are without judgement

What is mindfulness

300

An unpleasant feeling occurring as a result of mental or emotional distress

What is pain

300

Activities, contributing, comparisons, emotions, pushing away, thoughts, and sensations

What is ACCEPTS

300

This does not mean you agree

What is validation

400

fives things that you see, hear and touch

How do you practice 5,4,3,2,1

400

A state of mind that allows you to be "cool" in the approach to problems. You are able to focus your attention on the tasks at hand and able to think clearly.

What is reasonable mind

400

Using things to engage your senses.

What is self soothe?

400

Thinking in terms of good/bad or right/wrong

What is dialectics

500

Focusing on thoughts from the past or future that interferes with the present moments

What is Rumination

500

A blended balance of your Emotional mind and your reasonable mind

What is wisemind

500

Accepting daily inconveniences and situations of good and bad for what they are

What is radical acceptance

500

A defense mechanism that allows people who are not comfortable being openly aggressive to get what they want under a pretense of still trying to please others. 

What is passive aggressive