Strengths
Your Progress
True or False
Counselling
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100

Name 3 Positive Things about yourself

Free Response

100

How have you grown the most since our first session together? 

Tell me about it! Be specific

100

There are good feelings and bad feelings.

False. Feelings are not good or bad, right or wrong, they are just feelings. You have a choice in how you express them, which can result in positive or negative consequences

100

What is one thing you learned in counselling?

Free Response

100

What month was it when we first met? 

May!

200

What is something you are looking forward to?

Free Response

200

What is 1 tool you have learned to calm yourself down?

Name it!

200

You can have more than one feeling at a time

True

200

How can you remember to use the coping skills you learned in counselling?

Free Response. Helpfuls: practice them, write them down, ask someone for help 

200

How many steps are in the CN tower? 

1776
300

What is a happy memory of our time together?

Free Response 

300

What do you wish we worked more on in your time in counselling?

Let's talk about it

300

Other people can make me feel a certain way

False. Our feelings come from our thoughts, so others do not have the power to make us feel bad unless we allow them to. 

300

Name one thing you liked about counselling?

Free Response

300

How many seconds are there in a year?

Over 31.5 MILLION seconds in a year

400

What are strengths about your family?

Free Response

400

What was your favourite activity or game you played in therapy? 

Explain
400

Crying is a normal reaction to strong feelings

True. Crying releases tension. Some scientists believe it releases stress hormones too, which is why we feel better after a good cry. 

400

Was there anything you didn't like about counselling? If so, what was it?

Free Response

400

What is the world's oldest animal?

A giant tortoise named Jonathan. He is 187 years old!

500

What are you most proud of? 

Free Response

500

If you were to give advice to someone going to counselling for the first time - what advice would you give?

Free response

500

Ignoring your feelings makes them go away

False. Ignoring feelings only makes them grow more intense. Like a pressure valve, they will slowly seep out or explode in unintended and potentially harmful ways. 

500

Who can you talk to when you are going through something difficult after counselling ends?

Free Response

500

How many Earths would fit inside the sun?

About 1 million!

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