Coping Skills
Group rules
Anger
SMART goals
Circle of control
100

What is a coping skill?

100

Identify one important rule of group

100

What is a trigger as it relates to anger?

100

What does the M stand for in SMART goals?

100

Can we control the weather? YES or NO

200

Name three coping skills that you use in your daily life.

200

True or false: it's OK to go to the bathroom any time during group. 

200

How do we know when people are angry?

200

What does the A stand for in SMART goals?

200

Can we control our health? YES or NO

300

True or false: all coping skills are positive. 

300

If you don't know the answer to a question posed in group, what should you say?

300

Identify three coping skills you use for anger.

300

What does the R stand for in SMART goals?

300

Can we control our reactions? YES or NO

400

Why is it important to have a variety of coping skills in your "toolbox"?

400

Identify three topics we've discussed so far in group. 

400

Explain the concept of the anger iceberg. 

400

What does the T stand for in SMART goals?

400

Can we control our emotions? YES or NO

500

Explain what mindfulness is and how it can be used as a coping mechanism.

500

Why is it important to maintain confidentiality in group?

500

Identify three emotions that might be underneath our anger.

500
Explain why creating SMART goals is important (as opposed to non-SMART goals)
500

Why is it important to understand the things we can and cannot control?

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