Individual Coping Skills
Triggers
Feelings True or False
Therapy True or False
Riddles
100

When you are angry what coping skill helps you the most?

100

What most easily triggers you?

100

The best way to deal with anger is to find a healthy way to express it.

True

100

People who go to therapy are weak.

False

100

What can you catch but not throw?

A cold

200

When you are sad or depressed what coping skill helps you the most?

200

Something you do that triggers peers.

200

A little anxiety makes a person alert, focused, and ready to head off potential problems, which can help us do our best.

True

200

Talking with a friend is just as effective as talking with a therapist.

False

200

Who can shave 10 times a day and still have a beard?

A barber

300

When you want to give up, what coping skill helps you the most?

300

When a peer is angry, what can you do to calm them down?

300

Some people are just worriers and will never get better.

False

300

Different types of therapy may work better for different people.

True

300

What disappears the moment you say its name?

Silence

400

When you feel out of control, what coping skill do you use?

400

When a peer is sad, what can you do to lift up their mood?

400

Boys are naturally angrier than girls.

False

400

Anxiety is the most commonly diagnosed mental health problem for children and teens.

True

400

What stays in the corner and travels all over the world?

A stamp

500

Name 5 coping skills.

Listening to music

Journaling

Walking away

Drawing

Playing a game

Taking a walk

Going outside to breathe fresh air 

500

After you have triggered a peer, what can you do to make the situation better?

500

Some people can seem upbeat and cheerful, while inside they are struggling with depression.

True

500

Anger management is about learning to suppress your anger.

False

500

The more you take, the more you leave behind. What am I?

Footsteps

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