Emotions
Coping Skills
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Social Support
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100

 What emotions is she showing? 

Sadness, unhappy, miserable, upset

100

Is paying a sport, exercising, and taking a walk a good coping skill?  

Yes. 

100

What is one thing you learned while being in group? 

Answer may vary.

100

Why is it important to have social support? 

To provide guidance, support, comfort, and assistance when you need it. 

100

It is a shape and it shows us how our thoughts can affect the way feel and act

The Triangle

200

What could she be feeling? 

Scared, worried, startled, shocked

200

Avoiding thoughts and the way we may feel is a unhealthy way for us to cope. Is this true or false? 

True 

200

What is it called when we try to say something in a different way? 

Reframe 

200

Name your support person or team? 

Answer may vary.

200

What is it called when we use these certain skills to help use handle difficult emotions, relieve some stress, and it also helps us to keep ourselves in order? 

Coping Skills 

300

What emotions is she showing? 

Happy, content, cheerful, joyful, excited

300

Listening to music, using different breathing exercises, and using positive self talk is a good coping skill? Would you agree or disagree? 

Agree

300

Give me an example of a good coping skill.

Taking a walk, listening to music, talking to an adult, drawing, playing outside, exercising....

300

Can a pet be part of your social support team? 

Yes

300

What is a tool we use to measure how intense or strong your feelings are? 

Feelings Thermometer

400

Can a person have a mixture of feelings and feel both sad and angry or worried and frustrated? 

Yes. 

400

Can you give me an example of coping skill you use when you feel stress, worried, sad or nervous? 

Answer may vary. 

400

Counting to ten and doing breathing exercises is a way to calm your anger or your intense feelings? True of false 

True. 

400

What is Social Support? 

Is someone (parent, family member, friend, neighbor, teacher, etc.) who provides assistance or comfort to other people to help them cope with their issues. 

400

This tool helps us to face our fears in a safe way. It also shows us the different steps we have to take in order to overcome that fear. 

I Can Do It Ladder 

500

When a person becomes nervous or anxious they may feel sweaty, dizziness, their face may turn red or feel hot, they may feel a little shaky, or their heart can beat really fast like a drum. True or False? 

True.

500

Talking to an adult about the way you feel is a good coping skill. True or False? 

True 

500

What is a coping skill that works well for you and what is one coping skill that does not work well enough for you? 

Response varies

500

Your social support can help you come up with possible solutions to a problem. Agree or Disagree? 

Agree

500

What is called when we change our negative thoughts into positive ones? 

Reframe

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