Mindfulness
Interpersonal Effectiveness
Distress Tolerance
Emotion Regulation
Which One Is It?
100

What is mindfulness? 

Being aware of the present moment. (Thoughts, feelings, emotions)

100

What are the three states of mind that influence thoughts, behaviors and the balance between logic and feelings to respond in the best way?

Emotional, Reasonable and Wise mind. 

100

This skill is used when choosing acceptance rather than refusing or rejecting reality when upsetting feelings arise.

Radical Acceptance

100

True or false? 

Are thoughts real? What is the strategy used to evaluate thoughts and see if emotions fit the situation?  

Checking the facts

100

Name 5 ways you know someone is listening to you. This is a form of?

Eye contact, nodding, repeating back to you, continuing the conversation, facing your direction, not multitasking. Effective Communication (Interpersonal Effectiveness)

200

What are the three parts of mindfulness and how are they used?

Observe- Pay attention on purpose (What you see / feel)

Describe- Put words on observations

Participate- Fully feel and enter experience in a non judgmental way. 

200

What is it called when balancing acceptance and change to allow openness for the "gray" area of thinking?

Walking The Middle Path

200

This skill is used to when in crisis to regulate the body and control unhealthy responses to intense emotions.

TIPP (Temperature, Intense exercise, Paced breathing and paired muscle relaxation)

200

This strategy is used to do the opposite of what negative urges make us feel when upset. 

Opposite Action

200

What are the 3 communication styles? 

Passive, aggressive and assertive. (Interpersonal Effectiveness)

300

What are 4 of the seven types of well-being that we explored? 

Body / Physical 

Mind / Mental

Spiritual 

Emotional

Environmental 

Social

Financial 

300

Which Interpersonal Effective skill is used to ask for / make a request for something in a respectful way? 


DEARMAN

300

This strategy is used to distract from intense emotions until ready to deal with them.

ACCEPTS (Activities, contribution, comparison, emotions, pushing away, thoughts, sensations)

300

Thinking about the advantages and disadvantages to considering a situation carefully and make a sensible decision is an example of?

Weighing the pros and cons

300

Creating a mandala in group was a form of practicing which skill? 

Mindfulness 

400

What was the purpose of mindful minutes at each group beginning?

To allow, accept, become aware of and experience all emotions without judgement.  

400

Which Interpersonal Effective Skill is used to communicate with care and be mindful of how others feel?

GIVE

400

What is the STOP Skill and what is it used for? 

S- Stop

T- Take a step back

 O- Observe

P - Proceed mindfully 


Used to better manage emotions and handle the situation differently.

400

When Accumulating short term and long term positive experiences you can build a what?  

Life worth living. 

400

What is a trigger and why did we explore them? 

A trigger is a automatic response to the way we express emotions. 

We explored them to reduce emotional reactivity to difficult situations. 

500

Which mindfulness technique is used for finding calm / safety?  

Relaxation or meditation. 

500

What was the first interpersonal skill that we learned? This is the skill that taught generosity when conflict arises to soften and / or reduce negative emotions towards others. 

THINK

500

Name one healthy coping skill for each of the 5 senses:

Sight

Touch

Hearing

Taste

Smell

Sight: look at art, imagine a happy or safe place

Touch: play with a pet, use kinetic sand, play dough, or putty, hug someone

Hearing: listen to music, listen to the sounds outside, listen to an auidobook

Taste: eat a small candy, have your favorite drink

Smell: use essential oils, smell flowers, smell freshly washed laundry or cut grass

500

What is the purpose of emotions? 

Emotions drive our actions – for example, a fight, flight or freeze response. Emotions tell others that we're dealing with stressors and may need support. Emotions have wisdom. Emotions help us to understand how we feel. 

500

Give one example of a time when your emotions got the best of you. 

- How did you respond? 

-How can you respond in a better way? 

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