Skills
Communication
Name that Drug
Side Effects
Mental Health
100

This skill is used in stressful situations to help improve the situation. 

What are coping skills?

100

This type of communication is not through spoken words, but instead through body language, posture, tone, pitch, and speed of speech. 

What is Nonverbal communication?


100

This drug is a stimulant, most commonly referred to as "Ice." 

What is Meth/Methamphetamine?

100

The side effects are: slurred speech, altered perception, slowed reaction time, lowered inhibitions, and dehydration/headaches. 

What is Alcohol?

100

This disorder is defined by feelings of dread and hyperactivity.

What is Anxiety?

200

These skills are used to help us share messages and emotions with other people either through spoken word or body language.

What are communication skills?

200

This type of communicator tends to give up his/her desire in favor of another person's desire. They tend to be people pleasers.

What are Passive Communicators?

200

This drug causes hallucinations, increased body temperature, and can lead to long-term cardiac health issues. 

What are stimulants/hallucinogens?

200

This substance causes euphoria, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, and slowed breathing. 

What are Opioids (Painkillers)? 

200

This disorder is defined by feelings of numbness/sadness, loss of appetite, isolation, and loss of motivation.

What is depression?

300

This set of skills helps in the event you have thoughts of using drugs/alcohol while working on sobriety.

What are relapse prevention skills?

300

This type of communicator tends to be indirect, hints at what he/she wants, and causes confusion. 

What is a passive-aggressive communicator?

300

This drug can cause sudden death, even on it's first use.

What is an inhalant?

300
This substance causes loss of appetite, increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure and body temperature, interrupted sleep patterns, panic, and hallucinations. 

What are Stimulants? (several answers will be accepted)

300

This disorder is mainly known by the repetitive thoughts that cause considerable distress in normal routines. 

What is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)?

400

These skills are used in meditation.

What are mindfulness skills?

400

This type of communicator tends to protect their own rights but runs over the rights of others and in the long term harms their relationships with other people. 

What are Aggressive Communicators?

400

This central nervous system depressant is highly addictive and can lead to many major health issues. 

What are Opioids?

400

This substances causes headaches, dry mouth/dry eyes, lightheadedness and dizziness, drowsiness, and calming effects. 

What is Cannabis? 

400

This disorder is defined by flashbacks of traumatic events which disrupt normal functioning. 

What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?

500

These skills are used when a difficult situation arises and requires a solution.

What are problem solving skills?

500

This type of communicator tends to state his/her opinion/position and makes a direct request while respecting the rights of others. 

What is an Assertive Communicator?

500
This drug is commonly not seen as a drug due to its social acceptance and the fact that it is legal.

What is Alcohol?

500

This substance is highly addictive, and causes slowed breathing, slowed heart rate, decreased digestion, and slowed/slurred speech.

What are depressants? (several answers will be accepted.)

500

This disorder is defined by episodes of mood swings ranging from depressive lows to manic highs.

What is Bipolar Disorder? 

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