Thinking Traps
Problem Solving
Present Moment Awareness
SMART goals
Other Skills
100

Automatic interpretations can also be referred to as...?

Snap judgments

100

What is the first step?

Define the problem

100

True or False: Having judgmental thoughts about others can lead to frustration, anger, and difficulties getting along with others

True

100

What does the S stand for in SMART goals?

Specific

100

What are the 3 parts of an emotion?

Thoughts, physical sensations (body clues), and behaviors

200

True or False: Automatic interpretations can be helpful

True

200

What is the second step?

Identify as many solutions as possible

200

What is the 54321?

Grounding technique/identifying five things you see, four things you feel, three things you hear, two things you smell, and one thing you taste (or a positive affirmation).

200

What does the M stand for in SMART goals?

Measurable

200

Name the 3 N's

Normal, Natural, and Not Harmful

300

Name the thinking trap: "There is a 99% chance that my plane is going to crash."

Jumping to conclusions

300

What is the third step?

Consider the pros/cons of each solution

300

What is non-judgmental awareness?

A compassionate, kind, and accepting way of practicing present moment awareness

300

What does the A stand for in SMART goals?

Attainable

300

Name 3 communication techniques

Using I statements

Strike when the iron is cold

Be specific when talking about a problem

Put yourself in their shoes

Have a few solutions in mind and be willing to compromise

Know when to hold 'em and know when to fold 'em

Remember... Don't give up!

400

Name the thinking trap: Having a precise, fixed idea on how you or others should behave, and overestimating how bad it is that these expectations are not met.

Should and Must statements

400

What is the fourth step?

Pick a solution and try it out

400

What are the 3 steps of PMA

Notice it, describe it, and say something about it

400

What does the R stand for in SMART goals?

Relevant 

400

What is the purpose of exposures?

Teaches us that the emotions will feel less intense over time (in uncomfortable situations)

Helps us realize that our initial, worst-case automatic interpretation/thoughts are not true

Helps us realize that we CAN get through the uncomfortable situation/emotions

500

This is an example of what thinking trap: Believing that, through your actions, you have the power to control things that you actually can't control.

Magical thinking

500

What is the fifth step?

Evaluate how it went

500

What is one way we can change our judgmental thoughts (what do we turn them into)?

Statements of fact
500

What does the T stand for in SMART goals?

Time-bound

500

What is a mastery activity (from acting opposite lesson)? Can you name any other types of activities we learned (4 other types)?

Doing something to learn a skill, working towards mastery

Service, Fun, Social, and Physical

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