Dimensions of Wellness
Coping Skills
Triggers/Early Warning Signs
Plan/Resources
Riddles
100

Which of the 8 dimensions of wellness focuses on maintaining a healthy body?

Physical dimension 

100

True or false. Utilizing breathing techniques are a healthy coping skill

True 

100

What is a trigger? 

An event or situation that may cause a relapse to occur 

100

Name 1 person that is a positive support in your recovery and wellness

Social clubhouse staff, members of SC, doctor, support group, friends, family, partner 

100

What has to be broken before you can use it?

An egg 

200

Attending you groups, communicating with your case manager, using coping skills, and talking to your friends or family are examples of how we can care for which dimension of wellness? 

Emotional 

200

Name 3 healthy coping skills 

exercise, group therapy, talking our your challenges, taking a shower, deep breathing, journaling, relaxation techniques

200

Name a common event or situation that can trigger a relapse

Loss, fight with a loved one, phone call, unexpected news, being under stress

200

True or false. People are not always aware when their behavior has changed and they are experiencing early warning signs of relapse. For example, people might not realize that they are feeling unusually irritable. Instead, it may seem that other people are being especially annoying

True. 

Friends, family members, co-workers, practitioners, and other supportive people often notice when someone seems different or acts out of character. These people can be helpful allies in recognizing early warning signs. If you ask them, they can be your “extra eyes and ears” for noticing early warning signs. You can tell them some possible early warning signs to look for, and let them know that you would like them to tell you when they notice these signs. You can also include them in your relapse prevention plan to help you take action and avoid experiencing a relapse.

200

I am tall when I'm young and short when I'm old. What am I?

Candle

300
Name the 8 dimensions of wellness

physical, emotional, spiritual, occupational, intellectual, financial, social, environmental 

300

What is your definition of coping skills 

Activities or tactics you use when you are presented with a stressful situation
300

What is the definition of an early warning sign?

An early indicator that a relapse may be occurring. A subtle change in experience or mood that indicates a relapse may be starting 

300

What should be included in your relapse prevention plan?

events/triggers that caused a relapse in the past, early warning signs that you've experienced in the past, coping strategies or things that have helped when experiencing an early warning sign, people who can help me and what I need from them, people I'd like to contact in case of an emergency

300

What goes up but can never come down?

Your age 

400

Reading, playing puzzles, attending classes, engaging in healthy debates are all ways to exercise which dimension of wellness?

Intellectual 
400

What is an example of an unhealthy coping skill

Drinking/Drugs, sleeping, eating too much or too little, social withdraw, aggression 
400

Give 2 examples of early warning signs 

change in mood, social withdraw, eating less/more, not taking medication, feeling sad or low, sleeping too much or too little 

400

What are 2 examples of treatments that help people recover?

individual therapy, group therapy, medication, peer support groups, psychotherapy, peer support

400

What has hands but cant clap?

Clock

500

Name two way you can improve your physical wellness

exercise, eat healthy, get enough sleep, take medications properly, see doctors regularly 

500

When might you use coping skills? During what events or scenarios? 

loss of a loved one, stressful situation, fight with a loved one, feeling anxious, work/job conflict

500
What are 2 ways you can prevent early warning signs from becoming a relapse?

take medication properly, be aware of your symptoms and signs, build social support, participate in groups, use coping skills, share your experience with doctors, psychiatrist, case manager 

500

What are the benefits of taking medication?

reducing symptoms, reducing the likelihood of relapse, decreasing symptoms

500
What kind of tree can you carry in your hand? 

Palm 

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