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Progressive Muscle Relaxation Script

Progressive Muscle Relaxation Script

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Progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) is a powerful technique with long-term benefits for stress and anxiety. When practiced regularly, the positive effects of PMR can become generalized. This means that the reduced levels of stress and anxiety will last well beyond the practice period. Our Progressive Muscle Relaxation Script can be used to guide clients through the exercise...
Protective Factors

Protective Factors

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Protective factors are things that contribute to mental health, and allow a person to be resilient in the face of challenges. Someone with a lot of protective factors—such as strong relationships and healthy coping skills—will be better equipped to overcome life's obstacles. The Protective Factors worksheet includes both a psychoeducation and an interactive component...
Introduction to Stress Management

Introduction to Stress Management

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Stress isn't all bad. At lower levels, stress prepares our bodies for day-to-day challenges by boosting energy, improving cognitive performance, and focusing attention. It's when stress is too extreme, or lasts for too long, that it becomes problematic. Unhealthy levels of stress contribute to heart disease, anxiety, depression, relational discord, drug use, weakened immune systems, and much more...
Stress Management Tips

Stress Management Tips

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The Stress Management Tips worksheet presents a number of valuable and easy-to-follow tips for dealing with stress. These tips encourage a healthy mindset about stress, the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle, and they encourage the use of several valuable coping skills. This handout works well as a prompt for group discussion, or as a take-home reminder of what your clients have learned in session.
The Fight-or-Flight Response

The Fight-or-Flight Response

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When a person perceives the threat of harm—whether emotionally or physically—their body will automatically initiate a survival response. Heart rate elevates, palms begin to sweat, breathing becomes rapid, and thoughts race. These changes are all part of the fight-or-flight response, which prepares the person to either confront or flee from the threat...
Time Management Tips

Time Management Tips

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Basic life skills like time management are sometimes overlooked in psychotherapy. In some cases, skills like these make all the difference. Poor time management can damage relationships or careers, and cause unnecessary stress. The Time Management Tips printout is exactly what you think it would be—a list of advice that your clients can use to improve how they manage their time...
Mental Health Benefits of Exercise

Mental Health Benefits of Exercise

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Research over the past decade has taught us about the close link between mental health and exercise. Exercise has been found to help treat and prevent depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and more. The goal of this worksheet is to provide a convenient source of psychoeducation for clients who might benefit from starting a basic exercise program, or increasing their level of physical activity...
Mindfulness Exercises

Mindfulness Exercises

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Mindfulness has been defined as a moment-to-moment awareness of one's experience without judgment. This means being present in the moment, with a feeling of acceptance. Increasing one's mindfulness can result in reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression, improved concentration, and a number of interpersonal benefits...
Mandalas

Mandalas

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Mandalas are traditionally used in many eastern spiritual traditions as a tool to aid meditation. In western culture, mental health counselors often use mandalas as a form of stress relief, a tool for art therapy, and as a meditative exercise. We have used mandala printouts with therapy groups, during stress management presentations, and as a fun little handout to leave on waiting room tables...
Gratitude Exercises

Gratitude Exercises

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Research in positive psychology indicates that those who practice gratitude have lower self-reported levels of depression and stress, and they're more satisfied with their social relationships. Not only that, but the effects can be long-lasting. This worksheet summarizes a few exercises to help clients begin practicing gratitude...
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