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Fair Fighting Rules

Fair Fighting Rules

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Arguments and disagreements are a normal part of any relationship. It’s how a couple argues that’s most important. When arguments grow out of control, they become counterproductive, hurtful, and emotionally charged. Fair Fighting Rules help couples discuss issues tactfully, without hurting the other person’s feelings or damaging the relationship...
Anger Warning Signs + Anger Thermometer

Anger Warning Signs + Anger Thermometer

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Anger warning signs are clues our bodies give us, indicating that anger is starting to grow. These clues include physical symptoms, thoughts, and actions, such as turning red in the face, sweating, becoming argumentative, or becoming fixated on the source of anger. By learning to identify anger warning signs, clients can start to catch their anger early, while it's still easy to manage...
What are Cognitive Distortions?

What are Cognitive Distortions?

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A person's thoughts and beliefs—whether they're accurate or not—play a major role in determining how they feel. For example, thoughts of a disaster occuring can create feelings of anxiety, even if that disaster is extremely unlikely. Patterns of negative irrational thoughts are called cognitive distortions...
What is the Cycle of Anxiety?

What is the Cycle of Anxiety?

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When the uncomfortable symptoms of anxiety feel like too much, one of the simplest ways to feel better is avoidance. This means avoiding the source of anxiety, or numbing the uncomfortable feelings. The good news is, avoidance works... for a little bit. The bad news is, the relief that avoidance brings is temporary, and the anxiety tends to come back worse than before...
What is CBT?

What is CBT?

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy based upon the theory that our thoughts affect how we feel, and how we behave. This video gives a succinct overview of CBT including the theoretical underpinnings, and how it can be applied in therapy sessions. CBT has been found to be effective in the treatment of many disorders such as depression, anxiety, addictions, phobias, and more.
Behavioral Activation

Behavioral Activation

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Behavioral activation is a therapeutic technique used in CBT and other behavioral interventions that has been found to be very effective in the treatment of depression. This video provides an overview describing what behavioral activation is, why it works, and how to use it. Links are provided throughout the video to worksheets with explanations of how you can successfully fit them into a successful treatment...
The ABC model of CBT

The ABC model of CBT

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Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT)—a form of cognitive behavioral therapy—requires clients to evaluate their beliefs and change their unhealthy emotions and behaviors. REBT implements something called the ABC model, which can help clients understand how a situation could result in number of different thoughts, feelings, and behaviors...
What is Depression?

What is Depression?

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Depression is a disorder that affects more than 10% of the population over the course of their lives, but it continues to be poorly understood. Those with depression, and their loved ones, struggle to understand what they are experiencing. It can be comforting to learn that they are not alone in their thoughts and feelings...
Deep Breathing Exercise

Deep Breathing Exercise

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Deep breathing is a simple exercise that can be used to manage stress and anxiety. Use this video to help teach, and then practice, how to use the technique. We suggest that therapists work with their clients to identify specific warning signs and situations that indicate a client should practice deep breathing...
Progressive Muscle Relaxation Exercise

Progressive Muscle Relaxation Exercise

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Progressive muscle relaxation is a technique that will teach your clients to identify where tension is being held in your body, which will allow them to release it. Our Progressive Muscle Relaxation Exercise video will walk clients through each stage of this technique. We suggest sharing the URL of this video with your clients so they can practice regularly...
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