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Distress tolerance is the ability to manage and withstand difficult or uncomfortable emotions and situations without resorting to unhealthy coping mechanisms such as substance abuse, self-harm, or impulsive behavior. It is an important part of emotional intelligence and can help individuals handle stress and adversity in a healthy and adaptive way.
Personal growth is a journey. Sometimes during that journey we can feel grief for things we have lost. Friendships, relationships, our past selves, and habits are just some examples. It is ok to outgrow these things. As human beings we are constantly changing and improving ourselves.
Are you looking to reduce stress, promote wellness or simply be more present? This Mindfulness journal will assist you in bringing your attention to the present moment through meditation techniques, and journal prompts.
The brain regions bundle includes 10 pages of in depth education surrounding the regions of the brain. Each page comes in full colour, partial colour, and black and white. A great tool to be used by teachers, mental health professionals, nurses, and more.
Identifying strengths can be a struggle for anyone, but especially if we struggle with our self-esteem and self-compassion. Sometimes we need help to better understand what strength means and what it looks like. This resource bundle includes over 60 strength cards which include the definition of each strength, plus reflective questions regarding each strength. The bundle also includes 6 prompts for the cards use.
Enhance your therapy practice toolkit with the Basic Needs Chart. It can be difficult to identify our needs from moment to moment, but it is especially difficult when we have had chronically unmet needs. Support clients to learn the skill of identifying mental health needs.
The mood scale challenges the traditional feelings wheel by understanding feelings in the context of pleasantness and energy levels to help us to identify where we are at on any given day. A great tool for expanding your therapeutic toolkit!
If you’re someone who spends any time out in nature, you’d know about the connection between nature and mental health. Some of us may have found ourselves on the tail end of someone saying ‘the fresh air will do you the world of good’. #wellbeing #wellness #health #mentalhealth #selfcare #nature #photography #naturephotography #love
The emotions wheel — sometimes called "the feelings wheel" or "the wheel of emotions" — is a circular graphic emotions chart divided into sections to help a person name their feelings. Whether you are a school counselor, social worker, therapist, teacher, parent, or someone who enjoys self-help, this 24-page workbook journal has the perfect printable worksheets for coping with emotions, feelings, and mental health.
Are you looking for a printable self-sabotage therapy journal? In this 58-page journal, you will learn what self-sabotage is and the destructive action directed at yourself through your thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Fortunately, knowing the types of self-sabotage, where it comes from, and some practical tips to neutralize it can help you overcome your harsh inner critic. This workbook will be split into ten sections with over 30+ exercises.
If you’ve been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, have noticed an increase in your stress levels, or simply going through a difficult period, the prompts in this 37-page journal are intended to bring you peace and restore calmness.