Our Triggers worksheet will introduce your clients to triggers with a simple definition and tips, while guiding them through the process of identifying their own triggers...
Learning to identify and cope with triggers is a popular strategy for the treatment of several problems—especially anger and addictions—because of the effectiveness and intuitiveness of the approach.Our Assertive Communication worksheet includes one page of psychoeducation, and a second page of practice exercises, that will help your clients learn to use assertive communication in their own lives...The back-to-back drawing communication exercise will get your groups and couples working together, talking, and thinking about how they communicate.As a relationship ages, we sometimes take the things we love about our partners for granted.Practicing gratitude is a great way to show your partner that you appreciate them, while improving the quality of your relationship.Groups are split into pairs of "listeners" and "speakers".
The speaker will describe an image for the listener to draw, but the listener cannot speak. Guide your clients in the exploration of their relationship boundaries with the Boundaries Exploration worksheet.
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With Small Talk: Discussion Cards, any game can be turned into a fun therapeutic activity for kids.
Students will think about how they feel about dating.
They will learn about physical attraction and the positives and negatives that are associated with dating. To get students excited about dating and let them know that dating is important in life.
By explaining why you believe what you believe and allowing them to discuss their own beliefs, you can be their greatest advocate for healthy relationships instead of appearing like an enemy.