Cards Against Anxiety: A Guidebook and Cards to Help You Stress Less
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We hang a card each week at our sink in the office and we look at it while we fill the kettle. When we put this card up I could hear my colleague in the kitchen repeatedly saying ‘Thank you’ in all different voices and volumes—to the universe. It was great!’
Cards Against Anxiety: A Guidebook and Cards to Help You
that are included. Therapist Aid has the exclusive right to reproduce their original works, prepare You can start using the cards right away with absolutely no training! Just dive in and get started. When working face to face either with individuals or in a group setting, all you really need is to have confidence that something of value will emerge from discussions based around the card topics. In our experience, it always does!An action, a series of actions, or a thought process used in meeting a stressful or unpleasant situation or in modifying one’s reaction to such a situation. Coping strategies typically involve a conscious and direct approach to problems, in contrast to defense mechanisms. Coping skills are a valuable tool for managing worry and rumination. These techniques can provide distraction from rumination in the moment, or help manage long-term anxiety if used regularly. Anxiety can affect our mind, body and behaviour, for instance we might feel tearful, get stress headaches, or start avoiding things or people that trigger anxiety.
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This is a great app! My doctor recommended it to me and I'm so grateful! It has been very helpful and insightful. I am working on building healthier ideas with this. Coping cards are wonderful!! Recommending to my friends! This is the Anxiety and Worries Group intervention. It is for a group of up to six children and led by a teaching assistant. Children…Anxiety is usually a natural response to pressure, feeling afraid or threatened, which can show up in how we feel physically, mentally, and in how we behave.
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A great tool that will support our kids’ (or students’) choices is a set of Coping Cards. What are Coping Cards (or Calming Cards)? Having something physical to hold in your hands, spread out on a desk, move around, sort, or place in separate piles seems to help people relate to and understand the concepts much more easily and in much more depth than when the ideas are simply discussed.
This is my favourite because people can sometimes get into a panic when feeling anxious and everything can seem to speed up and ‘close in’. This strategy helps an anxious person to slow things down. And by saying things really slowly, it gives you more of a chance to breathe deeply and/or calmly as you do so.