Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

APPROPRIATE SUITABLE
ASSERTIVE STAND UP
CONFIDENT SELF -- IMAGE
SET STANDARDS BE TREATED
DISAGREE ANGRY
SAY NO FEELING GUILTY
PROUD TO ASK HELP
CARE ABOUT THEMSELVES RESPECTED
COPING SKILLS: THINK RIGHT AND WRONG
COPING SKILLS: POSITIVE SELF-IMAGE
JOIN PEER GROUP SAME BELIEFS
CHOOSE FRIENDS NOT RISKY ACTIVITIES
CODE PARENTS

Self Esteem Bingo

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Emotions
Motivations
Abraham Maslow
Self-Actualization
Self-Efficacy
Positive
Negative
Confidence
High Self Esteem
Low Self Esteem
Personality
Self-Worth
Self-Respect
Personal Value
Appearance
Beliefs
Assertion
Receptivity
Peer Groups
Identity
Coping Strategy
Optimist
Pessimist
Dignity

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Emotions Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Grumpy
Liked
Guilty
Hurt
Friendly
Proud
Embarrassed
Lonely
Bored
Disappointed
Jealous
Calm
Relaxed
Excited
Nervous
Scared
Worried
Angry
Happy
Sad

Coping Skills Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Think of your skills
Talk it out dont act it out
Talk to a friend
Read a good book
Relax
Take time and space
Give yourself a break
Ask for Help
Ask Questions
Stay Calm
Choose Peace
Draw or Color
Positive things about Self
Talk to Staff
Think of Something Happy
Ask for Hugs
Exercise
Listen to Music or Sing
3 Slow and Deep Breaths
Stop and Count to 10
Walk Away

Self Care & Coping Skills Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

You can read this Book
One dimension of Self care that focuses on relationships Social
Example of physical self care Eatinghealthy
Emotion that needs coping skills Anger
Self care examples include reading, doing puzzles, trying something new Mental
There are ____ dimensions of self care Seven
A sign of needing self care Stress
Letting go of things you can't _________ is a step of self care Control
Avoiding _______________ can be a way to take care of ourselves negativity
Self care example including yoga, church, and meditation Spiritual
Example of emotional self care listening to music
An emotion that is very important for self care Love
An example of a coping skill Deep breathing
Preventative measure before getting angry selfcare
Reactive measure for when you're already angry coping skill

DBT Emotion Regulation Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

overwhelmed
tired
thoughtful
bored
silly
joyful
happy
angry
scared
calm
sadness
anxiety
tippskills
coping skills
relaxation
buildmastery
copeahead
radicalacceptance
self-validation
bepatient
minful
emotion
exercise
balancedsleep
Avoidavoiding
Balancedeating
treatphysicalillness
PleaseMaster

Self Esteem Bingo

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

High Self Esteem
Low Self Esteem
Personality
Self-worth
Self-respect
Personal Value
Appearance
Beliefs
Emotions
Motivation
Abraham Maslow
Self-actualization
Self-efficacy
Postive
Negative
Confidence
Assertion
Receptivity
Peer Groups
Identity
Coping Strategy
Optimist
Pessimist
Dignity

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Emotions Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Feeling sad, blue, discouraged, and unhappy depressed
Feeling fear and worry afraid
Feeling bad after doing wrong ashamed
feeling alone and that nobody cares lonely
feeling able to do something confident
feeling worried about what others think embarrassed
feeling ease and without worries, calm relaxed
feeling unable to think clear confused
feeling pressure for doing well proud
feeling mad with a person, act or idea angry
feeling tense, tired, uneasy, and overwhelmed stressed
feeling happy and aroused excited
feeling joy and pleasure glad
feeling full of energy energetic

Body Image Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A body's relative mass or the quantity of matter contained by it, giving rise to a downward force; the heaviness of a person or thing. Weight
Unrealistic ideas about what an ideal body shape is often seen in the__________. Media
An emotional disorder involving an obsessive desire to lose weight, in which is extreme overeating followed by self-induced vomiting, purging, or fasting. Bulimia
Feeling that their looks do not measure up to what society, family, friends, and the media expect. Negative Body Image
______refers to the way we see our bodies and the way we think others see our bodies. Body Image
Confidence in one's own worth or abilities; self-respect. Self Esteem
The condition of being grossly fat or overweight. Obesity
An eating disorder characterized by markedly reduced appetite or total aversion to food. Anorexia
Happy about the way you look and feeling good about your body. Positive Body Image
Feelings of severe despondency and dejection. Depression
Showing__________ is one way to help someone with an eating disorder. Concern
Both __________ and females experience body image pressure. Males
A condition in which a person eats a very small amount of food or extremely large amounts of food is called an ______ . Eating Disorder
_________ members usually influence a teens' body image by criticizing how they look. Family
Teens often experience body image __________ in order to fit in with peers. Pressure
________ themselves the way they are is a step to helping teens improve their body image. Accepting
Persons with ___________ disorder often eat a very large amount of food and feel out of control while doing so. Binge Eating
One method of __________ is when a person makes themselves vomit in order to prevent themselves from gaining weight. Purging

Assertiveness Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

calm
kind
speaking clearly
shouting
arguing
threatened
confident
happy
angry
eye contact
behaviours
aggressive
passive
assertive
body language

Anger Management Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Anger human emotion
aggrsion is behavior
how to cope with anger anger management
saying "yes" when you mean "no" passive
procrastinator, lazy passive aggressive
taking control, negotiator assertive
short fuse, quick to react aggressive
out of control behavior rage
who gets angry everytone
what can make a perosn prone to anger stress