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mandalas
color
sit in a quiet spot
drink water
stress ball
balloon breathing
meditate
pause and think
rock in a chair
talk it out
take a walk
count to ten in funny voices
say calmly i can relax
think of white puffy clouds
shake like a wet puppy
excercise
tense and relax muscles
count backwards
color code
sing a song
boxed breathing
count to ten
deep breaths

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Calm Down 1 Word Search

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sit in a quiet spot
sing a song
talk it out
talk ot
lava bottle
drink water
take a walk
rock in a chair
deep breaths
stress ball
meditate
excercise
boxed breathing
color code
count to ten

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Anger Management Word Search

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aggression
anger
anger cycle
calm
coping skills
crabby
deep breathing
emotion
exercise
imagery
insults
interventions
irate
music
outraged
progressive muscle
reframing your thinking
relaxation
stress
talk it out
triggers

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POSITIVE COPING SKILLS Word Search

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COLOR
COOK
DANCE
DO A PUZZLE
DRAW
EXCERCISE
HUG A PILLOW
PLAY A GAME
PLAY SPORTS
PLAY VIDEO GAMES
READ A GOOD BOOK
RIDE A BIKE
SEE A MOVIE
SING
TAKE A WALK
TALK TO SOMEONE
WATCH FUNNY VIDEOS
WATCH TV
WRITE A LETTER
WRITE IN A JOURNAL

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Coping Skills Crossword

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in through your nose, to diaphragm, out mouth Deep breathing
in through your nose, out through your mouth breathing retraining
funny stories, jokes, comedy movies, comedians Laughing
relax jaw, shoulders and stomach Drop Three
involves relaxing all muscles throughout the body Stretching Relaxation
closing your eyes, listen to instructor guide through calming/relaxing place Guided Meditation
focusing on five senses Grounding
In nature/outdoors Walking
Classical, Country, Rock, Rap Listen to music
speaking positive, thinking positive positive self-talk
Short period of alone time Taking a break
trusting in someone else with thoughts and feelings Talking
soccer, football, tennis, running, baseball Play a sport
to-do, ideas, positive thoughts Write a list
plants, vegetables, trees, mowing, weeding Gardening
writing down thoughts and feelings Journaling
writing to a specific person Write a letter
comes in 25, 100, 300, 500 or more pieces Puzzles
Moving along to a song Dance
Comedy, Horror, Drama, Sci-Fi, Documentary Watch a movie
piano, guitar, trumpet, drums Play an instrument
involves cats and/or dogs Pet therapy
using markers, colored pencils, gel pens, paint art
uno, man bites dog, monopoly, life play a game
"I" feel, think, believe I statements
preparing food cook or bake
schedule activities each day Make daily schedules
Preferred place or special place Plan a fun trip

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Coping Skills Word Search

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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

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How to handle stress Word Search

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Keep Perspective
breathe deeply
Unplug electronics
sports
hobby
adequate sleep
support system
motivation
organize
Reward Yourself
prioritize
Healthy snacks
meditate
exercise
dance
sing
favorite show
friends
relax
take time off
listen to music
Play
Be happy
Think Positive
laugh

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Meditation Word Search

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stress
easy
resting
mindfulness
tension
calm
imagine
cool
breathe
relax

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Coping skills 1 Word Search

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Arts & Crafts
Clean
Coloring
Cooking
Count to Ten
Deep Breathing
Do a puzzle
Draw a random design
Drawing
exercise
Find safe place
Just breathe
Listen to Music
Paint your nails
Painting
Pet your dog or cat
Play a board game
Play cards
Sewing
Sing
Slowly sip a beverage
Squeeze a stress ball
Stretch
Take a shower
Take a time out
Talk to a friend
Talk to self
Think about happy memories
Think about loved ones
Watch a fish
Write a letter
Write in a Journal

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Types of cloud formations Crossword

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The typical clumply, "puffy" cloud is formed in rising air currents. __________ clouds are evidence of unstable air conditions. Cumulus
These appear "spread out" and in sheets or horizontal layers. Stratus
Wispy cotton candy looking clouds. Cirrus
Whitish sheets that cover the sky completely. Cirrostratus
Little white and puffy. They form a huge sheet, covering the sky Cirrocumulus
Very big, can be white or grey. Can appear as patches. Altocumulus
Appear as greyish or whitish sheet that completely covers the sky. Altostratus
Appear low, dull, greyish sheets covering the sky (resembles fog). Stratus
Appear as sheets of big puffy white or grey clouds. Stratocumulus
Appear as dark grey layers of large, puffy clouds. Nimbostratus
Large individual puffy clouds. Cumulus
Build up into high towering masses Towering cumulus
These clouds are very dark at the bottom. Cumulonimbus

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DBT Coping Skills Crossword

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Identify the thought that leads you to feel or behave in an unhealthy way. Then change the thought to thoughts that will help you feel/behave healthier. Hottocoolthoughts
First make a plan with your family when everything is calm. It should include a signal or word to tell the other person when you need a time out. Each person should choose an area or room within the house to go and relax. Timeout
Start at the top of your head and mentally scan down your body looking for any tension, discomfort, etc. When you find some, stop and tell yourself to “relax” and deep breathe until your tension is gone. scanning
Same as deep breathing, but now, imagine breathing in a calming color that fills you with relaxation and peace. Then, breathe out a color that represents your stress anger, anxiety etc., which is leaving and going away from your body. colorbreathing
Start with your toes. Tense them up and hold for 15-20 seconds, then relax. Next tense up your calves and hold for 15-20 seconds then relax. Continue to move up through each muscle group up to your head tensing, and relaxing the muscles. muscle relaxation
Think of a calm, relaxing place. Now tell yourself a story about it. Make sure you include what you see, hear, smell, taste and touch. visualization
Sit comfortably with your feet on the floor and your arms in your lap or the arms of a chair-or lie down flat. Now, using one or more of your senses, describe what you see, hear, smell, taste, or feel. Focus on this until you feel calmer Grounding
Give yourself a pep talk. What would you ay to your best friend in the same situation? Positiveselftalk
Breathe in slowly an rhythmically through your nose. Make sure you use your diaphragm. Fill your lungs from the bottom to the top. Then slowly breathe out through your mouth. deepbreathing
Choose a word or phrase that you repeat in your head to help you feel better/calmer. mantra
Breathe in and out through your nose using your diaphragm. Count 1, 2, 3 as you breathe in, pause your breathing and say “relax” to yourself. Then count 1, 2, 3 as you breathe out, pause your breathing then say “relax” to yourself. respiratorycontrolledbreathing

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