Help! There Is a Bully In My Head - SwanWaters
Even when survivors distance themselves from a toxic person, we often still hear their voice in our heads, drowning out our own inner-voice and reaffirming the doubt that was planted a long time ago. In effect, we have a bully in our head.
Self-Care Check-in and Needs Review | Coaching Tools from The Coaching Tools Company.com
In what areas of their lives do your clients need to take better care of themselves? All too often people don’t know the answer. This useful coaching exercise gets them in touch with their needs and set one action to help meet those needs. http://www.thecoachingtoolscompany.com/products/what-are-my-needs-self-care-check-in-exercise/
Self-esteem daily journal. I'm starting this tomorrow! It'll help me focus on the positives in my life while I start my recovery, or at least help me think about the positives more than the negatives :-)
The Worry Tree - ELSA Support
The Worry Tree is a method described by Butler and Hope 2007 to enable someone to either act on or let go of a worry. I have adapted the tree to make it more child friendly. Download: Worry tree For more products you might find interesting
Healthy Habits for Sustained Success
I made up this healthy habits list about 2 years ago when I got really serious about taking control of my health, my weight and my life. While these habits may seem a little extreme, they are doable and beneficial! Personally, I have not mastered the list, but each day I try to do a …
De-Coding Coping Strategies
De-Coding Coping Strategies By: Danielle Woodcock Adopting new coping strategies is a skill, something to be practiced, reflected on, and practiced some more. The challenging part is that having a long list of coping strategies you have never practiced can be unhelpful in times of distress and in some cases may even increase your level Read More
How to love and take better care of yourself (in baby steps)
Complete the Self Care Checklist to see whether you're showing yourself love, or undermining yourself every day.
Distress Tolerance Activities | Dr. Elsbeth Martindale, PsyD
DBT/Counseling Tools - Resource list: http://www.couragetobloom.com/Site/References_files/PTKResource%20List.pdf: