Managing Unwanted Thoughts, Feelings, and Actions Workbook
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by Ester RA Leutenberg, Dr John J Liptak
People who encounter unwanted thoughts, feelings and actions face frightening experiences. They may have a difficult time distinguishing between what is real and what is not real. They usually regret what they thought and felt, and/or how they acted. Mental health issues contribute to unwanted thoughts, feelings and actions. When adults experience these symptoms, they are typically challenged by being and remaining in touch with reality. They have difficulty coping with the stressors and demands of their daily lives.
The Managing Unwanted Thoughts, Feelings, and Actions Workbook provides assessments and self-guided activities to help participants understand the intensity of their issues, learn skills to manage more effectively, and discover how they can lead a more effective life.
The Awareness Modules
The reproducible awareness modules contained in this workbook will help you identify and select assessments and activities easily and quickly.
Module I: Unwanted Thoughts, Feelings and Actions Symptoms This module will help participants identify the intensity of their behavioral, cognitive, and affect problems in their lives.
Module II: Life-Management Skills This module will help participants identify the effectiveness of their present life-management skills.
Module III: Personal Wellness This module will help participants identify how effective they are in taking care of themselves physically and emotionally.
Module IV: Possibilities This module will help participants identify the many possibilities available in their lives and careers.
Module V: Erasing the Stigma of Mental Health Issues This module will help participants explore and refute the stigma of having unwanted thoughts, feelings and actions issues in their lives and the impact that the stigma has on them.
|Recommended ages:||Ages 13 through Adult|
|Grade level:||Grades 8 through Adult|