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MRT - Put It In Perspective (PIIP)

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on 4 December 2015

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Transcript of MRT - Put It In Perspective (PIIP)

PIIP
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MRT - Put It In Perspective (PIIP)
BLUF
PIIP builds
optimism
Catastrophizing
is when you
waste critical energy
ruminating about the
irrational
worst case outcomes of a situation, which prevents you from taking
purposeful
action.
The goal of PIIP is to
lower anxiety
so that you can
accurately assess
the situation and deal with it.
Catastrophizing
Catastrophizing
Steps to PIIP
1. Describe the
Activating Event

2. Capture
Worst Case
Thoughts

3. Generate
Best Case
Thoughts

4. Identify
Most Likely
Outcomes

5.
Develop a Plan
for Dealing with Most Likely Outcomes
MRT Skills
ATC - Activating Event, Thoughts, and Consequences: Emotions and Reactions
Avoid Thinking Traps
Detect Icebergs
Problem Solving
Put It In Perspective
Mental Games
Real-time Resilience
Character Strengths
Effective Communication
Active Constructive Responding
Hunt the Good Stuff
Catastrophizing
Types:
Downward Spiral - Slippery slope
Scattershot - All over the place
Circling - Redundant/Rehashing
Effects:
High Anxiety
Decreased Focus
Increases Feelings of Helpesss
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