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CCSD Coping Skills

Middle School (7th grade) Coping Skills Guidance Lesson
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Stephanie Sanchez

on 15 November 2016

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Transcript of CCSD Coping Skills

Cognitive:
C ping Skills:
Manage Stress in an Effective Way
What is stress

1
stress noun \ˈstres\
: a state of mental tension and worry caused by problems in your life, work, school, family, friends etc.

: something that causes strong feelings of worry or anxiety

: physical force or pressure

The 3 C's:
Control
Change
Cope

ope
Coping skills are those that we use to offset the disadvantages in day to day life. Coping skills can be positive or negative. Positive coping skills help get us through situations at nearly the same level as those who do not have the disadvantage. Negative coping skills may provide short-term relief or distraction, but ultimately worsen our disadvantage.
Stressors
Emotional:
Talk to parents, friends, siblings, teacher, counselor, coach, or someone else you trust
Listen to music
Keep a journal
Draw, paint, or color
Join a club or sport
Spend time with a pet
Humor
Exercise
Play with friends
Dance
Read a book/magazine
Watch a movie/show
Take a deep breath
Problems with friends
Family issues/dynamics
Bullying
Moving to a new school
Death of a loved one
Peer & social issues
Homework & grades
Financial issues
Health issues
School activities
Parent's issues
Making friends
Changes in body
Living environment
Siblings
Disabilities
Military families
Memory problems
Inability to concentrate
Poor judgement
Negative outlook/thinking
Constant worrying
Eating more or less
Sleeping too much or too little
Isolating yourself from others
Procrastinating or neglecting
responsibilities
Using alcohol, tobacco, or drugs
to escape
Nervous habits
Impulsive behavior
Academic problems
Self-harming thoughts or
behaviors

Moodiness
Irritability
Short temper
Agitation
Inability to relax
Feeling overwhelmed
sense of loneliness
Isolation
Depression
Physical:
Aches, pains, headaches,
& crying
Diarrhea & constipation
Nausea & dizziness
Chest pain
Rapid heartbeat
Frequent colds
Behavioral:
Cognitive
Physical
Behavioral
Emotional
The Types of
Signs & Symptoms
of Stress
Yes = clay problem
These are problems
you can CONTROL
by making a CHANGE
No = rock problem
These are problems
you cannot control
and must learn
to COPE
C
ontrol
C
C
hange...
Try a different way
Practice your skills
Make a plan
Get organized
Clay or rock
problem?
Negative
Coping Skills
Positive
Coping Skills
Re-evaluate the situation
Think positive
Make a list of your talents and strengths
Take a shower/bath
Prayer
Make a plan for your future
Ride your bike
Take a nap
Role-play
Hobbies
Healthy eating
Take a walk
Technology
Withdrawing/avoiding others
Procrastinating
Running away
Negative thinking
Alcohol/drug abuse
Acting out in anger
Bullying others
Self-harming
Obsessive/compulsive behavior
suicidal ideations
Neglecting responsibilities
Perfectionism
Acting out at school/home

Admit your part in the problem
Choose positive behaviors/thinking
Stop negative behaviors/thinking
Seek advice/counsel

Negative Coping Skills
Positive Coping Skills
(Fritscher, Lisa. 2008, retrieved 2012 About.com. all rights reserved)
Can you
the problem?
like clay
Coping skills are those that we use to offset the disadvantages in day to day life. Coping skills can be positive or negative. Positive coping skills help get us through situations at nearly the same level as those who do not have the disadvantage. Negative coping skills may provide short-term relief or distraction, but ultimately worsen our disadvantage.

Adapted from Clark County School District Coping Skills Guide for Secondary Students (6-12) "Coping is Cool"
And now, a word from the President...
Any Questions?
peace
friendship
family
love
respect
dedication
pets
kindness
goals
music
strength
deep breath
exercise
dance
persevere
singing
laughter
prayer
accept
let's go! make
no excuses now
I'm talking here and now I'm talking here and now
let's go! your time is running out
I'm talking here and now I'm talking here and now
it's not about what you've done its about what you're doing
its all about where you're going no matter where you've been
lets go! lets go! lets go!, lets go! hey ! Its now or never, lets go!
Tomorrow's good, tonight is better
ooo let's go !there ain't no better time
I'm talking here and now I'm talking here and now
lets go!
right now is where you shine
I'm talking here and now I'm talking here and now
its not about what you've done its about what you're doing
its all about where you're going no matter where you've been
lets go! lets go! lets go!, lets go!
hey !
Its now or never lets go!
Tomorrow's good, tonight is better
lets make it happen
ooh, lets make it happen tonight
lets go! let's go!
oo let's go!
hey ! Its now or never let's go!
Tomorrow's good, tonight is better let's go!

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