Animals Worry, Too!

Framing: Here are three animals. They are each worried about something different.

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Clustering is used by Kay Adams in "Journal to the Self," page 87, and is described by the author as:  “Clustering is a fun, easy and spontaneous way to efficiently access lots of information quickly.

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Thank You and Goodbye Letter

Write a letter to something painful in your life and acknowledge it as a “teacher.” Thank this teacher, acknowledge what it has taught you and say goodbye to it. This exercise helps us examine our ambivalence toward the issue.

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Tapping in Your Resources

Regardless of how traumatic our life experiences, we have hidden potential untapped resources we can use to heal our psychological wounds and help us navigate life’s challenges.

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Stepping Stones

Getting a Perspective About Your Future

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Sleep Deprivation

Nearly 30 million people who have not seen combat suffer from insomnia. Many more vets experience interrupted sleep or cannot go to sleep without drugging or drinking.

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Brave Bart Activity

Required book for this activity: The book “Brave Bart: A Story for Traumatized and Grieving Children” by Caroline H. Sheppard, © 1998

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Relaxation Activities

These relaxation scripts for children can be used to guide children, adolescents, or adults to relax using quick and easy relaxation techniques.

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My Book Title

Directions: If your life was a book, what title would you give it to let others know how far you have come? Write the title on your book. You can also color in or draw a picture on the cover of your book.

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