Worry Warrior

By TLC
Posted on November 10, 2013, in Stress and Anxiety

Framing:
Your worry warrior is here to fight off your worry!

Directions:
Ask the adolescent to think about what their biggest worry or worries are. What would that worry or worries look like? Now ask the adolescent to draw their own worry warrior that can fight off the worry. What would they like to see their worry warrior do to their worry?

Reframing:
It helps to know that you have your own worry warrior inside you that is ready to fight off your worries. You can be as strong as your worry warrior. Discuss with the adolescent ways to alleviate their worries or things that they have done to help their worries go away.

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