Coping Skills For Worries, Racing, And Intrusive Thoughts
As parents, caregivers, and teachers — it’s our job to help young people cope the right way when they’re struggling with negative thoughts. These thoughts include worry thoughts, racing thoughts, and intrusive thoughts, which may result from a stressful event or an underlying mental health problem.
This handout shows different coping skills for worries, racing, and intrusive thoughts. It includes strategies like meditation, listening to music, and spending time with your pet or taking a walk in nature!
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