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Depression Coping Skills Tracker

By Michael Vallejo, LCSW

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• Width: 8.5"
• Height: 11"
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Managing the mental health of young people with depression requires different kinds of treatment. One of the ways you can help a child or teen is by encouraging them to practice depression coping skills throughout the week. Examples of these skills include spending time in nature, working on their goals, and saying encouraging phrases to themselves.

This worksheet is a helpful tool to increase self-awareness of coping skills. Keeping track of coping skills can remind them to practice them regularly and feel better. Below the worksheet, they’ll find a list of coping skills to get started with.