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Healthy Coping Skills Poster

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Healthy coping skills refer to the strategies and techniques individuals use to manage stress and handle challenging situations in a constructive manner. Research shows that helping children develop coping skills from an early age allows them to maintain mental and emotional health long-term. Younger children tend to use more behavioral coping strategies compared to cognitive strategies since their cognitive abilities are still developing.

The Healthy Coping Skills Poster presents 16 coping skills clients can use to manage daily challenges in their lives. Examples of these skills are deep breathing, enjoying nature, meditation, and getting enough sleep. The design of the poster is versatile and suited for various environments such as schools, clinics, workplaces, and homes.

When kids and teens regularly practice any of these skills, they can feel more in control of their emotions and actions. Adults can set a positive example by practicing healthy coping skills themselves. For example, they can practice deep breathing to demonstrate calmness during a stressful moment.

This poster is applicable to all-ages. Explore our Coping Skills Alphabet to support younger clients, and our 101 Coping Skills For Teens for adolescents.

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References:

  1. Frydenberg, E., Deans, J., & Liang, R. (2021). Developing coping skills in the early years: a positive educational approach. In Springer eBooks (pp. 369–393). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-64537-3_15
  2. Pimenta, S. M., Hunter, S. C., Rasmussen, S., Cogan, N., & Martin, B. (2021). Young people’s coping strategies when dealing with their own and a friend’s symptoms of poor mental health: a Qualitative study. Journal of Adolescent Research, 074355842110621. https://doi.org/10.1177/07435584211062115
  3. Polatcı, S., Antalyalı, Ö. L., Alparslan, A. M., & Yastıoğlu, S. (2023). Young people’s happiness in the context of negative life events and coping strategies: a latent profile and latent class analysis. BMC Psychology, 11(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40359-023-01343-8
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