Positive Self Statements for Coping with PTSD
Using coping statements can help replace negative thoughts with more realistic and positive ones. Each time you feel stressed due to a trauma trigger, you can recite a trauma coping statement or read it from a card or this handout.
Parents, teachers, social workers, and mental health professionals may print this handout and give it to someone who needs it. It can also be displayed on a wall for kids, teens, and adults to see and learn from.
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- File: PDF
- Size: 8.5" x 11"
This was a perfect infographic to help people see how they can start using positive affirmations for mind change. Also, I cannot wait to use more of their worksheets when I start working with teens.
Thank you, Gina! Please don't forget to check our other worksheets, handouts, and posters.
Very happy with item! Will use with clients.
A great illustrated way to explain to my clients how trauma works.