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Stress Management Coping Skills (PDF)

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Stress management coping skills are techniques that individuals use to feel calmer and improve performance when faced with challenges. One thing to note is that techniques may vary depending on a client’s age and their preference. For instance, while adults use problem-solving techniques more, younger clients benefit from breathing exercises and visualization.

This Stress Management Coping Skills PDF handout can be used as a tool in therapy sessions or for personal development. First, it defines coping skills and then presents specific examples, such as enjoying nature, watching movies, and taking a nap.

Kids and teens who use these coping skills may experience lower anxiety levels, more positive interactions, healthier relationships, and increased resilience. When used at home, parents should practice these healthy stress management skills themselves to be positive role models for their children.

For this and other full-page stress management handouts, check out our 39-page Stress Management Handouts Bundle.

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References:

  1. Chen Y, Peng Y, Xu H, O'Brien WH. Age Differences in Stress and Coping: Problem-Focused Strategies Mediate the Relationship Between Age and Positive Affect. Int J Aging Hum Dev. 2018 Jun;86(4):347-363. doi: 10.1177/0091415017720890. Epub 2017 Aug 8. PMID: 28789561.
  2. Kallianta, M. K., Katsira, X. E., Tsitsika, A. K., Vlachakis, D., Chrousos, G., Darviri, C., & Bacopoulou, F. (2021). Stress management intervention to enhance adolescent resilience: a randomized controlled trial. EMBnet.journal, 26, e967. https://doi.org/10.14806/ej.26.1.967
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