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brick that is laid sideways at the top of a wall


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As applied to alcohol dependence (Abrams and Niaura 1987), these principles postulate a central role for coping skills.
Professional school counselors develop coping skills to avoid burnout.
The findings suggest that rehabilitation practitioners should focus on instilling in their clients coping skills that directly seek to: (a) enhance more positive attitudes and beliefs in one's ability to challenge the disease; (b) plan and implement strategies to address daily living problems triggered by the functional limitations (e.
In addition, CET teaches a variety of coping skills for dealing with urges caused by such cues.
Participants learn safety and emotional coping skills, along with personal emergency preparedness skills.
Developing everyday coping skills in the early years; proactive strategies for supporting social and emotional development.
By talking about death and dying as a normal and natural subject, it enables bereaved children to have better coping skills.
I wanted to de-stress and learn coping skills to help me in a professional setting, especially how to deal with customers and co-workers in a calm manner," she said.
Our senior informants indicate they have strong coping skills and largely demonstrate that they are resilient and unimpeded by initial barriers or obstacles.
Designed to enhance coping skills and social networks, the program also seeks to stabilize living and financial situations as well.
Psychological and psychosocial factors as well as poor coping skills have been correlated with unhealthy eating and obesity.
Their approach, adapted from one for treating anxiety disorders, is an evidence-based treatment program for children from ages nine to 15 for resolving symptoms and increasing coping skills, using 16 sessions in four phases: strengthening the psychosocial context, enhancing coping skills, processing the trauma through gradual exposure, and addressing special issues and preventing relapse, with four sessions with parents and caregivers.
Situations such as a new job, relocation or loss of a loved one are all life events that need coping skills to avoid weight regain.
A case study shows the application of coping skills training and dialectical behavioral therapy in clinical practice.
Hypnotic techniques may also facilitate the important task of working through traumatic memories, increase coping skills, and promote a sense of competency.