Teacher Techniques

While the title may be incongruent [Procedure/Technique] we will allow the Slavic dolls to confuse the title, but not the nature. These are techniques that can be used by teachers to achieve specific goals. However, they are more similar in some ways to group instruction and play. Their overriding characteristic is that they involve a helper with a group of people and thus have a connection and characteristics of that multi-person milieu.

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01 Perceiving Reflex Thoughts

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled ‘Thoughts & Feelings’ and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger...

02 Altering Limited Thinking Patterns

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled ‘Thoughts & Feelings’ and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger...

03 Changing Distressing Thoughts

The enclosed technique and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled ‘Thoughts & Feelings’ and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger...

04 Relaxation

The enclosed technique and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled ‘Thoughts & Feelings’ and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger...

05 Worry Control

Clinical Prompt Step 1 Relaxation [ See Technique #04] Daily full progressive muscle relaxation procedure Five [05] times daily cue-controlled relaxation routine Step 2 Risk Assessment Procedure estimating probability predicting outcome Step 3 Worry Exposure Procedure...

06 Thought Stopping

Clinical Prompt Step 1 List Unwanted Thoughts Step 2 List Pleasant Thoughts Step 3 Entertain Unwanted Thoughts Step 4 Interrupt Unwanted Thoughts Step 5 Switch to Pleasant Thoughts Step 6 Repeat with variations - shout - normal voice - whisper - subvocal Step 7 Use in...

07 Flooding

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled ‘Thoughts & Feelings’ and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger...

08 Coping with Panic

Introduction When a panic attack strikes, there's an overwhelming feeling of terror that you could die or completely lose control. Your body reacts with a host of stress symptoms that may include a racing heart, shortness of breath, a flushed feeling, weakness,...

09 Coping Imagery

Clinical Prompt Coping imagery helps the child: see themselves handling an anxiety-arousing situation successfully prepare relaxation and cognitive coping strategies specifically tailored for this situation rehearse and refine their coping strategies at crucial...

10 Stress Inoculation

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled “Thoughts & Feelings and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis, and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger...

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