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Emotion Regulation Skills: PLEASE Worksheet
On this page, we provided you with an Emotion Regulation Skills: PLEASE Worksheet. It will help you to regulate your emotions.
What is Emotion Regulation Skills: PLEASE Worksheet?
In Dialectical Behavior Therapy, emotional regulation is all about being resilient towards unwanted and negative emotions. It teaches you to stop the pessimistic thoughts, feelings and regulate them into productive emotions. We will discuss one of the most widely used skills in DBT for emotion regulation, which is the PLEASE Skill. Given below is the break down of the Acronyms involves:
- P & L Physical Illness (treat)
- Eating (balance)
- Altering drugs (avoid mood-altering drugs)
- Sleep (balance)
- Exercise (get)
- Mastery (build)
How will the Emotion Regulation Skills: PLEASE Worksheet help
By reading this, you will get to know the different ways to regulate your emotions. Whenever you face a difficult situation, you don’t let the case take control of you; instead, you control the situation.
Instructions of the Emotion Regulation Skills: PLEASE Worksheet
To use the Emotion Regulation Skills: PLEASE Worksheet. Whenever you encounter anxiety-provoking situations, analyze the problem first, and then simply take out the worksheet and start filling it.
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