Brief Group Therapy Homework Planner (Atlas of Polymer 3rd by Louis J. Bevilacqua

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4. 5. Remember to use the coping skills of deep breathing, visualization, and positive selftalk. Continue to face each fear until your rating of this situation decreases to zero or no higher than three. Journal about your attempts each day and discuss in your next group session. qxd 10/3/01 2:45 PM Page 23 Therapist’s Overview ANGER LOG GOALS OF THE EXERCISE 1. 2. 3. 4. Identify the physiological, cognitive, and behavioral signs of anger. Get a sense of how often you become angry. Get a sense of what situations trigger feelings of anger.

2. ” Break each level down into steps like before. Make a chart like the one that follows to help you. Level 1 Be able to walk around the block. Step 1 Open door and look outside for five minutes. Step 2 Walk out to the curb. Step 3 Walk to the corner. Step 4 Walk halfway around the block. Step 5 Walk all the way around the block. D 3. 4. 5. Remember to use the coping skills of deep breathing, visualization, and positive selftalk. Continue to face each fear until your rating of this situation decreases to zero or no higher than three.

1. Recall and record times when you felt uneasy in your family. 2. What feelings did you have back then? What feelings do you have now as you are thinking about it? 3. Write down what you were saying to yourself but rarely, if ever, said out loud. Or think about what you would say now. 4. ” Write about these situations, and your fears or other feelings. 5. In your next group session, discuss your experiences, thoughts, and feelings. qxd 10/3/01 2:45 PM Page 11 Therapist’s Overview WHEN IS THIS GOING TO HAPPEN?

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