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Stress-O-Meter Chart

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Learn or teach how stress influences decision making, and how thoughts and feelings are interconnected

Based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) this chart teaches clients, patients, colleagues, friends, or family the relationship between stress, our body's, and our thoughts! Also a great tool for teaching people how to deal with stress, or stress management.

Were you or they in a calm, logical head space to make a rationale decision?

Start with the brain-body stress response side. Have a patient, client, or person you know (such as yourself! recount an instance in which they got in a bad argument, made a bad decision, or otherwise acted passionately and irrationally. Then, ask them how stressed they were from a 1 to 10, and have them read the different levels of stress that influence their physiological states. Have them read all of the levels, or just the one they selected, as this will simply help them on their journey of psycho-education. After that, ask them or yourself if they were in a position to make a level headed, rationale decision. Then, ask them to what degree did their thoughts influence their feelings, and how did their feelings alter their thoughts.

Understanding the relationship between thoughts and feelings

Now, flip the chart over to the "Change your thoughts, change your feelings," side. This Stress Management technique is great for educating people about how their thoughts and feelings are interconnected. Simply have your colleague, patient, client, or self rate their beliefs about themselves from scale of one to ten. Then, have them rate their disturbing feelings. Compare & contrast the two with your subject or self, and how these two parts of self inter-mingle and feed on one another.

  • double sided chart
  • free dry erase marker
  • lamenated for continuous use