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Cave Man Brain Stress Response Chart

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Teach how thoughts, feelings, and the body are connected though this mindfulness & CBT based chart

Based on CBT, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Interventions, this chart is great for teaching stress management techniques.

How to Use this Chart

Start with the brain body stress response side. Have your client reflect upon how they feel during a session, or even a friend or family member during a conversation. In addition, you can also do use this chart as a tool to help people make sense of past life events, decisions, or mistakes. For example, a heated argument they had with their spouse that got out of hand that resulted in regretful words being said. Ask them to read each level of the chart starting at ten, and stopping when they find the number they agree with most. Then, explain that the more emotionally flooded on is, the less able they are to make rationale, good decisions. Once a person is in the "red zone," the most they are in a head space that is less conducive to productive choices. Then, flip the chart over.

How to manage stress & teach mindful conflict.

Then ask them what they are or were feeling, and write it down with the free dry erase marker that came with your purchase. Then, ask them WHERE they felt it. Remind them to "check in," on these two factors once they begin to feel heated or angry in any situation, and self asses if they are in a good place to speak kind words, say what they have to say, and have productive talks and decisions. Then, add all of what you learned in the session to the clients file!

Product Details

  • double sided lamented chart
  • free dry erase marker included with purchase</