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Emotion Regulation Optional Handout 16b: BEST Ways to Get REST: 12 Tips for Better Sleep Emotion Regulation Handout 17: Practice Exercise: Build Mastery, Cope Ahead, and PLEASE Skills Emotion Regulation Handout 18: The Wave Skill: Mindfulness of Current Emotions Emotion Regulation Handout 19: Check the Facts and Problem Solving Instead of saying, “I am angry”, say, “This is anger” or, “This is … emotion regulation Worksheet 15: Mindfulness of current emotions emotion regulation Worksheet 16: Troubleshooting emotion regulation Skills iv. By holding your emotions in mindful awareness, you can separate your raw emotions and the accompanying sensations from the endobj Mindfulness of thoughts 9. mindfulness and the different aspects of affect dynamics. Self-Compassion and Mindfulness The Centre for Mindfulness Studies Toronto, ON September 2015 Patricia Rockman, MD CCFP FCFP & Amy Hurley Psy.D. Linehan (1993) also used mindfulness as a core skill in her cognitive behavioural therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder. The Visitor Mindfulness exercise. Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Addictive Behaviors: Implementation Issues on the Road Ahead. Here’s how it works: Go with the flow. Mindfulness Training Targets Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Addiction at the Attention-Appraisal-Emotion Interface. Accept What Is. Reacting in an accepting way towards your emotion, often changes the effect the emotion has on you. Identify and label the emotion. � It also helps individuals recognize, tolerate, and cope with negative emotions (“Extinguish addiction,” 2016). Step back from the emotion and describe the experiences 3 0 obj 2 0 obj All it requires is shifting from auto-pilot to awareness at any time .3 Learn to be the witness of your thoughts and emotions. Everyday Mindfulness A guide to using mindfulness to improve your well-being and reduce stress and anxiety in your life. 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