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Emotional eating library

Healther coping skills worksheet

Developing a healthier set of coping skills for negative emotional states can be an incredibly helpful tool for clients. Here's a practical guide explaining healthier coping skills with interactive elements.

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Hunger type

Helping a person to have a better understanding of the hunger they may be experiencing will allow them to better honour / manage it.

Cute Hungry Puppy

Overcoming body checking

Body checking is a form of critical self-reflection which can drive low mood and coping mechanisms / abusive behaviours. This document covers body checking as well as provides practical exercise in overcoming body checking.


Pinpointing "triggers"

It's important to focus on the "why" driving a behaviour rather than ruminating on the outcome itself. Helping someone identify their "trigger(s)" can allow them to better realize an effective solution.

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Mindful eating

The original step by step guide to practicing mindful eating as adapted from the foundational literary work.

Resting Surfer

Urge surfing

Urges precede many of our unwanted / undesired behaviours. Learning how to "surf" the emotional wave of a surge can help us better understand these urges and even act out more desirable behaviours.

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