coping skill


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coping skill

Any characteristic or behavioral pattern that enhances a person's adaptation. Coping skills include a stable value or religious belief system, problem solving, social skills, health-energy, and commitment to a social network.
Synonym: coping mechanism
See also: coping
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A variety of different urge-specific coping skills are taught in the sessions, including the following:
In a study conducted by Shibotosh Sen et al, "Spiritual Health of Students in Government Medical Colleges of Kolkata and their Coping Skills in a Crisis Situation," [4] the proportion of refined spiritual health was 75.
In summary, although the review of the nine clinical trials indicated that better coping skills generally were associated with better drinking outcomes, it allowed no conclusions regarding the active ingredients of CBST.
This coping-oriented cognitive-behavioral approach, therefore, focuses on the use of engagement-type coping skills to help clients change both the problematic nature of the situation and the stressful emotional responses prompted by it.
The earlier that students are exposed to intervention services designed to provide emotional support and the development of coping skills, the greater the potential effectiveness of these services.
These individuals are extremely stressed, and usually don't have the time or the financial resources to attend more formally delivered coping skills programs.
Through therapeutic interventions, Reiki energy medicine, and Shamanic healing, she was able to establish coping skills to assist her in moving beyond her pain to find healing and peace.
The AEIOU framework provides a construct which facilitates coping skills training in the diabetes clinic (Table-3).
We can help students by evaluating the depression, providing treatment to overcome depression, helping develop coping skills.
In Sources of Strength, students learn to spot the mental health problems that lead to suicidal behavior, and how to develop coping skills and access treatment.
To understand why some people can deal with stress better than others, researchers from Yale University identified the brain circuits that underlie coping skills and responses to stressful situations.
The third project, Rebound of Whatcom County's Rebound Roots Program, provides parents and their children side- by-side support to encourage positive behavior, classes that teach positive coping skills, anger management, self-awareness techniques, and communication skills for children and families dealing with behavioral and emotional issues, according to the press release.