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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Social Skills Training and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Social Skills Training Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Social skills are learned behaviorsWe learn them from: adults, watching others, experiences With out appropriate social skills:frustration, emotional stress, behavioral problems, delinquency,inappropriate/inadequate problem-solving skills, social resourcesturn to solutions that violate the law Ways to do social skills training:modeling, group discussion, role playing, homework For adolescents, 8 Social Skills: giving positive feedback, giving negativefeedback, accepting negative feedback,negotiation, resisting peer pressure,following instructions, problem-solving,communication Benefits of Social Skills Training: how toinitiate, maintain, and end conversations,social manners and etiquette, assertiveness, positive interaction witha multitude of people, better problem solving skills "Behavioral responses to the environmentare mediated by the thoughts or thinking of an individual" (Austin & Sciarra, 2010)Change the way an individual thinks andfeels about themselves and their environment to create a change in behavior Forms of CBT: Self-talk, self-evaluation, self-affirming ways of thinking, self-evaluation, problem solving skills, self-monitoring (triggers), relaxation skills. assertiveness skills Why is CBT helpful?- Know your triggers, more positive thoughts of self and environment can lead to more positive actions, higher self worth, learn to solve problems without aggression misbehavior etc.
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