Coping with Change Workbook – Featured Product!

Coping with Change WorkbookFacilitator Reproducible Guided Self-Exploration Activities

In today’s society, many people find themselves living through multiple, extensive, often debilitating changes in their lives. Change manifests itself in many facets of a person’s life including: workplace, health, home and family, and social network.

Although change has always been a part of the lives of human beings, the rate of this change is increasing exponentially, increasing the stress in people’s lives. Change is not going to stop, and must be managed carefully to avoid elevated stress levels to continue over extended periods of time. The ability to cope with change is rapidly becoming a critical life skill that can be the difference between living a life of success or one of disappointment.

The Coping with Change Workbook contains assessments and guided self-exploration activities that can be used with a variety of populations to help participants cope more effectively with the various forms of change. Each chapter of this workbook begins with an annotated Table of Contents with notes and examples for the facilitator. Each chapter contains two primary elements:

1. A set of assessments to help participants gather information about themselves in a focused situation, and
2. A set of guided self-exploration activities to help participants process information and learn more effective ways of behaving to cope with anxiety in their lives.

The activities are divided into four chapters to help you identify and select assessments easily and quickly:

Chapter 1: Types of Change helps participants identify and explore the changes that are currently occurring in their lives, as well as identify and explore the changes they anticipate in the future.
Chapter 2: Change Management helps participants identify the life skills they possess in managing the change in their lives.
Chapter 3: Ways to Cope with Change helps participants explore how well they are coping with change in their lives, and learn some techniques for enhancing their ability to cope with change.
Chapter 4: My Attitude helps participants explore their attitudes related to future change in their lives.

All of the guided activates are fully reproducible for use with your clients/participants.

1 thought on “Coping with Change Workbook – Featured Product!

  1. D. R. Schryer

    I suffered from anxiety, panic attacks, and agoraphobia for about 25 years during which time I unsuccessfully underwent treatment by several psychiatrists and clinical psychologists who were convinced that my problem was psychological. Breathing correctly helped me somewhat, but I achieved the most dramatic results a few years ago when I began taking a daily supplement of 1,000 mg of chelated magnesium for an unrelated ailment. To my pleasant surprise the supplemental magnesium which I took not only cured the ailment for which I was taking it, it also significantly relieved my anxiety and panic attacks — so much so that I haven’t had a panic attack, or seen a psychiatrist or psychologist, for several years. Magnesium is a natural relaxant and, in my case, my anxiety and panic attacks seem to have been caused by significant deficiency of this natural relaxant. The importance of magnesium for preventing anxiety and panic attacks is discussed by Dr. Carolyn Dean in her excellent book The Magnesium Miracle, which is available from Incidentally, in The Magnesium Miracle Dr. Dean also discusses the role of supplemental magnesium for the prevention and mitigation of several other ailments including heart arrhythmia, high blood pressure, asthma, osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes, and acid reflux.


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.