How to Make a Coping Skills Tool Box

This is the sort of thing I’ve been telling my therapist I would do for a while. In Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient, we made distress tolerance kits and bring them into share. My kit has since been dismantled. It’s time to make a new one.

This wonderful tumblr post provides further information.

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(I take no credit.)

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