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Coping Skills Workbook

What is the Coping Skills Workbook?

The Coping Skills Workbook was originally developed by clinicians working in Kildare Mental Health Services. The National Clinical Programme for Early Intervention in Psychosis would like to thank the authors for giving the clinical programme permission to adapt their work and publish the workbook so that it can be used across the mental health services.

 

How to use the Coping Skills Workbook?

The Coping Skills Workbook is divided into 14 modules. Each module can be completed by service users while working with a member of their mental health team. The modules can be accessed below. The workbook has received National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) Plain English Mark.

 

Who should deliver the Coping Skills modules?

The Coping Skills Workbook should be used by clinicians who have completed training in its use and are attending supervision with a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT) and or Psychologist.

Clinical Strategy and Programmes Division