Simplified Emotion Wheel
- based on Junto/Genenva/Plutchik emotion wheel
How To 'Drop Anchor'
Dropping anchor is a useful skill to learn.
- Handle difficult thoughts, feelings, emotions, memories, urges, and sensations more effectively.
- Switch off auto-pilot and engage in life; ground and steady yourself in difficult situations.
- Disrupt rumination, obsessing and worrying.
- Focus your attention on the task or activity you are doing; develop more self-control
- Use as a ‘circuit-breaker’ for impulsive, compulsive, aggressive, addictive or other problematic behaviours.
Alfred & Shadow
A short story about emotions (education psychology health animation)
How Mindfulness Empowers Us
A video by Superdoodle on Vimeo
RAIN: A Practice of Radical Compassion
By Tara Brach
Self Care Wheel
A list of wellness tools created by participants of the Wellness Groups at the Canadian Mental Health Association, Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge (C.M.H.A. H.K.P.R) through lived experience.
This list was created to inspire others to create their own Wellness Toolbox
Take in the Good