- 1 What is the Brave program?
- 2 Is the Brave program free?
- 3 How can I be brave online?
- 4 What is Camp cope a lot?
- 5 What is the CBT approach?
- 6 How can I help my child with anxiety books?
- 7 How can I be brave in any situation?
- 8 How can I be brave in tough times?
- 9 What ages cope with cats?
- 10 What is cat project?
What is the Brave program?
The BRAVE Program is based on Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and has been running in Australia for over 13 years. Therapy techniques used in this program include: relaxation training, identification of emotions and thoughts, positive self-talk, coping skills, problem solving and graded exposure.
Is the Brave program free?
‘BRAVE’ is a free online treatment program which is based on cognitive behavioural therapy and designed for young people aged 8 to 17 years experiencing anxiety. There is also a supporting program for the young person’s parents.
How can I be brave online?
How to be BRAVE online
- Get Help. If you stand up against radicalisation as a community, your actions will be more powerful and visible.
- Build Tailored Counter-Narratives. Your priority in building counter-narratives should be to sow seeds of doubt.
- Long-term Engagement.
What is Camp cope a lot?
Camp Cope-A-Lot is a 12-module online program for use with children suffering from anxiety. The computer program provides cognitive behavioral therapy techniques (based on the Coping Cat treatment) for 7 to 13 year old children and teens struggling with anxiety and stress.
What is the CBT approach?
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychological treatment that has been demonstrated to be effective for a range of problems including depression, anxiety disorders, alcohol and drug use problems, marital problems, eating disorders, and severe mental illness.
How can I help my child with anxiety books?
“What to Do When You Worry Too Much” is an interactive self- help book designed to guide 6-12 year olds and their parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques most often used in the treatment of generalized anxiety.
How can I be brave in any situation?
10 Ways to Live a More Courageous Life
- Embrace vulnerability. People who live fear-based lives often have little or no confidence in themselves.
- Admit you have fears.
- Face your fears.
- Think positively.
- Reduce your stress.
- Demonstrate courage.
- Know failure but press forward.
- Cope with risk and uncertainty.
How can I be brave in tough times?
I really do believe that some of our biggest acts of bravery, of courage, come during times of crisis. I know that we can continue to keep our heads up and our feet moving forward.
- Let go.
- Be grateful.
- Move the goal post.
- Make plans.
- Do something new.
- Eat well, within reason.
- Turn it off.
What ages cope with cats?
As a rough guideline, the Coping Cat program is recommended for youth ages 7 to 13. For older youth (13 to 17 years) we suggest the C.A. T. project (Kendall, Choudhury, Hudson, & Webb, 2002).
What is cat project?
The C.A.T. Project is a 16-session program for adolescents with anxiety. It is cognitive-behavioral in nature, and provides psychoeducation and requires exposure tasks. The program provides education about anxiety, skills for identifying and managing anxiety, and an approach to face one’s fears and develop mastery.