Mood Management: A Cognitive-Behavioral Skills-Building Program for Adolescents, Skills Workbook

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Carol A. Langelier

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    Clip Art

    All clip art used in this workbook was obtained from the following sources:

    • Corel Graphics Pack 1995

      Corel Corporation

    • Microsoft Publisher 97 CD Deluxe

      Microsoft Corporation

    Dedication

    To my family, friends, and mentors for their support, wisdom, and belief in emotional wellness.

    Acknowledgments

    The creation of the Mood Management Skills Workbook as well as the program for which it was designed could not have been accomplished without the support and cooperation of many people. I express my gratitude to my colleagues for their continued and enthusiastic support of the Mood Management Program. I am truly fortunate to work with these talented individuals. Their effort to move adolescents toward emotional wellness by encouraging participation in the Mood Management Program is sincerely appreciated.

    I extend a special thanks to the counselors who have worked as coleaders in the Mood Management Program. Their insightful and skilled comments during group sessions as well as their willingness to share ideas for revisions of the Skills Workbook have played a key role in the success of the Mood Management Program. It is with the deepest respect that I thank Carolyn Arndt, Sandra Belair, John Chappell, Sheila Evjy, Maureen McGill, and Brenda Poznanski for their invaluable assistance in this endeavor.

    I also thank those who have strongly supported and encouraged the use of the Mood Management Program in their schools. Sincere appreciation is extended to Nancy Duffy, Dr. P. Alan Pardy, Deborah Sadowski, and Robert Scully for their enthusiastic support of the Mood Management Program.

    Lastly, I thank the adolescents who have participated in this program. Their desire to move toward emotional wellness by learning the skills promoted in this program is a process that deserves our utmost respect. I am truly honored that they have been willing to allow me to take part in their journey.

    Epigraph

    The greater part of our happiness or misery depends on our dispositions and not on our circumstances. We carry the seeds of one or the other about with us in our minds wherever we go.

    MarthaWashington
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    Appendix B: Action Plans

    My Action Plan

    The emotion(s) that has caused me difficulty is: ___

    This emotion has stopped me from: _____

    The small goal I would like to achieve is: ____

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    Appendix C: Thought Records

    Mood Management Thought Record

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    About the Author

    Carol A. Langelier, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and member of the adjunct faculty at Rivier College, where she teaches courses in the Graduate Counseling and School Psychology programs. She is employed as a school psychologist in New Hampshire. Her experience working with adolescents is extensive. She has been employed in clinical inpatient and outpatient settings as well as schools during her career as a teacher, counselor, and psychologist. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the American Counseling Association, and the National Association of School Psychologists. Her interests include multicultural counseling. She has authored and coauthored articles in this area and has presented at national conferences on multicultural identity development. She also works as a diversity trainer, providing workshops to schools on the cultural context of education.

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