Use this worksheet to learn from a mental health crisis. By tracking your pre-crisis patterns, you may notice easy ways to avoid reaching your breaking point in the future.
Who is this crisis prevention worksheet good for?
This worksheet is good for people who have experienced:
- Relationship struggles
- Communication issues
- Explosive anger
- Health anxiety
- Existential crisis or dread
- High emotional sensitivity
How can this worksheet help?
One of the basic tenets of mental health crisis intervention is identifying personal triggers that lead to crisis. This lets you learn where to focus your crisis-prevention efforts.
Need motivation to avoid reaching your breaking point?
“Identify the triggers for your anxiety and have a plan to prevent future panic attacks” – Anxiety UK
“Doing your best doesn’t mean pushing yourself to a breaking point, it means doing what you can without harming your physical and mental health” – HearMe
“Guys don’t wait until your breaking point to open up about your mental health struggles. It’s a scary place to be and it’s a battle you can’t win alone. We may never understand what you’re going through or how you’re processing it but we care to know & help in anyway that we can” – Joel Biyinzika
- Identify Your Unhelpful Reactions To Stress
- Re-Balance Yourself With A Life Inventory
- A Menu For Improving Personal Boundaries
- Balance Your Wellbeing With Others’ Expectations
- Anger Cheat Sheet: Questions To Ask Yourself
- Make A Personal Emotional Safety Plan