Learn strategies for coping with different emotions

The resource below was developed to help you figure out ways to regulate emotions, depending on how much emotional distress you are feeling. All coping skills and techniques were taken from dialectical behavioral therapy, a therapy used to treat depression. 

Take your “emotional temperature” by:

  1. Clicking on the area of the thermometer where you’re “temperature” is currently at (ranging from 0 = doing well, to 10 = high distress)
  2. Learning about suggestions for how to cope with the emotions (coping skills developed from dialectical behavioral therapy).

Click here for a PDF of the emotional temperature chart + coping skills.


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Text on this page can be read to you!

Let’s face it – depression can make reading really difficult. That’s why we’ve tried to make this website as accessible as possible – no long paragraphs, and text-to-speech capabilities. Simply highlight the text you want to read and press the play button.*

*if you are using text-to-speech on a mobile phone, make sure the sound is on