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  Resource Toolkit  

These are a few of the tried-and-true tools to deal with anxiety, depression and truama.

Practice these to build your new superpower of self-care.

Don't forget to check out our BLOG for more resources.

We will be adding and updating this page frequently. Check back soon to see new tools. 
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Box Breathing

This exercise is good at distracting the mind, regulating the nervous system, and decreasing stress that elite athletes, military, and astronauts practice this breathing exercise.

Window of Tolerance

Finding your comfort zone

The Window of Tolerance is a tool used to describe the space where we are comfortable and feeling safe.  


Learning the signs that you are either hyper aroused or hypo aroused, and then doing things that help you feel calm and safe, is the practice of returning to the Window of Tolerance.


5, 4, 3, 2, 1

Using the 5-4-3-2-1 technique, you will purposefully take in the details of your surroundings using each of your senses.


Strive to notice small details that your mind would usually tune out, such as distant sounds, or the texture of an ordinary object.

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Portrait Through Bubble

Protective Bubble

  • Sitting or standing.

  • Close your eyes and relax your body.

  • Now visualize a bubble surrounding you.

  • Know that this bubble holds you in a safe, calm, and relaxing place.

  • You are free from harm. 

Portrait Through Bubble

Short Reads


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