Module 14: Problem Solving


Having completed this module, identify your current level of confidence in the following areas (1 = no confidence; 2 = some confidence; 3 = very confident).

The advantages of the problem solving approach and how to apply it 1 2 3
Ways to avoid acting on impulse 1 2 3

Now, consider the following questions:

  • How do you intend to apply problem solving to your current life?
  • How can problem solving help me to manage my emotions and behaviour?
  • What is the link between avoidant and emotional responses to problems and the potential for offending behaviour?


If you want to discuss anything covered in this module, have struggled with working through the self-help material or just want the opportunity to work through the self-help site with a practitioner to guide you then please call the Stop It Now! Helpline for confidential support from our trained staff.


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