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Reacting vs Responding

Reacting vs Responding


Have you ever noticed what actions you taken when something unexpected happens? Do you generally act immediately, or do you tend to take a step back when possible? Sometimes, we need to act right away without thinking, this is called reacting. Having the ability to react is important in emergencies and other situations, however, sometimes we can find ourselves reacting in situations that don't need immediate action. In these situations, we can try to respond. Responding prompts us to take a step back and assess situations before we act. This allows us to identify and regulate our emotions and think about our actions before we move forward. 

This bundle includes education on the react vs respond model, perfect for mental health professionals supporting clients such as therapists, counselors, psychologists, and more. Also great as a teaching aid for teachers and educators. 


8.5 x 11 inches




  • 1 PDF File
  • 6 Pages


This file is for personal use only and cannot be altered, reproduced or resold commercially.

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