Grades 9-Adult Metamorphosis of the Mind Mental Health Curriculum Package




Metamorphosis of the Mind Mental Health

1 Emotional Wounds

  • Learn the definition of Emotional Wounds.
  • Understand when Emotional Wounds can occur.
  • Identify examples of emotional wounds.

2 Threats and Needs

  • Understand the hierarchy of needs.
  • Learn that physical and personal needs are threatened when there are emotional wounds.
  • Identify when needs are threatened.
  • Review three different scenarios. Write the needs that are threatened as a result of the events.

3 Decoding the Emotional Wound

  • Learn the components to decoding an emotional wound.
  • Learn how a misbelief (lie) is formed.
  • Decode the emotional wounds from a Case Study.

4 Triggers

  • Learn the definition of a trigger.
  • Revisit previous scenarios to apply new knowledge.
  • Identify possible triggers in previous scenarios.

5 Flaws, Lies, and Character

  • Learn the definition of a flaw.
  • Learn how lies help form flaws and how flaws affect character.
  • Match characteristics with lies.

6 Response to Loss or Conflict

  • Learn about Short Term Energy Relieving Behaviors (STERBSs).
  • Learn the association of personal characteristics to STERBs.
  • Identify feelings, needs, and possible responses (STERBs) to loss or conflict.

7 Charting the Connection

  • Review the connection in a loss scenario.
  • Graph the connection in a loss scenario to show the timeline of events and the intensity of the event.
  • Chart Grief in a Timeline

8 Mapping the Loss

  • Learn the definition of grief.
  • Learn how grief can affect everyday life.
  • Map a loss on a Grief Chart

9 Remembering Sweet Memories

  • Review a grief scenario.
  • Select the events which include a loving memory.
  • Identify loving memories related to the grief scenario.

10 Regrets and Guilt

  • Learn when it is appropriate to apologize.
  • Select events where apologies are appropriate in a grief scenario.
  • Write an apology statement.

11 Forgiveness

  • Learn what it means to forgive.
  • Select events where apologies are needed.
  • Write a forgiveness statement.

12 Emotional Memories

  • Learn about Emotional Memories.
  • Distinguish between positive and negative memories.
  • Write positive and negative memories in a paragraph.

13 My Story

  • Learn how to write a Closing Letter.
  • Compiling memories, apologies, forgiveness, and emotional memories to make a story.
  • Write a closing letter using your story.

14 Building Empowerment

  • Learn about various energy sources.
  • Learn how to build empowerment using empathy, connections and gifts.
  • Identify ways to build empowerment in a negative scenario.

15 Becoming Resilient

  • Learning the Secret.
  • Learn the difference between Empathy versus Sympathy
  • Identify ways to build resilience.
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