Problem-solving worksheet

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Overview

When faced with a particular problem, there are a number of strategies you can use to try to solve it. Some of these are constructive and helpful, while others can be less productive. Developing a more constructive style of problem‑solving can help you cope more effectively when faced with difficult situations, and improve your overall well‑being.

Problem-solving involves a number of specific skills. This worksheet will help you develop
these skills, and will guide you through helpful steps for effective problem-solving.

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  • Contributor(s)
    APS Member Resources team
  • Publish date
    20 Oct 2015
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