Depression

Almost 15 million adults in the United States have depression, and it is probably one of the most common things you treat in your practice. Help your clients recognize and treat their symptoms with our mental health worksheets for adults. Between Sessions also offers audio files, posters, handouts, assessments, games and more for adults dealing with depression. Our CBT therapy worksheets are designed and developed by professionals, so you can count on their quality. Download group therapy worksheets for adults, and be sure to check out the therapy resources for children and teens coping with depression, too.

Breaking the Cycle of Stress and Depression — The connection between stress and depression is complex and circular, but this worksheet is designed to break the cycle by teaching people ways to reduce the effects of stress biochemical. (0517, wellness, stress, depression)

Increasing Positive Feelings — This worksheet is designed to evoke positive feelings and simultaneously demonstrate that you can “change the channel” on your emotions. PDF (0216, depression, CBT, positive psychology)

Creating Your Future — This worksheet is designed to help individuals think about their future and see that they have the power to create the kind of lives they want. PDF (quick, 1015, values clarification)

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Mindful Coloring — Mindful coloring is a simple way to teach the benefits of mindful meditation. This coloring book includes an introduction about the basic premise of mindfulness and 11 coloring pages. PDF (mindfulness, ACT, DBT, 0416).

bullet Assessments
Understanding Your Signature Strengths — This rating scale asks people to identify and rate how often they use their signature strengths as a way to increase their happiness. (depression, authentic happiness, positive psychology, 0317)

Are You Grieving Too Long? — This assessment tool will help you determine if a client has Complicated Grief Disorder, a condition where extreme grief over the loss of a loved one is continuing longer than would normally be expected. The tool contains criteria for this condition, as well as an assessment worksheet for clients to help them understand the symptoms of this disorder. Form Type: PDF (0815)

5-Step Suicide Evaluation Procedure — This 5-Step Assessment Procedure is considered the best-practice for mental health professionals in assessing a client’s risk of suicide. (PDF) 0713

Suicide Risk Factors — This form can be used to assess specific risk factors in clients who have talked about suicide. Form Type: PDF (0515)

The General Self-Efficacy Scale — This simple 5-minute assessment can be used to assess self-efficacy, a measure of whether a person perceives that he can accomplish tasks and achieve goals. Lower scores may suggest a vulnerability to depression or other mental health problems. Higher scores indicate resiliency. PDF

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Guided Imagery Walk Through the Forest-Audio — This guided imagery audio can be used to teach relaxation skills as a way to cope with anxiety, depression, physical problems, emotional volatility, and stress related disorders. Running time: 8.5 minutes. Form Type: PDF & MP3

Progressive Muscle Relaxation — Progressive Muscle Relaxation: This tool includes a link to a 12-minute audio which can be used to guide clients through progressive muscle relaxation. It also includes a chart to help a person develop the habit of spending time each day practicing relaxation. File Type: PDF plus Audio. (0215)

Five-Finger Relaxation Audio — This six minute audio file guides listeners towards a state of relaxation and well-being by having them imagine four scenes from their past using visual, audio, and kinesthetic images. This technique was developed by Dr. David Cheek and recorded by Dartmouth College Health Services. It was edited by Martin Grant. Right click to open and play the file, then left click on the black screen if you wish to download the file. Type: MP3 (914) (BT)

Mindful Meditation Audio — This audio was produced by Dartmouth College Health Center, and can be used with clients as an introduction to the technique of Mindful Meditation. The background music is from “ERH” on the FreeSound Project. Editing by Martin Grant. Left click to listen to the recording and right click to download the MP3 file. Time: 31 minutes.

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Types of Medication for Depression & Anxiety — This chart summarizes common medications used for depression and anxiety. PDF

bullet Ebooks
Overcoming Depression-Workbook — This assignment book contains 44 activities to help people overcome their symptoms and develop the habits associated with happiness. (0517)

bullet Forms
Talking to Someone Who Is Suicidal — This form is designed to help people understand the importance of talking to someone who is suicidal and to overcome obstacles to doing this. PDF

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Thinking About Emotions Game — This worksheet is designed to help people think and talk about their feelings. Players pitch a penny on the worksheet and then talk about the feeling where the penny lands. The game can be played in a small group or even by an individual. (emotional intelligence, depression, communication, social skills, 0317)

Show Your Feelings Role Play Games — Get people talking about their feelings with three “cut and tape” dice games. These games are fun to play and a great way to encourage kids, teens, or even adults to talk about their feelings. PDF

bullet Handouts
Suicide Warning Signs-Wallet Card — Lives can be saved when you print out and cut out this simple wallet card created by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The card is meant to give people an always handy reminder of suicide warning signs and of course the number of the Lifeline 800-273-TAlK (8255). (Depression, 0512)

Motivational Bookmarks — These bookmarks can be used to remind clients about the importance of self-encouragement. PDF

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Tolerate Stress-Mini-Poster — This mini-post is a humorous reminder that life can be hard at times but we can learn to tolerate our difficulties. PDF (DBT, emotional intelligence, 0616)

Caring-Emotional Intelligence Mini-Poster — This mini-poster reminds us about the importance of showing that you care. PDF (0316, emotional intelligence, caring)

Kindness-Pass it On Poster — This poster is designed to help people remember the importance of daily acts of kindness. Form Type: PDF (0715)

Daily Gratitude — This mini-poster can be used to help remind people of the importance of gratitude in their lives. PDF

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Acting Opposite to Your Impulses — If you find that your emotions are causing you to behave in ways which are self-defeating, you can use this worksheet to find out what happens if you do the opposite of what you would normally do. (DBT, CBT, Behavior Program, 1016)

bullet Worksheets
Motivating Yourself to Change — This worksheet asks people to consider how they can motivate themselves to change in therapy. The worksheet presents 10 different ways to change and asks people to rate them and pick three ideas which would be most helpful. (therapy homework, motivation, 0617)

Does Your Depression Hurt You — This worksheet is designed to help people keep track of physical symptoms associated with their depression. (0619)

Practicing Compassionate Self-Care — This worksheet helps people learn to treat themselves with more compassion, much like they would treat a loved one in need. (depression, self-care, 0517)

Solving Your Problems One Step At a Time — This form is intended to help people who are depressed set goals that will make them happier and help them feel more fulfilled in their lives. (depression, goal setting, problem-solving, 0417)

How Do You Want to Be Treated? — This worksheet is designed to help people think about how others can help them with their psychological problems. The worksheet asks them to think about both the things that they want from others as well as the things they don’t want. (depression, social skills, communication, 0417)

Three Good Things That Happened Today — This worksheet can be used to help alleviate depression by having people simply list three good things that happen each day. Studies have suggested that this simple technique can help lift the mood of even extremely depressed people. (positive psychology, depression, 0417)

Imagining Your Best Possible Self — This exercise asks people to think about positive aspects of their lives in the future. There are five worksheets asking people to think about their family, relationships, job/career, health, and lifestyle. This exercise has been used in numerous research studies as a way to help people have a more positive mood. (depression, 0417, positive psychology)

Do Not Put Yourself Down — This worksheet is designed to help people stop putting themselves down with negative thoughts and statements. Clients are asked to make seven copies of the worksheet, and use one worksheet each day for a week. They are asked to cross out a penny each time they have a negative thought. By the end of the week, they should still have all the pennies in the jar on their worksheet. (depression, CBT, thought changing_0317)

Practicing Self-Calming and Self-Caring Techniques — This worksheet is designed to encourage people to practice both self-care and self-calming techniques on a daily basis. The worksheet lists types of techniques are effective in each category and includes a form to record the use of these techniques for 21 days (the time it takes to form a habit). (PTSD, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, 0217)

What Has Helped You? — This worksheet asks clients to consider anything that might have helped them in finding solutions to their problems, whether it was something they learned in therapy or something they learned on their own, such as self-help books, advice from a friend, sudden insights, and so on. (0217)

Creating A Better Day — This worksheet is designed to help depressed clients become more active. The first page asks the user to think of various meaningful activities that they enjoy doing. The second page asks the user to schedule at least two activities to do each day for a week. (depression, CBT, 0217)

What Went Right? — This worksheet is designed to help people develop a more positive attitude towards themselves and others by having them focus on three things that went right each day and what they did to make these things a positive experience. (depression, happiness, positive thinking, CBT, 0217)

Overcoming Setbacks — This worksheet is designed to help people anticipate how they will handle setbacks in overcoming their mental health problems. It asks people to think about the kinds of triggers that might cause a setback as well as the skills they have used before to handle problems. (anxiety, depression, symptoms, termination, 1216)

Anticipating Difficult Holiday Interactions — This worksheet is designed to help people deal with difficult interactions during a holiday event. The worksheet asks the user to think about what kind of difficult interactions are likely to occur and consider positive ways to respond. (holiday stress, communication, difficult people, 1116)

Creating A Better Holiday — This worksheet is intended to help people who normally dread the holidays, plan meaningful activities that will make these days (and all days) personally fulfilling. (depression, social isolation, loneliness, 1116)

Are Your Judgments Causing You Problems — This worksheet is designed to help people think about their negative judgements and how these affect their moods and behavior. The worksheet asks individuals to think about how they judge others as well as themselves. (DBT, CBT, anxiety, depression, 1116)

The Costs and Benefits of Your Problem Behaviors — This worksheet is designed to help people develop insight into their problem behaviors, including the positive as well as the negative consequences. The worksheet is intended to help people step back from just judging themselves negatively and to see how their problem behaviors play a functional role in their daily lives. This worksheet can be used in writing a CBT oriented treatment plan. (CBT, DBT)

Learning to Accept Reality — Learning to accept reality is an important part of living in the present. Distorting reality can lead to depression, anxiety, disappointment in your relationships and more. This worksheet has three parts to help people understand how they distort memories from their past, events in the present, and thoughts about their future. PDF (DBT, CBT, Thought-Changing)

Seeking Awe — This worksheet is designed to help people experience the positive effects of awe. PDF (CBT,ACT, happiness, values, depression)

Loving Kindness Meditation — This worksheet is designed to teach people the technique of Loving Kindness Meditation. Research suggests that this simple meditation can have a long term effect on people’s happiness. PDF (ACT, meditation, happiness, depression, 0616)

Compromising With Yourself — This worksheet is intended to help people make compromises rather than be stuck between two extreme positions. PDF (DBT, CBT, problem-solving)

Practicing Mindfulness — Research has shown that mindful meditation can have significant physical and mental health benefits, but only when it is practiced on a regular basis. This worksheet is designed to help people keep track of their sessions, what they experienced during the sessions, and the after-effects. PDF (mindfulness, ACT, DBT, 0416).

How Do You Deal with Emotional Pain? — This worksheet can be used to help people record the thoughts, feelings, sensations, and memories that caused them emotional pain as well as to note what behavioral responses are triggered and whether these were positive or negative. PDF (0316, DBT, Emotional Regulation)

Soothing Yourself When You Are Upset — Learning to calm down when you are upset is a critical part of emotional intelligence. This worksheet shows seven activities that trigger the production of biochemicals which calm the mind and body A second page asks people to keep track of which activities they use and how these activities affect their mood. PDF (0316, DBT, ACT, emotional regulation)

Take A Break From Stress — Take a vacation from stress and dedicate just one day to living “stress free.” Sometimes this is harder than you think! At the end of the day, think about how you were able to create stress-free time, and how you can apply this to your normal life. Stress is a normal part of life and learning to control and cope with stress is an important part of good mental health. PDF

What If You Won The Lottery? — This worksheet asks people to think about something that would represent great happiness (good fortune) in their lives and ways they can improve their chances of making this happen. PDF (0216)

Building Your Support System — This worksheet is designed to help people think about the people in their support system and the kinds of support they might be missing. PDF (0116)

Thinking in Full Color — This worksheet is designed to teach to avoid looking at their problems with absolute (black and white) thinking. Absolute thinking distorts reality and limits choices. People are asked to identify a problem, think of four “black and white statements” that pertain to that problem, and then change those thoughts to “full color.”

Focusing On Solutions — This worksheet will help you start thinking about how you solved problems in the past and how your life can be better today when you make even small changes. Focusing on solutions, rather than dwelling on your problem, can open many new possibilities. PDF (solution oriented therapy, problem solving, positive attitude, 0116)

Words You Want to Hear — Everyone likes encouragement, but most people don’t get enough support when they really need it. This worksheet is intended to help people think about the words they really want to hear and give themselves “self-support” anytime they need it. PDF (0116, praise, self-image, identify, support).

Your Family Tree of Character Strengths — This worksheet is designed to help people identify the people in their families who help shaped their character. PDF (0116)

Brainstorming Solutions To Your Problems — This brainstorming technique asks people to identify a specific problem and then come up with 10 uncensored solutions while they complete a mindful "coloring activity." PDF (0116)

What Did You Learn in Grade School? — This worksheet asks people to think back to their years in grade school and the “life lessons” they learned. Answering the questions on this worksheet will likely bring up other thoughts and memories about what happened in these childhood years. (PDF 0115)

How Do Others See You? — The first part of this worksheet asks people to answer questions about themselves and then a second part can be used to ask the same questions to others. The worksheet is intended to help people see if their perception of themselves is very different than how others see them (PDF, 1215)

What Makes You Feel That Way? — This worksheet can help people gain insight into what triggers different emotions. PDF (1215)

Understanding Your Moods — This worksheet is designed to help people be more aware of their moods and realize that they have the power to change them. PDF

Mindful Meditation-Letting Your Worries Go — This worksheet encourages people to be mindful of their worries and fears while relaxing with a coloring activity. The process of coloring seems to have a soothing effect on many people and may stimulate biochemical in the brain which help control emotions. PDF (mindfulness, anxiety, 1115)

Visualize Achieving Your Goals — You can use this vision board to create images or thoughts that will inspire you to achieve a specific goal. PDF. (motivation, insight, 1115).

Just Scribble — This worksheet can be used for two purposes: to help people relax when anxious or stressed and to help people think about their feelings. PDF (1116, relaxation, insight)

Just 3 Words — This worksheet is designed to help people gain insight into their values and how they incorporate them into their daily lives. PDF (1112, ACT)

You Decide-Fork In The Road — This worksheet is designed to help people consider the merits of important decisions. PDF (quick,1015)

Make a Movie of Your Life — This worksheet is designed to help people think about and communicate important aspects of their self-image. The worksheet asks a people to name a movie about their life and draw a picture of the most important scene. PDF (quick, Narrative Therapy, 1015)

10 Things That Give You Pleasure — When people are depressed or going through a difficult time they often forget they have the power to make themselves feel better. This worksheet asks people to list 10 things that give them pleasure and to do at least one every day. PDF (quick, 1015)

Get Back In Touch — This worksheet can help people think about others who have been important in the past. The exercise asks people to write a “postcard” to get back in touch with someone important in their life, helping them focus on their memories and their values. PDF (Narrative Therapy, 1015)

Looking At the Timeline of Your Life — This worksheet suggests five activities that can help people get a “bird’s-eye view” of their lives as they note events and milestones at different ages. Suggestions for the worksheet include: listing positive events at different stage of life, listing influential people at different stages of life, anticipating future milestones and more. PDF (1015)

Give Yourself A Compliment — This simple technique asks people to think about something positive they did each day and give themselves a compliment. Recommended for anyone going through a difficult time, but particularly for people who are anxious or depressed. A positive attitude is an important part of good mental health. PDF (quick, 1095

Be Aware of Your Strengths — This worksheet is designed to help people see how their character strengths can be important in seeing solutions to daily problems. PDF (ACT, 1015)

Take A Step Toward Something That Scares You — This form can help people see that they don’t have to avoid the things that scare them. The best way to conquer a fear is to approach it in small steps. Form Type: PDF (Anxiety, Quick, 0915)

Connecting To A Higher Power — This worksheet is designed to help people explore their connection to a higher power, and to think about whether that connection can help them in difficult times. PDF (DBT, 0915

The Miracle Question — This worksheet asks people to think about how their lives would change if a miracle happened and their most pressing problems no longer existed. This exercise can be the start of a conversation to help people see ways to live without being overwhelmed by problems. PDF. (Solution Focused Therapy, quick, 0915)

Create a Positive Self-Portrait — This simple art therapy technique can help people focus on their positive qualities and how these qualities are visible to others. Form Type: PDF (Art Therapy, Quick, 0815).

Draw A Picture Of Your Family — This classic projective technique asks a client to: to “draw a picture of your family doing something.” Besides using it for assessment, you can also use it to start a conversation about the client’s perceived role in the family, feelings about other family members, relationship to other family members, and so on. Form Type: PDF (Art Therapy, Quick, 0814)

Create A Mandala — This simple art therapy exercise can help people get in touch with the feelings and can be used with clients to start a conversation about their self-image. Many therapists use this activity as part of a healing process. (Art Therapy, quick, 0815)

Be A Superhero — This worksheet encourages people to think about the super powers they would like to have and how they would use them. (Art Therapy, Quick, 0815)

Write A Letter To Your Problem — This Narrative Therapy technique is designed to help people externalize a specific problem and motivate them to develop new behaviors to help overcome it. (Narrative Therapy, Quick, 0815)

Write Down Your Most Powerful Dream — This worksheet asks people to write down a powerful dream from the past. It also asks them to think about how the dream affected them. Form Type: PDF (Quick, NLP, Emotional Intelligence, 0815)

Imagining Your Best Possible Self — This writing assignment can encourage optimism and positive thinking. Form Type: PDF (0815, Narrative Therapy, Quick)

Take A Break — This worksheet encourages people to take a day off from their stress and dedicate that one day to relaxing. Form Type: PDF (Quick, Solution Focused)

What Are Your Positive Psychological Skills? — This worksheet is designed to help people see their positive psychological skills and apply them to their current mental health issues. Form Type: PDF (0815, Solution Focused)

Do Something Different — This simple behavior assignment can help people who feel they are stuck in unhealthy patterns. Form Type: PDF (0815, quick assignment)

Scribble Your Feelings — This simple assignment can help people get in touch with their feelings. PDF (0815, art therapy)

Finding Joy and Balance In Your Life — This worksheet describes a daily technique to help people be mindful of the positive things in their lives. This technique is particularly important for people who are stressed and depressed, but it should also be considered a resiliency tool which can help you find daily happiness in your life. Form Type: PDF (0615)

Coping Cards — These Coping Cards can be used by people who want to replace negative behaviors with positive ones. A useful technique to help in breaking negative habits. Form Type: PDF (CBT, 0615)

Suicide Prevention Checklist — When you have clients who are suicidal, you naturally want to make sure that you are doing everything you can to insure their safety. This checklist is designed to remind therapists of the critical steps to think about for these clients. Form Type: PDF

Feeling Better Through Spiritual Awareness — This worksheet is designed to help individuals who wish to bring spirituality into their lives as a way to help them with emotional problems and enrich their day-to-day lives. Type: PDF (0515)

Understanding the Messages You Received As A Child — This worksheet is designed to help people examine the explicit and implicit messages they received as children and how these messages affect their self-image and self-efficacy. Type: PDF (0415)

Dealing With Shame and Guilt — This form is designed for people who blame themselves as solely responsible for a particular situation or event. The form is intended to help relieve the shame and guilt that make life unbearable. Form Type: PDF (CBT-0415)

Talking About Your Emotions Helps You Manage Your Anxiety — This worksheet is designed to help people identify their moods during the day and talk about their feelings to someone else. Copies should be made, and the worksheet should be used for a minimum of seven days. Type: PDF (0315)

Looking At the BIg Picture — This worksheet is designed to help people put their problems into perspective. The worksheet takes an art therapy approach, asking people to draw their small problems in little frames and the important things in their lives in the big frame. This worksheet can be a good opening to introduce a discussion about values. Type: PDF (0215)

Giving Up Judging People Negatively — Giving Up Judging People Negatively: Rooted in the work of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), this worksheet is designed to help clients let go of their style of negatively judging others, and to help them understand the negative effects of these thoughts and their associated behavior: Form Type: PDF (0215)(DBT)

Enhancing Self-Esteem By Changing Negative Thoughts — This worksheet can help people identify and change the negative self-talk that can lead to low self-esteem. Form Type: PDF (0215)

Preventing and Managing Relapses — This worksheet will assist clients in developing an awareness of when they are at risk for a relapse and how to appropriately respond. Form Type: PDF (121614)

Your Perceptions About Yourself — This worksheet asks clients to think about themselves objectively, based on the facts in their lives rather than on a subjective interpretation of their experiences. This exercise is derived from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Type: PDF (1114)

Accepting Unpleasant Experiences — This worksheet, derived from Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), is designed to help people accept unpleasant internal experiences, and not use them as an excuse to avoid life-affirming situations. Type: PDF (1114)

If the Problem Were A TV Show — This worksheet is a Narrative Therapy technique which can be used to help clients get more perspective on their presenting problem and see that they have the power to change their “life story" Type: PDF (1114)

The Tree of LIfe — This exercise is designed to help clients communicate positive aspects about their lives. The technique is derived from Narrative Therapy. Type: PDF (1114) Type: PDF

Learning To Self-Soothe — This worksheet is designed to help individuals learn emotional regulation skills. The worksheet asks people to identify activities they can do to calm their emotions and then rate the success of each technique. (DBT)

How Do You Deal With Conflicts? — This short questionnaire gives clients the opportunity to identify their behaviors and attitudes as assertive, aggressive, passive, or passive-aggressive, and provides some information about conflict strategies. File Type: PDF

Recording Dysfunctional Thoughts — This form can be used to by clients to record and change dysfunctional thoughts and to see how these thoughts affect their moods. PDF

Solving Problems With Reverse Brainstorming — This form can be used to help clients who are “stuck” in a particular situation and can’t seem to find any appropriate solution to a problem or challenge. It can be used with individuals, but any kind of brainstorming is generally most productive in a group situation.PDF

Happiness Habit Worksheet — This worksheet can be used to help clients keep to a 21-day program of activities which are known to stimulate the biochemical associated with a positive mood. (View & Print)

Acts of Kindness Lead to Happiness — This form can be used to help clients who have mild to moderate depression. The form can also be used for clients who are not clinically depressed but who are seeking a happier and more fulfilling life. (PDF)

My Plan To Keep Myself Safe — This plan can be used as a prevention tool in treating significantly depressed adult clients when there is indication that the client means to harm himself/herself. The plan comes with a detailed therapist guide. This can be an important tool for suicide prevention. (MSWord)

Knowing Your Positive Qualities — This worksheet will help clients with depression, anxiety, or self-esteem issues identify their positive qualities. PDF

Creating A Gratitude Journal — This research based form can be used to treat mild-depression and help people through difficult times. Form Type: PDF

Recording and Changing Pessimistic Thoughts — This worksheet can be used to help people understand how pessimistic thinking is affecting their mental health. It is designed to record and change faulty thinking in a single day. PDF

Thinking About the Roles In Your Relationship — This worksheet is designed to help people evaluate their roles and responsibilities in a relationship and discuss whether they wish any of their roles to change.PDF

Staying Active to Fight Depression — This worksheet will help clients see that increasing their activity level may reduce their symptoms of depression. PDF

Fighting Depression with Exercise — This worksheet can help people understand the relationship between exercise and mood regulation. PDF

Tips for Preserving Memory — This worksheet can help people concerned about memory loss. PDF

Identifying Your Support System — This worksheet is designed to help people identify a support system of individuals they can contact in times of emotional distress. PDF

Making Positive Statements About Yourself — This worksheet encourages people to make positive statements about themselves. Form Type:PDF

Controlling Your Moods — This worksheet is designed to help people see that they can influence their moods, positively or negatively, through their activities. Form Type: PDF

Emotions Below The Tip of The Iceberg — This worksheet is designed to help people identify emotions that they hide from others. Form Type: PDF

The Pain of Depression — This worksheet is intended to help people identify symptoms of physical pain associated with depression. PDF

Symptoms & Side Effects of Anti-Depressants — This worksheet is designed to help people record the symptoms and side-effects of anti-depressant medication. PDF

Practicing Mindfulness — This worksheet is designed to help people become familiar with the technique of mindfulness. PDF

Overcoming Insomnia — This worksheet is designed to help people overcome insomnia and get more sleep. PDF

Getting Motivated — This worksheet is designed to help people motivate themselves to accomplish a task or address a problem. PDF

Getting Active To Treat Depression — This worksheet is designed to help people see that daily activity can help with depression. PDF

Understanding Your Self-Esteem — This worksheet is designed to help people see if they perceive their positive and negative qualities accurately. PDF

Seeing How Others Value You — This worksheet helps people who are depressed see their importance to others. PDF

Identifying Symptoms of Depression — This worksheets helps clients identify the symptoms that define their depressions. PDF

Changing the Channel on Depression — This worksheet is designed to help people develop the thoughts and behaviors that will aid them in overcoming their depression. Form Type: PDF

Causes of Depression — This worksheet is designed to help clients see the possible causes of their depression. Form Type: PDF

Confronting Problems With Creative Thinking — This worksheet is designed to help people see alternatives to patterns of negative thinking. Form Type: PDF

Recording Automatic Thoughts — This worksheet can be used to record dysfunctional automatic thoughts and rational responses. (View & Print)

Things You Can Do To Lift Your Spirits — This worksheet is designed to help clients identify activities that can give them a more positive mood. PDF

Things That Cause You Stress — This worksheet is designed to help people identify things that cause stress and how these can be changed. PDF

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