Exploring Your Inner Parts: An Internal Family Systems Worksheet

Internal Family Systems (IFS) is a therapeutic approach developed by Richard C. Schwartz, Ph.D. It is based on the idea that the mind is composed of multiple “parts” or distinct aspects of self, each with its own perspectives, intentions, and beliefs. This worksheet is an introduction to this approach explaining the different internal parts we all have, as well as a framework for creating a dialogue between the parts. Questions are intended to help people understand how their inner parts are affecting their day-to-day lives. (0623. depression, self-compassion, insight, relationships)

Behavior Chart

IMPORTANT: This chart is in PNG (image) form. To make an editable PDF, click the SEND/EDIT button and modify it and download it from the Psychology Forms Filler. To use as an image (i.e. for the Virtual Counseling Room), click VIEW/PRINT to open it and then right-click your mouse and select “Save As” to download to your computer. (0623. behavior, ADHD)

Reconnecting with Your Inner Child

Inner child healing is a therapeutic process that involves addressing and resolving emotional wounds, traumas, and unmet needs from your childhood. This worksheet takes people through a process of visualizing their younger selves, thinking about challenging emotions or experiences from their childhood, creating a timeline of important events, developing a conversation with their inner child, and more. (0623. depression, bipolar, introspection, insight, trauma)

EMDR Progress Notes and Worksheet

This form is used to document the progress of a client’s EMDR therapy sessions. EMDR is a specialized therapeutic approach that focuses on resolving traumatic experiences or distressing memories by integrating bilateral stimulation techniques, such as eye movements, taps, or auditory tones, to facilitate the processing of the trauma. This worksheet explains to clients the reasons for using EMDR and helps them record data for the EMDR process. (0623, EMDR, trauma, PTSD)

Building Cognitive Flexibility

This worksheet is designed to help clients develop cognitive flexibility by reducing rigidity, redirecting thoughts, and developing empathy. (0623, ADHD, cognitive flexibility, self-regulation, executive functioning, rigid thinking, empathy, problem-solving)