Start the Day Right Journal

This journal consists of prompts to focus people on the day ahead, including thoughts on gratitude, goals, body and mind, etc. The journal consists of 31 pages for a month’s worth of entries. (1222, journal, wellness, positive psychology)

Help for The Holidays

This workbook contains 15 worksheets to help clients who are struggling with holiday problems like loneliness, family estrangement, depression, and more. (1222, holidays, stress, depression, drinking problems)

Do You Feel Like You Have Failed Yourself?

This worksheet is designed for people who are down on themselves because they have not accomplished all that they wanted. The worksheet helps people see that this attitude is not at all helpful to their well-being and gives them 10 strategies to overcome their habit of self-criticism. (1222, depression, self-esteem, negative thinking)

Learning Contentment – Mindfulness Worksheet

This worksheet is designed to help people explore the meaning of contentment. (1122, mindfulness, happiness)

Learning How to Calm Down Quickly

This worksheet gives people simple ideas to turn off the “fight or flight” response.  A chart is included to help people keep track of which techniques are most effective. (0822, anxiety, calming, self-calming)

Does Your Loved One Need an Intervention?

This worksheet is designed to help people identify when someone they love needs a mental health intervention.  The worksheet also takes people through the steps that occur during an intervention including identifying the resources needed and the consequences of what will happen if the person refuses to seek help. (0722, intervention, addiction, family therapy)

Do You Have a Dysfunctional Family?

This worksheet helps people understand how their family of origin might have contributed to their current psychological problems.  It asks them to think about ways in which their family was unsupportive or even detrimental to their growth.  Questions help people explore how dysfunctional problems can come from different generations and manifest themselves in the present. (0722, family therapy, relationships, families)

Using the T.I.P.P. Technique to Tolerate Distress

This worksheet describes the T.I.P.P. Technique used by advocates of DBT to deal with intense emotions. The acronym stands for:  Temperature, Intense Exercise, Paced Breathing, and Paired Muscle Relaxation.  A chart is included for clients to keep track of which technique is most helpful.  (0122, DBT, emotional regulation, emotions, grounding)

Staying Sober During the Holidays

This worksheet offers 11 suggestions of how people can deal with drug or alcohol addiction during the holidays.  Questions guide people to creating a plan for staying sober. (1221, holidays, addiction, alcoholism, drugs)

Coping with Family Estrangement During the Holidays

This worksheet is designed for people who are cut off from important family members during the holidays.  It suggests specific coping techniques to make sure that the holidays don’t trigger mental health problems. (1121. depression, anxiety, holiday, family therapy, 113021)

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