Studies tell us that when professionals prescribe therapeutic homework, clients report significantly better outcomes.  Our worksheets are derived from evidenced-based therapies, and they are designed by experienced professionals. Use the navigation links on the left of this page to view tools in a specific category. Or use the search box at the top of this page to find the exact tool you are looking for.

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Do You Attract Toxic Relationships?

This worksheet is intended to help people determine if toxic relationships are a problem for them and explore ways to address this pattern. A scorable checklist is included to rate the toxicity of the relationship from moderate to severe.  Then suggestions are given to help people break a pattern of being in toxic relationships. Readers are asked to think about how people from the past may have set the stage for toxic relationships. (marriage counseling, family therapy, relationships)

Using the SCAMPER Problem-Solving Technique to Increase Creative Thinking

The SCAMPER problem-solving technique encourages people to use their imagination and creativity to generate new ideas. The method includes 7 phases of exploring solutions.  The worksheet takes the user through the 7 steps with in-depth questions. (0123, problem-solving)

“Threes” Tracking Form

This worksheet is designed to help people with depression appreciate small changes in their attitude.  It asks them to look back at the past week and record three things they felt confident about, three things they coped with, three things that made them happy, and so on. (0123, depression)

Coping with Failure

This worksheet is designed to help people cope with failure using a 7-step process.  (0123, depression, work issues, self-esteem, self-efficacy)

Stop Punishing Yourself

This worksheet talks about the various kind of self-punishment including physical and emotional self-punishment. Physical self-punishment includes cutting and burning, to excessive burning, sleep deprivation, and more. Psychological self-punishment can range from not letting others help you when you need it to forcing yourself to overwork.  The worksheet offers six strategies to overcome self-punishment including a chart to record healthy coping behaviors. (0122, self-harm, self-injury, negative self-image)

The Perth Empathy Scale

The Perth Empathy Scale (PES) is a 20-item self-report measure of empathy ability. The PES measures people’s ability to recognize emotions in others (cognitive empathy) and vicariously experience others’ emotions (affective empathy), across positive and negative emotions. (0123, assessment, empathy)

Coping with Anxiety About Having Sex

This worksheet addresses people who are anxious about having sex.  It begins by asking people to think about the causes of their anxiety, which could include body image problems, shame or guilt, pressure to have sex, past trauma, or other issues. The worksheet suggests topics to talk about with a partner and also specific activities to reduce anxiety before sex.  (0123, sex therapy, sexuality, sexual dysfunction, anxiety, relationships)

Using the Brain Dump Technique to Reduce Stress

This worksheet describes a stress reduction technique that involves writing down everything that comes to mind on a particular topic.  A brain dump could include thoughts about a conversation, goals, worries, fears, or a list of things that are bothering you.   The worksheet describes four categories of brain dumps.  It encourages people to use a notebook or journal to practice this technique each day for two weeks and record their feelings. (0122, stress reduction, journaling)

Changing Your Habits by Understanding the “Four Tendencies” Personality Framework

This worksheet asks people to think about their personality in one of four categories: upholder, questioner, rebel, or obliger.  It then gives 7 techniques to help people can change a habit.  Charts are included to help people track and change their habits  (0123, habits, problem-solving, impulse control)

Creating Lasting Adult Friendships

This worksheet emphasizes the importance of strong adult friendships for emotional and physical health.  It has 12 suggestions to build strong friendships followed by questions to help people reflect on the ways they make and keep friends.  The worksheet includes a chart for people to record the activities they undertake to foster friendships. (1222, relationships, friendships, loneliness, depression)

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