Studies tell us that when professionals prescribe therapeutic homework, clients report significantly better outcomes. Our worksheets are derived from evidence-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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30-Day Mood Log

This mood log can help people keep track of triggers, moods, and patterns affecting their emotional regulation. (0624, moods, Bipolar Disorder, depression anxiety, assessment)

Creating a Music Playlist to Shift Your Mood

This worksheet suggests that people make a playlist to help them shift their mood if they are angry, depressed, anxious, or upset. It guides them to select a song that reflects their current feelings, and then several transition songs. The playlist ends with a song that could trigger a desired emotion. (0624, depression, music therapy, mood, emotional regulation)

Exploring Your Thoughts and Feelings with Mind Mapping

This worksheet is designed to help people visually explore and organize their thoughts and feelings. In drawing a map, people are asked to reflect on connections between thoughts and feelings, boundaries that should be put in place, and more. (0524, mind map, insight, planning, coaching)

Understanding and Addressing Compulsive Lying

This worksheet is intended to help people recognize dishonest behavior, understand its impacts, and develop healthier communication habits. It explores how compulsive lying can affect relationships and contribute to other mental health problems. (0524, lying, pathological lying, compulsive lying)

Identifying Your Barriers to Mental Health Treatment

This worksheet is intended to help people identify issues or concerns that might keep them from seeking help. These could range from the cost to a lack of social support, to busy schedules. People are then asked to consider how they might overcome these barriers. (0424. resistance, wellness)

Recognizing Your Defense Mechanisms

This worksheet is designed to help you introduce the concept of defense mechanisms to your clients. Defense mechanisms can include denial, repression, projection, idealization, compartmentalization, and more. (0424. depression, psychodynamic therapy)

Exploring Negative Past Therapy Experiences

Sometimes clients may be resistant to therapy or counseling because of previous negative experiences in getting help. This worksheet asks clients to think about their concerns, including increased vulnerability, fear of emotional dependence, financial strain, and so on. It presents questions for the clients to help them determine how past experiences might affect their current commitment to growth and change. (0424, growth, progress, trauma)

Building Trust in Therapy

This worksheet can be used with clients who may have trust issues when starting therapy or counseling. It asks people to explore how trust issues are affecting their therapy work, such as limiting disclosure, reluctance to explore past trauma, inconsistency in attendance, and so on. It also offers even ways for clients can build trust and get the most out of their therapy or counseling sessions. (0424, trust, therapeutic alliance, progress)

Are You Being Disrespectful?

This worksheet is designed to help people identify when their behavior may be seen as disrespectful and improve their interpersonal skills and self-awareness. The worksheet includes eight ways for people to repair relationships when others say they have been disrespectful. Questions guide individuals to understand the reasons why they may have been disrespectful. (0424. social skills, interpersonal effectiveness, DBT, relationships)

Managing Ambivalence

This worksheet encourages people to explore how they deal with ambivalence in their lives thinking about the pros and cons and the consequences of making changes. It also helps people identify the barriers to change and consider how they can be overcome. (0424, depression, anxiety, relationships, decisions, problem-solving, CBT)

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