Anger Control
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)

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)

Identifying Cognitive Distortions

This worksheet teaches clients the technique of cognitive restructuring. The different kinds of cognitive distortions are explained and then clients are asked to keep a chart where they identify their automatic thoughts and substitute more realistic alternative thoughts. (1222. CBT. cognitive restructuring thought changing)

Coping with Family Drama During the Holidays

This worksheet is designed to give people a wide range of strategies to deal with family problems that typically occur during the holidays. Strategies include setting realistic expectations, self-care, identifying triggers, choosing to accept family members as they are, taking “stress breaks,” and more. (1122, family therapy, holidays, stress management, interpersonal conflict, interpersonal effectiveness)

Tracking Your Triggers

This tracking tool helps your clients identify and track the triggers that precede their problem behaviors. The chart lets clients track up to 8 triggers for an entire month. (1122, anxiety, data recording, assessment, depression, addiction, emotional regulation)

Relationship Violence Assessment

This form asks a series of questions to people who are experiencing relationship violence. The assessment goes into a great deal of detail about the specifics of the relationship and the potential for danger. (1022, domestic violence, spousal abuse)

Are You Empathic?

This assessment asks people to rate statements that would reveal empathy. It then gives an interpretation of a person’s score. This scale was adapted from Baron-Cohen and Wheelwright’s Empathy Quotient. (0922, empathy, emotional intelligence)

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)

Grounding Meditation

This audio recorded by Dartmouth College Health Service can be used by people who feel overwhelmed by their emotions. It is just over 20 minutes long. (0822, audio, grounding, bipolar disorder, emotional regulation)

Self-Compassion Break (Audio)

This audio was written and recorded by Dr. Kristin Neff, a pioneer in the study and application of self-compassion. It runs just over 5 minutes and is a great daily reminder of the importance of this resiliency skill. (0822, self-compassion, self-care, meditation)

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