Anxiety Disorders
The Values Journal

This 60-page journal encourages people to explore their values and how they affect their day-to-day choices and behaviors. This is a great way to combine the techniques of values clarification and journaling. The journal can either be downloaded and printed out or filled out online using our Psychology Forms Filler or Virtual Counseling Rooms. (0224, journal, ACT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).

Coping with “Stuck Point”

A “stuck point” is a term used in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) to describe thoughts or beliefs that limit growth, progress, and recovery. These thoughts act as barriers, blocking the journey toward mental and emotional well-being. This worksheet explains common types of “stuck points” such as mind-reading, personalization, “should” statements, and so on. People are asked to identify their dysfunctional thinking and how it affects their emotions and behaviors. (0124. CBT. cognitive behavior therapy, irrational thoughts).

Understanding the Benefits of Exercise to Fight Depression and Anxiety

Many scientific studies have established a strong link between exercise and improved mental health. This worksheet specifies the specific mental health benefits that come with regular exercise and guides people on how to start a consistent and sustainable exercise program. (1223, exercise, depression, anxiety, wellness, habits)

Understanding Instant Relief Traps

Instant relief traps are actions or behaviors that offer a quick but temporary escape from emotional distress. This worksheet helps people think about behaviors they do for instant release and if they are helpful or hurtful to their physical and/or mental health.

Track Your Emotional Intensity

This form is intended to be used by people who have intense often overwhelming emotions, such as anxiety, fear, sadness, or even euphoria. The tracking form will help the therapist teach and monitor emotional regulation skills. (1123. emotional regulation, bipolar, Bipolar Disorder)

Do You Feel Like a Failure?

This worksheet explores why some people bounce back from failure while others experience feelings of self-doubt, depression, anger, and disappointment. It suggests 8 ways to overcome the negative feelings that can accompany a failure, including engaging in self-compassion, focusing on the process rather than the results, challenging negative thoughts, and more. The worksheet provides questions to help people explore their feelings of failure and find appropriate strategies to move on. (1023, depression, anxiety, job satisfaction, anxiety)

Calming Cards

There are seven Calming Cards, one for every day of the week. People are asked to practice Mindful Meditation by slowly tracing each image with a finger while practicing deep breathing. This is a simple technique that can be used to practice relaxation and mindfulness. (1023, mindfulness, meditation, relaxation, anxiety, sorry)

Managing Insomnia & Other Sleep Problems with CBT-I

CBT-I helps people recognize and change the unhelpful thoughts or worries that keep them awake at night. The worksheet gives people the five steps to overcoming the negative thinking that keeps them awake as well as sleep hygiene tips and a sleep log. (0923. sleep disorders, insomnia, CBT-I)

The Motivation Workbook

This workbook has 20 techniques to help people find the motivation they need to change. Motivation is a much more complex issue than most people, involving at least 12 areas of the brain. This workbook goes well beyond popular psychology concepts of visualization and affirmations, using evidenced-based techniques the workbook helps people set goals, increase flow experiences, improve self-efficacy, overcome doubt, and more. (0823. resistance, change, therapeutic alliance)

Hoarding Behavior Tracking Log

This tool is designed to assist people in monitoring and understanding their hoarding behaviors. The log is designed to help monitor triggers, thoughts and feelings, items acquired, attempts at organization, difficulties, and obstacles, and coping strategies. (0623, hoarding, OCD)

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