Understanding Others (Teens)

This worksheet teaches teens the different types of empathy and helps them understand how to increase their empathy by reading body language, being compassionate, and listening carefully to others. (1222, empathy, behavior problems, social problems, Asperger Syndrome, ASD)

Bad Day Do-Over (Teens)

This worksheet gives teens the tools to deal with difficult emotions that can translate into a “bad day.” Learning emotional regulation can of course translate into a lifetime of handling difficulties and stress. (1122, emotional regulation, stress)

Improving Your Self-Awareness

This worksheet is designed to help people increase their self-awareness which can help in emotional regulation and in social interactions.  A chart is provided to help people keep track of their thoughts and feelings as they encounter challenging situations. (0722, self-awareness, insight, emotional intelligence, emotional regulation, relationships)

Dealing with Name-Calling (Kids and Younger Teens)

This worksheet is designed to help children and younger teens deal with peers or siblings who call them names.  It suggests six practical and effective ways to handle name-calling. It also contains questions to help kids or teens explore how they react to name-calling. (0722, teasing, behavior problems, sibling rivalry, bullying, Autism, ASD)

Practicing Good Manners (Kids and Teens)

This worksheet is designed to help children understand the importance of having good manners in the home. It lists some important manners to show others that you consider their feelings. Questions ask kids and teens to consider how they would react in appropriate ways. (0422, ASD, ADHD, manners, behavior)

Teen Behavior Contract

This behavior contract identifies tasks/behaviors that a teen will work on, rewards/consequences, and a behavioral chart to track progress. (0622, behavior, contract)

Stop Playing the Blame Game (Teens)

This worksheet is designed to help teens understand that blaming other people for problems does not help any situation.  The worksheet suggests a six-step process for understanding a problem and expressing one’s feelings in an appropriate manner. (0522, behavior, social skills, communication)

Setting Boundaries with Your Teens (Parenting)

This worksheet is designed to give parents an overview of the importance of setting boundaries for teens. It gives them important information on how to set appropriate boundaries and what to do when teen’s inevitably test boundaries.  The worksheet provides a place for parents to plan on what they will say to their teens and record how things went. (0222, parenting, setting boundaries, family therapy, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, behavior)

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)

Boosting Your Confidence By Becoming a Positive Role Model (Teen)

This worksheet is designed to help teens see the advantages of being positive role models for others. (1121, self-image, self-esteem, role-model, behavior, shyness, anxiety)

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