Bipolar Disorder
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).

Change Check-In for People Who Have Had Suicidal Thoughts

This worksheet is designed to help people who have started therapy reflect on how they have changed their thinking and behavior. (0124. suicide, suicidal ideation)

Understanding Your Highly Sensitive Nature

Highly sensitive people (HSPs) have a heightened “sensory-processing sensitivity” (SPS), which is not a personality flaw but a biological factor. This worksheet includes a checklist to help people identify if they have this type of sensitivity and suggests exercises to help people understand themselves better. (0124. sensory processing, senses)

Identifying Reasons for Living

This worksheet is designed to help people struggling with thoughts of hurting themselves. It includes a checklist that will help them identify factors that can provide them with hope, purpose, and reasons to continue living. The worksheet includes questions to help people explore their reasons for living and guide them toward building a strong foundation for their emotional well-being. (0124, suicide prevention, suicidal ideation)

Managing Urges Using the 3-P Approach

The 3-P Approach includes three simple steps: Pause, Process, and Postpone. It is a helpful strategy for managing overwhelming urges and unhealthy, impulsive behaviors. It can empower you to take control of your reactions and postpone impulsive or harmful actions. This worksheet gives people the opportunity to learn this technique and apply it their impulsive behavior. (0123, addiction, habit control, impulse control)

Signs I am in Crisis

This worksheet is designed to help people identify signs that suggest they may be experiencing a crisis. The worksheet includes a checklist of symptoms as well as techniques that can help them deal with the acute stress. It concludes by asking people to identify friends or family who can help them get through this difficult period. (0124, depression, suicidal ideation, stress)

What Are Your Reasons for Living?

This worksheet is to help people who have had suicidal thoughts develop a different perspective on their lives. Questions ask people to think about their values, their goals, the people in their lives, and more. (1223, suicide prevention, suicidal ideation, depression)

Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale (Risk Assessment)

This evidence-based scale is part of an international public health initiative involving the assessment of suicidality. Online training in administering the scale is recommended. The scale assesses factors like general clinical status, protective factors, actual attempts, intensity of ideation, and more. (1223, suicide, suicidality, suicide ideation, assessment)

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)

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