Grief And Loss
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)

Happiness Habits Form

This data collection form helps clients track activities that make them happy for two weeks. (1022, happiness, positive psychology, mood tracking)

Pursuing Happiness

This worksheet helps clients identify characteristics of happy people, assess their own happiness, and expand their experiences of happiness. (1022, happiness, positive psychology)

Developing Your Happiness Intelligence

This worksheet presents a way to make happiness part of a person’s everyday life.  It presents more than two dozen activities that can contribute to a happier life, in categories like: supporting yourself, living in the present moment, and nurturing positive thoughts.  The worksheet includes a chart to help people record the effects of happiness activities. (0722, happiness, depression, content)

Finding Closure on an Upsetting Memory

This worksheet is designed to help people identify when upsetting memories need closure.  It gives four strategies to help find closure on these memories including: create distance, reinterpret, observe, divert and distract. (0522, memories, grief, divorce, loss, healing, PTSD)

Being Still – Mindfulness Worksheet

This Mindfulness Worksheet helps people learn to just be still.  It suggests mindful tasks to practice while being still and asks people to describe their reactions to being still. (0422, mindfulness, meditation, ADHD, anxiety, focus, multi-task)

The Healing Workbook

The Healing workbook contains 45 Therapeutic activities in 7 sections including Understanding Grief, Self-Care, Healthy Ways to Cope, Receiving Support, Family Relationships, Remembering Your Loved One, and Moving Forward.  Each worksheet has three sections: What to Know, What to Do, and Reflections on This Exercise. What to Know offers background information about the issue(s) being addressed in the worksheet. What to Do features a variety of exercises, including thought-provoking questions to answer, charts to track activities, and questionnaires to complete.  (0422, healing, grief, death, loss)

Moving On After a Loss

This worksheet is designed to help people who experienced a loss “move forward with hope for the future.”  The worksheet gives specific ideas on what a person can do to move on and provides a chart for them to keep track of the activities they tried and how it made them feel. (0322, healing, grief, loss, mourning)

Coping with Your Emotions Following the Suicide of a Loved One

This worksheet helps people who have experienced the suicide of a loved one understand some of the thoughts they are having and feelings they are experiencing such as shame, disbelief, anger, blame, abandonment and rejection.  It gives them four ways to take care of themselves recommended by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. (0222, suicide, self-care, grief, healing)

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