Grief And Loss
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)

Reducing Self-Blame with the “Responsibility Pie Chart”

In Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), responsibility pie charts can serve as valuable tools to help dissect and understand perceived responsibilities, especially when people believe they are responsible for some serious problem or event. This technique asks people to identify and break down responsibility, identify external factors, analyze cognitive distortions, and develop specific coping strategies. (1123, CBT, cognitive restructuring, self-blame, depression)

Exploring Your Identity After the Death of a Loved One

This worksheet will guide people through the process of exploring their identity after a significant loss. By exploring their personal qualities and engaging in thoughtful self-reflection, people can navigate their grief journey while honoring their unique identity. (0723, grief, self-image, identify, loss, healing)

Grief and Loss Meditation (Audio)

This 11-minute audio is designed to help people with the grieving process by teaching relaxation and acceptance. The worksheet includes a transcript of the audio. (0723, healing, loss, grief)

Grit Meditation

Grit is a personality trait defined as the passion and perseverance to achieve long-term goals. Grit essentially embodies the concepts of resilience, determination, tenacity, and endurance. This 9-minute audio is designed to help people focus on and foster their grit. (0723, resilience, wellness, success)

Do You Resist Change?

This worksheet is designed to help people who resist change, even when change may lead to the resolution of problems and happier lives. The worksheet gives seven strategies to help people see the benefit of changing. It includes questions for people to answer regarding what they fear about change, what is holding them back, and what are their core values. People are challenged to do at least one activity a week that pushes them out of their comfort zone. (0323, coaching, transitions, symptoms)

Coping with Family Estrangement

This worksheet gives 11 ways to cope for clients to cope with family estrangement while supporting their own mental health. Suggestions include: knowing your boundaries, owning and accepting your feelings, prioritizing self-care, recognizing triggers, and more.  Questions guide people to understand how the estrangement took place and what they are doing to cope with the situation in positive ways. (0323, family therapy, family problems)

Assisting an Older Adult in Coping with a Loss

This worksheet is designed for caretakers of older adults who are struggling with a loss. It details warning signs that might signal that extra attention is needed and recommends specific steps that might help with different kinds of problems.  (0223, elderly, loss, gerontology)

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)

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