Health Issues
Using the Brain Dump Technique to Reduce Stress

This worksheet describes a stress reduction technique that involves writing down everything that comes to mind on a particular topic.  A brain dump could include thoughts about a conversation, goals, worries, fears, or a list of things that are bothering you.   The worksheet describes four categories of brain dumps.  It encourages people to use a notebook or journal to practice this technique each day for two weeks and record their feelings. (0122, stress reduction, journaling)

Changing Your Habits by Understanding the “Four Tendencies” Personality Framework

This worksheet asks people to think about their personality in one of four categories: upholder, questioner, rebel, or obliger.  It then gives 7 techniques to help people can change a habit.  Charts are included to help people track and change their habits  (0123, habits, problem-solving, impulse control)

Develop the Habit of Relaxation

This worksheet is designed to help people develop a daily habit of relaxation to reduce stress and improve their physical and mental health. The worksheet suggests various relaxation activities and includes a chart to help people keep track of them. (1222. relaxation response, stress reduction)

Tracking Your Triggers

This tracking tool helps your clients identify and track the triggers that precede their problem behaviors. The chart lets clients track up to 8 triggers for an entire month. (1122, anxiety, data recording, assessment, depression, addiction, emotional regulation)

Is Emetophobia (Fear of Vomiting) a Problem for You?

This worksheet helps people identify if they have Emetophobia, a fear of vomiting, and encourages them to explore how this affects their lives. (0922, phobia, vomiting)

Coping with Mental Health Issues Associated with Working from Home

This worksheet suggests wellness ideas for people working at home and on a computer all day.  A chart is provided to help people keep track of which coping activities help. (0722, workplace, burnout, wellness)

Your Wellness Checkup

The worksheet suggests that people do a wellness checkup in 8 areas of their life: safety and security, relationships, environment, mental health, cognitive health, physical health, community, and purpose. It provides a form for people to rate themselves in each area from “in crisis” to “doing great.”

Coping with a Sudden Illness or Disability

This worksheet is designed to people who find themselves suddenly facing the challenges of a serious illness or disability.   The worksheet gives people a dozen coping strategies as well as questions for people to think about and a chart to keep track of what strategies helped most. (0822, illness, disability, coping, health concerns)

Managing Concerns About Falls

This worksheet is designed for older adults who are so concerned about falling that their activities have become extremely restricted. Sometimes this understandable concern may take over a person’s life, and a phobia develops that far outweighs the probability of actually having a fall.  An assessment is included to help determine whether a fear of falling has created a psychological problem for a person that needs to be addressed. (0522, older adults, wellness, phobia)

Coping with Trauma Following an Automobile Accident

Automobile accidents are common and many people are traumatized by this kind of event. This worksheet helps people assess whether their symptoms would be considered post-traumatic stress. It gives people nine strategies to deal with stress, including things they can do by themselves and things they can do with a professional.  A chart is included to help people write down and rate which strategies work best in helping them deal with post-traumatic stress caused by the accident. (0422, trauma, PTSD, accident)

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