Relationships
Coping with Feeling Excluded (Teens)

This worksheet is designed to help teens deal with being excluded. It instructs them to accept their feelings, avoid jumping to conclusions, communicate their needs, pay attention to their strengths, and more. Questions help teens explore the times they have felt excluded and think about what they could have done differently. (1222, social skills, loneliness, peer pressure)

Using the D.E.C.I.D.E. Model to Make Decisions (Teens)

This worksheet teaches teens the D.E.C.I.D.E model: definite decisions explore options, consider consequences, identify values, decide and act according to your values, and evaluate the adults.  The worksheet includes examples of teens making decisions for the teen to consider. (1122, problem-solving, executive functioning, decision-making)

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)

Handling Disagreements in a Healthy Way

This worksheet suggests how to have “healthy” disagreements, which can actually strengthen relationships.  The worksheet gives specific strategies on how people can take a more productive approach to disagreements.  It then gives questions to help people analyze what they did right or wrong in a recent argument. (0722, communication, relationships, arguing, anger)

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)

Coping with Feeling Left Out

This worksheet was designed for people who feel left out or excluded by their friends. It contains suggestions on how to deal with this problem ranging from finding new interests to more direct communication.  Questions help people understand why social rejection may be occurring and a chart is included to help people expand their social circle. (0622, friendship, ASD, Autism, social skills)

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 Loneliness and Isolation in the LGBTQIA+ Community

This worksheet is designed to help people in the LGBTQIA+ community learn tools to deal with loneliness as a result of concealment of identity, minority stress, social isolation, and more.  The worksheet gives concrete suggestions on how to connect with others as well as how to deal with problems that are often associated with loneliness. (0622, loneliness, social isolation, LGBTQIA+)

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