Social Coaching
Living with a Narcissist

Living with a narcissist can be a challenging and emotionally draining experience. This worksheet gives people 18 strategies to cope with people who are grandiose, have a need for constant admiration, and lack empathy for others. Questions on the worksheet are designed to help people understand how dealing with a narcissist has affected their well-being. Questions also help people explore their self-care practices, how they set boundaries, how their goals are affected by living with a narcissist, and more. (0923, narcissism, NPD, personality disorders, abuse, boundaries, self-care)

Using A.R.E. Skills for Effective Communication

A.R.E. (Acknowledge, Reflect, Engage) skills are essential for effective communication and conflict resolution. A.R.E. skills can help people better navigate challenging conversations, foster understanding, and identify solutions to interpersonal problems. This worksheet helps people learn these skills and apply them in personal and business relationships. (0623, communication, relationships, conflict-resolution)

Regain Your Self-Respect

This worksheet is designed to help those who feel that they are unworthy of the love and respect of others. It covers 19 strategies for a person to regain his or her self-respect from learning to say ‘no’ to developing a sense of integrity.  The worksheet includes a simple “test” for people to determine if they need to work on their sense of self-respect. (0223, self-image, depression)

Help for The Holidays

This workbook contains 15 worksheets to help clients who are struggling with holiday problems like loneliness, family estrangement, depression, and more. (1222, holidays, stress, depression, drinking problems)

Avoiding Holiday Burnout

This worksheet is designed to help people who are over-stressed by the holidays and starting to feel depressed rather than enjoying what the holidays can offer. The worksheet gives 8 recommendations for handling holiday burnout and a series of questions to help people find ways to deal with this common problem. (1222,

Are You Experiencing Gaslighting in Your Relationship?

This worksheet helps people understand the concept of “gaslighting,” a process where someone deliberately and systematically gives someone false information leading them to question themselves and what is true. It explains the seven stages of gaslighting, from lies and exaggeration to domination and control.  The worksheet also gives people a chart to record incidents of gaslighting and to think about how the situations and the outcomes can change. (1022, marital and family therapy, relationships, interpersonal effectiveness)

Mindfulness – Daily Assessment of Relationships

This worksheet asks people to think about the good and problematic conversations that occurred and what they learned from thinking about their different relationships. (0922, relationships, communication)

Are You Empathic?

This assessment asks people to rate statements that would reveal empathy. It then gives an interpretation of a person’s score. This scale was adapted from Baron-Cohen and Wheelwright’s Empathy Quotient. (0922, empathy, emotional intelligence)

Dealing with a Manipulative Family Member

This worksheet is intended to help people explore what it means to be manipulated by someone else and how to respond appropriately to manipulation. (0822, family therapy, relationships, control)

Learning to Trust Others

This worksheet is designed to help people who have a difficult time trusting others. It begins with a list of statements about trust.  People who check more than five statements may have trouble trusting others.  The worksheet then suggests several activities to help people explore the issue of trust, including writing a letter to someone they distrust (it doesn’t have to be sent) and taking a “trust walk,” where each person takes a turn being blindfolded and led by the other. (0822, relationships, trust, family therapy)