Do You Intimidate Others?

This worksheet is designed for people who may not be aware that they are intimidating to others. The worksheet defines behavior that makes up intimidation and the negative consequences intimidation has on others.  The worksheet then gives 8 steps to help people reduce non-intentional intimidation. (0722, social skills, bully, workplace, relationships)

Finding Peace in a Troubled World

This worksheet is designed to help people who are distressed by the barrage of news dealing with war, political unrest, the economy and more.  It gives 16 suggestions on how people can cope with the difficulties around them and a chart to record how successful they were in scheduling activities that reduce stress. (0522, stress, news)

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)

Words That Heal

This worksheet is designed to help people find quotes that can inspire them to face and conquer their problems. It asks people to write down meaningful quotes and write down their own thoughts as well. It encourages people to keep a journal of words that heal for 21 days to see if this technique is a useful habit to continue. (0321, healing, grief, inspiration, motivation)

Nurturing Hope with a Hope Box

This worksheet is designed to help people nurture and nourish hope during the pandemic. It suggests creating a Hope Box as a daily ritual of identifying tangible objects that can inspire feelings of hope. A link is also given to an app which allows people to create a Virtual Hope Box. (1220, depression, pandemic, COVID-19, anxiety)

Creating a Personal Grieving Ritual

This worksheet is designed to help you think about personal rituals which can help you through your grieving process. You might choose to do a ritual every day, or you might only perform rituals on the anniversary of your loss. That is entirely up to you. Use the second worksheet to help you determine if rituals are helping you through your grieving process. (grief, loss, grieving, 0718)

Developing the Habit of Gratitude

This worksheet is intended to help people see the many benefits of developing an attitude of gratitude. It gives specific instructions on helpful activities to maximize the benefits of this practice. (depression, anxiety, prevention, gratitude, wellness, appreciation, 0717)

Creating a Better Holiday

This worksheet is intended to help people who normally dread the holidays plan meaningful activities that will make these days (and all days) personally fulfilling. (depression, social isolation, loneliness, wellness, 1116)

Loving Kindness Meditation

This worksheet is designed to teach people the technique of Loving Kindness Meditation. Research suggests that this simple meditation can have a long term effect on people’s happiness. (ACT, meditation, happiness, mindfulness, depression, 0616)

Connecting to a Higher Power

Many people feel that an important part of feeling good about themselves involves a connection to a higher power. For some people their higher power is God. For others a higher power could be nature, the universe, or some undefinable spirit. This worksheet is designed to help people think about their relationship to a higher power and how this brings meaning and purpose into their lives. (spirituality, 0316)