Teens have a special way of communicating and learning about themselves, so we’ve made sure that all our therapeutic activities for teens are appealing and engaging to this age group.

To modify the tools, click the ‘Send to Client’ button by each tool to open the Psychology Forms Filler. You can then edit the tool as you see fit and either print it out or send it to a client to be filled out online. Click here for a tutorial on using the Psychology Forms Filler.

We’ve tried to address every teen issue we can think of, and more tools are added every week!

If you are looking for something you can’t find on this site, please let us know by clicking here and our team of writers, graphic artists, and therapists will custom-design it for you.


Embracing Your Unique Beauty Meditation (Teens)

This worksheet is designed to help teenagers cultivate a positive and compassionate relationship with their bodies through this 8-minute mindfulness and self-acceptance meditation practice. (0224, audio, body image, self-acceptance, eating disorders, teen tools, body changes)

What’s Happening to My Body? (Teens)

This worksheet is designed to help teenagers understand the changes that are happening to their bodies as they develop through puberty. (0224, puberty, teen tools, body changes)

The Positivity Journal

This journal is designed to use the principles of positive psychology to help people develop a more optimistic view of the world. The daily worksheets are designed to help people identify their mood, develop the habit of gratitude, pay attention to positive events, and work towards their goals. The Journal consists of 31 pages for a month’s worth of entries. (0224, positive psychology, daily journal, optimism, CBT).

Be a Good Friend in Times of Grief (Teens)

This worksheet is designed to help understand the appropriate social efforts they should take when someone they know has suffered a loss. (0224. grief, death, loss, social skills, compassion, empathy)

Empowered Choices: Navigating Peer Pressure (Teens)

Written by a teen for teens, this workbook gives kids a toolbox of skills to handle peer pressure while maintaining a positive self-image. 34 pp. (0124. bullying, self-esteem, peer pressure)

Strengthening Your Relations (Teens)

This worksheet is designed to help teens build strong peer relationships. It asks them to explore their relationship goals and gives concrete steps to help them connect with others. (0124, Asperger Syndrome, friends, social connection)

Creating a Safety Plan (Teens)

This worksheet is designed to help teens with suicidal ideation think about the things they can do to keep themselves safe. The worksheet helps teens think about their coping skills, identify people they can talk to, consider places they can go to feel safe, and identify hotlines they can reach out to when they feel they are in danger of self-harm. It ends with a one-page summary for them to fill out and keep with them. (0124, suicide ideation, DBT, BPD, bipolar)

Signs I am in Crisis

This worksheet is designed to help people identify signs that suggest they may be experiencing a crisis. The worksheet includes a checklist of symptoms as well as techniques that can help them deal with the acute stress. It concludes by asking people to identify friends or family who can help them get through this difficult period. (0124, depression, suicidal ideation, stress)

Understanding Instant Relief Traps

Instant relief traps are actions or behaviors that offer a quick but temporary escape from emotional distress. This worksheet helps people think about behaviors they do for instant release and if they are helpful or hurtful to their physical and/or mental health.

Your Thoughts Can Change

This worksheet is for people who are having thoughts about suicide or self-harm. It is designed to provide insight into the nature of these thoughts and help people understand that these thoughts can change over time. (1223, suicide prevention, thought-changing, CBT, cognitive restructuring)

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