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CBT Practice Exercises
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CBT Practice Exercises

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) requires clients to have a strong understanding of the cognitive model before they attempt to identify and challenge their negative thoughts. This CBT worksheet will help you teach your clients about the relationship between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors through the use of several examples and practice exercises...
Psychotherapy Info Sheet
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Psychotherapy Info Sheet

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Introducing new clients to psychotherapy, and helping them understand what to expect, can be a bit of a challenge. Include this worksheet with your introductory paperwork, leave some copies in the waiting room, or provide them as needed. The goal of this handout is to answer the question "What is psychotherapy?" Topics covered include the benefits of psychotherapy, popular theoretical approaches, who can provide psychotherapy, and what a client should and should not expect from a therapist...
Reflections: Communication Skill
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Reflections: Communication Skill

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Reflections are a powerful tool to improve communication. This worksheet includes one page of education with an overview of how to use reflections (including tips and an example), followed by one page of practice statements. This communication worksheet will be helpful as a take-home reminder for couples, or as a form of practice for individual psychotherapy clients...
Bipolar Disorder Warning Signs
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Bipolar Disorder Warning Signs

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Clients with bipolar disorder will benefit from learning about the warning signs indicating that they are entering manic or depressive episode. This bipolar disorder worksheet provides a template for clients to begin recording their warning signs for both types of episode. Emphasize that your clients recognize their earliest warning signs, which might be subtle shifts in thoughts, feelings, or behavior...
Bipolar Disorder Info Sheet
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Bipolar Disorder Info Sheet

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Psychoeducation is an essential part of treatment for bipolar disorder. This info sheet will help you provide a basic overview of the disorder by describing the differences between mania and depression, listing the symptoms, and outlining standard treatments. Clients who have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder benefit from education about their disorder so they can learn to recognize their manic and depressive episodes, and take appropriate measures to minimize any damage...
Using Rewards and Punishments
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Using Rewards and Punishments

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Help parents learn the best practices for using rewards and punishments with their children. The advice in this worksheet comes from years of experience working with parents, and helping them learn to manage their children's (and teenager's) behavior. The 24 tips in this psychoeducation printout cover topics such as the importance of following through with rewards and punishments, praising good behavior instead of traits, and the importance of not overdoing punishment...
Life Story
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Life Story

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This worksheet was inspired by positive psychology, but also has elements of narrative and art therapies. During this activity, you will ask your clients to write a life story in three parts: the past, present and future. In positive psychology, life stories are used to help clients develop a sense of meaning, which has been found to contribute to fulfillment...
Mindfulness Exercises
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Mindfulness Exercises

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Mindfulness has been defined as a moment-to-moment awareness of one's experience without judgment. This means being present in the moment, with a feeling of acceptance. Increasing one's mindfulness can result in reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression, improved concentration, and a number of interpersonal benefits...
Mandalas
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Mandalas

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Mandalas are traditionally used in many eastern spiritual traditions as a tool to aid meditation. In western culture, mental health counselors often use mandalas as a form of stress relief, a tool for art therapy, and as a meditative exercise. We have used mandala printouts with therapy groups, during stress management presentations, and as a fun little handout to leave on waiting room tables...
DBT Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills
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DBT Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills

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Teach your clients to use interpersonal effectiveness skills as a part of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). This handout summarizes three skills related to interpersonal effectiveness including objective, relationship, and self-respect effectiveness. Interpersonal effectiveness skills are intended to help your client become more aware of how their behavior affects relationships, and then make positive changes...
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