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Problem Solving Packet

Problem Solving Packet

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Guide your clients and groups through the problem solving process with the help of the Problem Solving Packet. Each page covers one of five problem solving steps with a rationale, tips, and questions. The steps include defining the problem, generating solutions, choosing one solution, implementing the solution, and reviewing the process...
The Fight-or-Flight Response

The Fight-or-Flight Response

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When a person perceives the threat of harm—whether emotionally or physically—their body will automatically initiate a survival response. Heart rate elevates, palms begin to sweat, breathing becomes rapid, and thoughts race. These changes are all part of the fight-or-flight response, which prepares the person to either confront or flee from the threat...
What is Trauma?

What is Trauma?

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Trauma is complicated. It can be obvious, with a clear cause, and symptoms that seem to make sense. Or, trauma can be buried beneath depression, anxiety, and anger, without any recognizable origin. The causal event may have occurred a week ago, or half a century in the past. To help survivors of trauma make sense of what they're experiencing, psychoeducation is a natural place to begin...
Exploring Social Anxiety

Exploring Social Anxiety

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Social anxiety is one of the most common mental disorders, with an estimated 6.8% annual prevalence among adults (NIMH). Its impact on a person's life can be far reaching. It's not uncommon for a person with social anxiety to shape their life decisions around their fears, while making major sacrifices in the process...
Challenging Anxious Thoughts

Challenging Anxious Thoughts

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The Challenging Anxious Thoughts worksheet will teach your clients about the CBT concept of irrational and rational thoughts, as they relate to anxiety. Psychoeducation is interspersed with examples, and opportunities for your clients to write about their own experiences. Because irrational thoughts can be difficult to pin down without practice, we suggest working closely with your client as they make their way through this worksheet...
Sleep Diary

Sleep Diary

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Sleep problems are a common and disruptive symptom of mental illnesses that are often overlooked. Sleep deprivation can contribute to moodiness, high blood pressure, poor concentration, the prolongation of mental illness, work difficulties, auto accidents, and more. Whether the problem is insomnia, hypersomnia, or something else, a Sleep Diary is an essential tool for tracking sleep, and any factors that might be contributing to disturbances...
Managing ADHD

Managing ADHD

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ADD / ADHD isn't just about difficulty at work or school—it also contributes to reduced self-esteem, troubled relationships, and even the likelihood of automobile accidents. Thankfully, a little bit can go a long way in the treatment of ADHD. For some, becoming aware of weaknesses, and developing strategies to counter them, can result in big improvements...
Time Management Tips

Time Management Tips

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Basic life skills like time management are sometimes overlooked in psychotherapy. In some cases, skills like these make all the difference. Poor time management can damage relationships or careers, and cause unnecessary stress. The Time Management Tips printout is exactly what you think it would be—a list of advice that your clients can use to improve how they manage their time...
Substance Use Assessment

Substance Use Assessment

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The treatment of addictions typically begins by gathering a comprehensive history of a client's substance use. We've created a tool—the Substance Use Assessment—to help speed up this process, and ensure that you're asking some of the most important questions related to addiction. This tool was designed to be completed by your clients prior to a complete psychosocial assessment...
Addiction Discussion Questions

Addiction Discussion Questions

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Group discussion about drugs and alcohol can help your clients bond, develop insight, build motivation for change, and learn about addiction from the experiences of others. The Addiction Discussion Questions worksheet was designed to encourage deeper conversation about addiction through the use of open-ended questions that require some thought...
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