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Therapy Goals
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Therapy Goals

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Developing treatment goals at the start of therapy can improve client retention, set a direction for future sessions, and help your clients begin to envision their desired outcomes. We've created the Therapy Goals worksheet to help your clients think about, and verbalize, their hopes for therapy. The Therapy Goals worksheet opens with broader questions, including a variation of the popular "magic wand" question...
Anger Discussion Questions
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Anger Discussion Questions

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Prompt a healthy conversation in your anger management groups with the help of these Anger Discussion Questions. This goal of this printout is to encourage critical thinking and discussion through the use of more in-depth questions. Don't rush through these questions—take some time to contemplate each one...
Genogram Symbol Sheet
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Genogram Symbol Sheet

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The genogram is a popular tool used by mental health professionals to spot patterns throughout generations of a family. Not only can genograms be used to learn about a family's history of mental illness, they can also be used to highlight patterns of behavior and relationship styles. For example, a genogram can help your client gain insight about abuse that seems to have haunted their family for generations...
Why I'm Grateful
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Why I'm Grateful

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A recent study found that gratitude not only helps to improve how we feel, but it also appears create a healthier heart (A Grateful Heart is a Healthier Heart). In the same study, gratitude was also associated with improved sleep and less fatigue. Positive psychology has long recognized the frequent practice of gratitude as a technique to help boost happiness and wellbeing...
Panic Assessment
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Panic Assessment

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Use this printable assessment to gather information about your client's panic attacks. The goal of this tool is to assist the diagnosis and documentation of panic attacks and panic disorder, while generating additional information that can be used as the basis for conversation. Developing an accurate understanding of your client's panic attacks will help to guide treatment by recognizing triggers, gaining a comprehensive understanding of symptoms, and checking for signs of panic disorder...
Panic Attack Info Sheet
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Panic Attack Info Sheet

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Panic attacks can be terrifying, especially for those who don't know what to expect. The discomfort brought on by panic is so intense that it's often confused for a heart attack, or another dangerous event. However, in reality, panic attacks pose little physical risk. Psychoeducation is an essential part of treatment for those suffering from panic attacks...
Values: Self-Exploration
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Values: Self-Exploration

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Values are an important part of many psychotherapies, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). When a person fails to live in accordance with their values, they will often feel unsatisfied. For example, someone who values their family very highly, yet spends little time with them, is unlikely to feel content...
Mental Health Benefits of Exercise
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Mental Health Benefits of Exercise

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Research over the past decade has taught us about the close link between mental health and exercise. Exercise has been found to help treat and prevent depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and more. The goal of this worksheet is to provide a convenient source of psychoeducation for clients who might benefit from starting a basic exercise program, or increasing their level of physical activity...
What is Worry?
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What is Worry?

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In school-aged children, the loudest often garner the most attention. Symptoms like anger are obvious, while internalized symptoms such worry and depression go unnoticed. This worksheet is intended to help the quiet worriers learn to understand and talk about their challenges. Use this worksheet to educate children and young adolescents about worry, help them become more aware of their own worries, and learn about physical symptoms of worry...
OCD Exposure Hierarchy Packet
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OCD Exposure Hierarchy Packet

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Research supports exposure and response prevention therapy as the leading form of psychotherapy for OCD. As a part of this treatment, your clients will be gradually exposed to their triggers, which results in their anxieties, obsessions, and compulsions diminishing. This OCD worksheet packet includes a blank exposure hierarchy template, and an exposure therapy homework form...
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