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Goal Breakdown

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Long to-do lists and difficult responsibilities often lead to stress and anxiety. If the stress and anxiety get to be too much, avoidance and procrastination may be used as unhealthy coping strategies. Avoidance and procrastination let a person avoid these uncomfortable emotions, at a cost.

Using the Goal Breakdown worksheet, your clients will learn how to break their goals into smaller and more manageable tasks. The first page includes an example and tips for doing this effectively. The second page is a template for your clients to apply what they've learned to their own goals.

This worksheet is an excellent tool for addressing procrastination, stress, ADHD, and goal planning.

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