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CBT for Kids: Thoughts, Feelings, & Actions

CBT for Kids: Thoughts, Feelings, & Actions

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Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based treatment for many mental and behavioral health issues. Research has shown that CBT can be effective for children as young as 7 years old, if the concepts are explained in a simple and relatable manner. Thoughts, Feelings, & Actions is a colorful and inviting 4-page CBT worksheet packet for children and adolescents...
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Thinking Errors

Thinking Errors

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Thinking errors, commonly known as cognitive distortions, are irrational beliefs that contribute to uncomfortable emotions and unwanted behavior. Children as young as 7 years old can benefit from cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) interventions, but it is important that the material is presented in an age-appropriate manner...
Strengths Exploration

Strengths Exploration

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Research in positive psychology has shown that learning to use strengths in new ways can improve well-being. Strengths-based interventions involve identifying strengths, understanding how they are used, and learning new ways to apply them. Using the Strengths Exploration worksheet, your clients will identify their strengths, and then explore their roles in different areas of life (relationships, professional life, and personal fulfillment)...
Strengths Discussion Questions

Strengths Discussion Questions

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Strengths are revealed by a person's passions, their skills, and the activities that fill them with energy. When a person gets into the mindset of noticing strengths, they can be found just about anywhere. In the field of positive psychology, this is called strength spotting. The Strengths Discussion Questions handout will help you facilitate a discussion that guides clients toward the strength spotting mindset, while uncovering their own strengths...
Coping Skills: Anger

Coping Skills: Anger

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The Coping Skills: Anger worksheet describes six techniques for managing anger. Some of these skills can help to prevent or minimize explosive anger, such as triggers and warning signs. Other skills are intended to take control of anger, such as diversions, time-outs, and deep breathing. Each skill has a brief description, and instructions on how it can be used...
When is Anger a Problem?

When is Anger a Problem?

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In small doses, anger is an appropriate, normal, and healthy emotion. Everyone experiences anger. It helps us stand up for ourselves when we’ve been wronged, and protect our own needs. However, in many circumstances, anger can have unwanted consequences. Using the worksheet ​When is Anger a Problem, ​you will learn about how anger can negatively impact physical and emotional health, school or work performance, relationships, and more...
Cognitive Restructuring: Decatastrophizing

Cognitive Restructuring: Decatastrophizing

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Cognitive distortions are irrational thoughts that have the power to influence how you feel. Everyone has some cognitive distortions—they’re a normal part of being human. However, when cognitive distortions are too plentiful or extreme, they can be harmful. One common type of cognitive distortion is called catastrophizing...
Values Discussion Questions

Values Discussion Questions

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Dig deeper into personal values with the Values Discussion Questions handout. This worksheet is designed to prompt discussion about values by asking in-depth questions that require exploration and critical thinking. Questions cover several topics, such as where values originate, how they change over time, and more...
Small Talk: Discussion Cards for Kids

Small Talk: Discussion Cards for Kids

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With Small Talk: Discussion Cards, any game can be turned into a fun therapeutic activity for kids. Each Small Talk card asks a simple question about one of three topics, along with a more challenging "Digging Deeper" question or activity. This packet includes twenty-four cards in the categories of "family", "feelings", and "my world"...
Family Mindfulness Schedule

Family Mindfulness Schedule

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Mindfulness, simply put, means paying attention to the present moment. It means taking a step back and noticing the world around you, as well as noticing your inner experiences like thoughts and feelings. With practice, mindfulness can help adults and children cope with problems such as stress, anxiety, and ADHD...
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