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Gratitude Letter

Gratitude Letter

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Writing a "thank you" letter is an excellent way for young children to practice gratitude. A 2014 study found that writing a gratitude letter contributed to young children's (7-11) awareness of positive social exchanges, increased their gratefulness, and improved well-being. In the Gratitude Letter worksheet, children are provided a template for writing a letter to someone for whom they are thankful...
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Study Tips for ADHD and Test Anxiety

Study Tips for ADHD and Test Anxiety

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Study skills help to reduce test anxiety, improve focus, and increase motivation to do well on tests. Good study habits are important for all students, but they are particularly beneficial for those with ADHD or test anxiety. The Study Tips worksheet describes several research-based tips and techniques to improve how students study and prepare for tests...
Cognitive Restructuring: Socratic Questions

Cognitive Restructuring: Socratic Questions

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The term cognitive restructuring refers to the process of challenging, and changing, irrational thoughts. Socratic questioning is one technique to encourage this process. Therapists use Socratic questioning verbally by asking probing questions about their clients' irrational thoughts. As clients improve their awareness of irrational thoughts, they can begin to consciously question their own thoughts...
Positive Psychology Prompt Cards

Positive Psychology Prompt Cards

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While traditional therapies tend to focus on fixing problems and dealing with pathology, positive psychology takes a different approach. The goal of positive psychology is to build happiness and well-being. One technique used to achieve this goal is making a conscious effort to recognize the good things that happen to us...
Supporting Someone with Depression

Supporting Someone with Depression

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Supporting a loved one with depression can be a painful and emotionally draining experience. Depression doesn’t just affect one person—it also affects those around them. Oftentimes, friends and family feel lost. They want to help, but they don’t know where to begin. The Supporting Someone with Depression worksheet describes several practical and meaningful ways to support someone who is battling depression...
What is Anorexia?

What is Anorexia?

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Anorexia nervosa, usually shortened to anorexia, is an eating disorder that involves very low body weight, fear of gaining weight, and the use of extreme behaviors to stay underweight. Many people who have anorexia strive to be thin by severely restricting food intake, nearly to the point of starvation...
Behavioral Experiment

Behavioral Experiment

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Our thoughts and beliefs determine how we feel, and how we act, at any given moment. Even thoughts that are irrational, or lack evidence, impact our mood and behavior. A behavioral experiment is a CBT tool for testing our thoughts and beliefs, and replacing those that are irrational and harmful with healthy alternatives...
Worry Coping Cards

Worry Coping Cards

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Coping skills are a valuable tool for managing worry and rumination. These techniques can provide distraction from rumination in the moment, or help manage long-term anxiety if used regularly. The Worry Coping Cards each describe a unique skill for managing worry, such as deep breathing, journaling, and mindfulness...
Emotion Reference Sheet

Emotion Reference Sheet

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Alexithymia—difficulty recognizing and verbalizing emotions—is a trait possessed by about 8% of males and 2% of females. Individuals with alexithymia experience emotions, but have a hard time expressing and naming them. Instead, when asked about emotions, they’ll describe physical symptoms, or talk about behavior...
What is Domestic Abuse?

What is Domestic Abuse?

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Abuse between romantic partners—known as domestic abuse or intimate partner violence—takes many forms. It can be overt, as in physical violence, or subtle, such as controlling a partner through emotional, financial, or other forms of manipulation. Education about abuse is an important first step for victims seeking help, or for those who are unaware they are in an abusive relationship...
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