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Therapy worksheets related to Anxiety

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Grounding Techniques

Grounding Techniques

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Following a trauma, it’s normal to experience flashbacks, feelings of disconnection or anxiety, and other uncomfortable symptoms. Managing emotions becomes increasingly difficult, and the mind may seem to be taken over by painful thoughts and feelings. The Grounding Techniques worksheet describes four skills used for controlling intense emotional experiences and regaining mental focus...
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Common Reactions to Trauma

Common Reactions to Trauma

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Long-term reactions to trauma are unique, personal, and often painful. Sometimes the reactions seem random, as if they have little to do with the trauma. Other times, they are simply too much. They are vivid, painful, and overwhelming. A step in many trauma interventions involves normalizing these reactions, and showing that a person is not broken, wrong, or alone...
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The Cycle of Anxiety

The Cycle of Anxiety

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When a person avoids a feared situation—whether through physical avoidance, the use of drugs and alcohol, or otherwise—the uncomfortable symptoms of anxiety quickly fade away. Unfortunately, the relief doesn't last long. And next time, the anxiety will be worse. The brain thinks: "Last time I avoided this situation, and that felt good...
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Coping Skills: Anxiety

Coping Skills: Anxiety

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The Coping Skills: Anxiety worksheet describes four strategies for reducing anxiety. Strategies include deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, imagery, and challenging irrational thoughts. These coping strategies can help your clients deal with anxiety when it arises, as well as contributing to long-term anxiety relief...
Deep Breathing

Deep Breathing

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Deep breathing is a popular relaxation technique that helps to control the symptoms of stress, anxiety, and anger. The skill is easy to learn, and provides near immediate relief from uncomfortable symptoms. As the name suggests, deep breathing works by taking slow, deep breaths, to trigger the body's relaxation response...
Healthy vs. Unhealthy Coping Strategies

Healthy vs. Unhealthy Coping Strategies

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Coping strategies are the actions we take to deal with stress, problems, or uncomfortable emotions. Unhealthy coping strategies often provide instant gratification or relief, but have long-term negative consequences. In contrast, healthy coping strategies don’t always feel good in the moment, but they contribute to long-lasting positive outcomes...
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...
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...
How to Practice Mindfulness Meditation

How to Practice Mindfulness Meditation

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Jon Kabat-Zinn—a leader in the field of mindfulness—has described mindfulness as "paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally". Research has linked mindfulness with numerous benefits to mental well-being. The Mindfulness Meditation worksheet provides all the information your clients will need to begin practicing mindfulness on their own...
What is Mindfulness?

What is Mindfulness?

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Mindfulness is a state of nonjudgmental awareness of what’s happening in the present moment, including the awareness of one’s own thoughts, feelings, and senses. Over the past decade, mindfulness has worked its way into the world of mental health because of its many benefits to cognition and mental wellbeing...
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