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Gratitude Journal: Three Good Things

Gratitude Journal: Three Good Things

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"Three good things" is a classic gratitude exercise where participants are asked to write down three good things from their day, whether big or small. Practicing gratitude regularly has been shown to increase positive emotions and improve well-being. The Gratitude Journal: Three Good Things worksheet provides three gratitude prompts per day, for seven days...
Gratitude Jar Activity

Gratitude Jar Activity

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Gratitude jars are a fun, artistic, and hands-on way for children to practice gratitude. In this activity, children will create a special jar for saving gratitude statements at the end of each day. Using blank slips of paper, or the prompts provided in this handout, they will write down three good things about their day...
Self-Care Assessment

Self-Care Assessment

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Self-care activities are the things you do to maintain good health and improve well-being. Some self-care activities might already be part of your routine, such as eating regular meals, enjoying a hobby, or spending time with friends. However, during periods of stress, self-care sometimes takes a back seat to other responsibilities...
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...
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...
Gratitude Journal

Gratitude Journal

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Gratitude journals are a popular and effective intervention from the field of positive psychology. The goal of a gratitude journal is to increase our focus on positive experiences, which improves well-being. The Gratitude Journal worksheet begins with a one-page info sheet, followed by several pages for journaling practice...
Relationship Gratitude Tips

Relationship Gratitude Tips

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As a relationship ages, we sometimes take the things we love about our partners for granted. Practicing gratitude is a great way to show your partner that you appreciate them, while improving the quality of your relationship. The Relationship Gratitude Tips worksheet includes a list of ideas to help couples show gratitude in their relationships...
Protective Factors

Protective Factors

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Protective factors are things that contribute to mental health, and allow a person to be resilient in the face of challenges. Someone with a lot of protective factors—such as strong relationships and healthy coping skills—will be better equipped to overcome life's obstacles. The Protective Factors worksheet includes both a psychoeducation and an interactive component...
Looking Back, Looking Forward

Looking Back, Looking Forward

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Looking back at our accomplishments, and forward toward our goals, can be a rewarding activity. Research in positive psychology tells us that focusing on our good experiences, and imagining our "best possible self" can be one step toward building happiness. This worksheet is a good fit with a wide range of clients...
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