Therapy and Self-Help Worksheets


Therapy and Self-Help Worksheets

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Categories: Below are links to worksheets online and PDF versions of worksheets I have collected over time. I have categories of therapeutic approaches, such as CBT, as well as problems and issues, such as anxiety. Many of the worksheets could probably go into more than one category, but there are no duplicate links here.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Training in ACT (multiple worksheets and tools)

The Happiness Trap Worksheets

ACT and Love (Relationships)

ACT Client Handouts

Assessing Psychological Inflexibility

Goal Setting and Committed Action


Thoughts and Behavior Worksheet

Making Choices Worksheet

Making Choices using Red and Green

Good Behavior Chart Princess

Good Behavior Chart Basketball

Behavior Contract

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT Self-Help Course (40 page Adobe)

Eating Disorders

Positive Psychology Keeping Weight In Check

Mood and Anxiety Management

Am I Getting Burned Out Checklist

Identify Feelings Worksheets

How Do I Feel Today?

How are we Feeling Worksheet

How are They Feeling Flashcards

Feelings Word Search

Feelings Matching Game

Feeling Flashcards using Emoticons


Conflict Resolution Worksheets

Allowance Saving Chart

Overcoming Perfectionism Modules

Positive Psychology

Three Good Things

Recalling Flow Experiences (being in the zone)

Positive Traits

Positive Experiences

Personal Strengths and Qualities

Forgiveness Letter

15-Minute Bounce Back from Stress and Anxiety

Identify and Deal With Negative Beliefs

Reframing the Situation

Bedtime Blessings

Reframing: Sugar vs. Lemon


Eliminating Grudges

Positive Coping with Health Conditions

The Smile Experiment

Relationships/ Couple’s Therapy

My Partner’s Qualities

Relationship Building: Shared Qualities

Self-Esteem, Confidence, Assertiveness

Improving Assertiveness (10 printable modules)

  • Kerry M. Gasson, PC-CR

    This is a wonderful site! Thank you so much! As a new PC, I’m always on the look-out for useful activities/techniques to use when working with the children, adolescents, and teens that I see. Do you have any activities/worksheets geared toward specific conflict resolution and problem solving skill techniques? Again,thank you!

    • Thanks Kerry! I actually think I do have some worksheets I can share on those topics. I’ll take a look and let you know! 🙂

  • Shauna Chacon

    I found you through the Liana Lowenstein facebook page…I am so glad she highlighted you as one of her favorite blogs! I plan to visit your page frequently. Thanks for different ideas and perspectives! 🙂

  • That’s wonderful!!

  • i like this website so every time i need somthing it would problemly come her or any other website you make

  • Paulami Roy

    i love this site. i have 2 children my daughter is 11 and my son is 7……I usually look for amazing stuffs here.thanks

  • Carolyn

    I am a licensed social worker who just returned to work (school based counselor, elementary in an emotional support classroom). I will be running groups & need good ideas for lesson plans. A friend recommended your website and I am so happy to access your resources! Please keep up the good work!

  • Thank You Whitney!! and thanks for reading and following! 🙂

  • Thanks Vaijyanti!

  • Thank you!

  • Kim – what a wonderful website, blog, and lists of resources. Bravo! I’m a skill and strength focused psychologist in Oregon. I love teaching my clients ways to live more joyfully and effectively. I also collect tools for therapy and have designed some of my own (see CourageToBloom). I find when clients are kinesthetically involved they learn quicker and the learning sticks a bit better. Thanks for posting such wonderful resources. Keep up the great work.

    • Elsbeth, thank you for the encouraging comment! I am interested in learning more about your tools for clients. Thank you for sharing!

  • Thanks for responding. I love to talk about my tools. You can see many of them on Courage to Bloom. I’m in the midst of revamping my site so it keeps changing. Please feel free to list my tools as a resource on your site. I’m on a mission to equip young therapists with tools for effective practice.

    You’ve done an excellent job of offering potent resources on your site (CBT, ACT, etc.). My passion is making these effective strategies accessible and “playful” for therapists. My Distorted Thinking cards, for example, allow therapists to take the often dry topic of cognitive distortions and make it “fun” to present and discuss. I’m sort of a playful kind of gal so I’m always looking for ways to bring engagement and play into my work. It looks like you might be of similar style.

    BTW, I found your site while looking through Pinterest. There are many good tools available to therapists there. I’m working on getting my handouts and tools more visible on Pinterest.

    Nice talking with you. I’d love to keep the conversation going. You can email me directly if you’d like.

  • Daisy

    Amazing resources! Thank you for sharing. This is a site I will refer to now that I have started my clinical internship. Thank you.

    • Thank you Daisy!! Your comments are so encouraging! Please continue to check back 🙂

  • Cyrus Jjita

    I like your page. Thanks for the efforts and services. I hope to keep visiting. Its a wonderful service for me especially here in Uganda.

    • Thank you for reading Cyrus all the way in Uganda Cyrus!!