Anxiety Self Help Tool

What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is the practice of being fully present in the moment, observing thoughts and sensations without judgment. It promotes self-awareness and reduces stress. Read More
Relaxation Techniques
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Social Anxiety Safety Behaviors
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challenging anxious thoughts
The Challenging Anxious Thoughts worksheet educates clients on irrational vs. rational thoughts in anxiety using examples and personal reflection, best practiced with client guidance and in varied scenarios. Read More
Challenging Negative Thoughts
This CBT worksheet guides clients in challenging negative thoughts by encouraging a shift in perspective, similar to how a friend might view their situation. It assumes basic CBT knowledge and provides links for additional support. Read More
Coping Skills: Anxiety
The Coping Skills: Anxiety worksheet outlines four anxiety-reduction strategies: deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, imagery, and challenging irrational thoughts. Encourage clients to practice these techniques at home for effective anxiety relief and as a session refresher. Read More
Countering Anxiety (Thought Log)
CBT's thought logs assist in identifying anxiety-triggering thoughts and replacing them with rational responses. This worksheet aids clients in practicing alternative perspectives on events to change their emotions and behaviors. Read More
Deep Breathing
Deep breathing is an effective relaxation technique for managing stress, anxiety, and anger. The Deep Breathing worksheet offers clear instructions, a rationale, helpful tips, and common pitfalls to help clients practice and remember this valuable skill after therapy. Read More
Exploring Social Anxiety
Social anxiety affects a significant portion of adults, often leading to life-altering decisions and sacrifices. The Exploring Social Anxiety worksheet aids early treatment stages, offering psychoeducation and self-exploration to boost motivation and set treatment goals. Read More
Grounding Techniques
Grounding techniques are valuable for managing trauma symptoms like flashbacks and anxiety. The Grounding Techniques worksheet outlines four methods: 5-4-3-2-1, Categories, Body awareness, and Mental exercises, promoting focus on the present moment. It's a useful take-home resource for clients. Read More
Healthy vs. Unhealthy Coping Strategies
Coping strategies can be healthy or unhealthy. The Healthy vs. Unhealthy Coping Strategies worksheet educates clients on the importance of choosing healthy coping methods. It combines psychoeducation with practical exercises to help clients apply this knowledge in their lives, making it suitable for those dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, or addiction. It can also facilitate group discussions. Read More
How to Practice Mindfulness Meditation
Mindfulness, as defined by Jon Kabat-Zinn, involves purposeful, nonjudgmental attention to the present moment. The Mindfulness Meditation worksheet offers guidance on posture, breathing, and managing a wandering mind, enabling clients to start practicing mindfulness independently for improved mental well-being. Read More
Panic Assessment
This printable assessment is designed to gather essential information about your client's panic attacks, aiding in diagnosis and documentation. It aims to identify triggers, symptoms, and potential signs of panic disorder, facilitating informed treatment decisions. However, it's crucial to note that a formal diagnosis should rely on professional clinical judgment. Read More
RAIN: Mindfulness Technique
Mindfulness, characterized by nonjudgmental awareness of the present moment, is beneficial for mental health. The RAIN technique, detailed in the RAIN: Mindfulness Technique worksheet, guides clients to Recognize, Allow, Investigate, and Nurture their experiences. It helps reduce stress, anger, and anxiety, promoting a calm and centered state. Clients are encouraged to go through the steps at their own pace. Read More
Worry Exploration Questions
The Worry Exploration Questions worksheet helps clients challenge irrational worry by prompting them to consider likely outcomes rather than worst-case scenarios. It employs Socratic questions suitable for children, teens, and adults, aiding in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). Read More