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Counseling worksheets

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DBT Therapy Worksheet | Mental Health Worksheets

On this page, we will provide you with a DBT Therapy worksheet, which will help you to learn and practice four core skills of dialectical behavioral

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These coping skills activities are a fun, NO-PREP way to help your students learn about positive coping skills! With these two worksheets, students will learn the difference between positive and negative coping skills and will identify positive coping skills they can use! This resource is perfect for your fall themed counseling lessons! The digital Google slides component also works great for distance learning.
These are popular worksheets with my youth and adult clients! This bundle of 8 printable therapy tools includes a strengths inventory, self-care assessment, readiness ruler/motivational interviewing worksheet for change, a change plan/relapse prevention plan, a feelings worksheet (i.e. how different feelings are experienced in the body.), an ecomap template, gratitude tree, and a safety plan!
Use these winter themed character education activities in your school counseling or SEL lessons! With these worksheets, bulletin board displays and other activities, elementary students will learn how to show kindness and empathy with their words. The activities come in printable and digital formats to help school counselors doing distance learning. Use them for individual, small group and classroom school counseling lessons for 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade!
Activity: Finding Your Moral Compass