11 Feb

Therapist Worksheets

I love when I find tools and worksheets that therapists can use with their clients to improve their mental health wellness. Here are some links to mental health sites that have information and resources for both clients and therapists. These are some great tools you can use with clients but remember that some of them may be copyrighted so you may have to ask for permission from the author before you use them.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance – This website has educational information, a wellness toolbox, peer support, advocacy, and resources for clinicians.

Wellness Worksheets – This is a PDF with worksheets and information on everything from stress management to physical wellness.

Personal Workbook – This is a PDF from the New York Office of Mental Health for working on recovery in a group setting. It includes goals setting, barriers to achieving goals and a lot more.

Wellness Modules – This site has links to PDFs on topics like anger management, stress, finding support and healthy thinking.

Choices in Recovery – This is a site with support and information for people with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder and bipolar disorder. It has mental health worksheets on topics like goals setting, creativity, budgeting and preparing for doctor’s appointments.

The Five Factor Wellness and Habit Change Workbook – A workbook for mental health wellness.

Belmont WellnessPsychoeducational Handouts, quizzes and group activities.


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3 responses to “Therapist Worksheets

  1. fredwoman

    March 13, 2014 at 7:22 am

    Hi Anna. My name is Deborah. I work full time but I’m thinking of taking on a few private clients one day a week. How do I get permission to use material that is copywrited? That is, how do I get in touch with the author?

  2. Anna Deeds, LPC

    March 13, 2014 at 8:09 am

    Hi Deborah! You would have to contact the author on each website or worksheet. Some of them are free to use and others have information on how to ask permission. Thanks for reading!

  3. Art Stafford

    May 7, 2014 at 11:55 am

    Thank you, Anna for this site and for the resources. I’ve only got a few clients (I’m in part-time residency with a full-time job in another field), and right now all my clients are depressives or bipolar. These resources are going to be a tremendous help. Love the site and already looking forward to the future possibilities of private practice!


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