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Worksheets can have a helpful role in both personal development and professional mental health counseling. Whether you’re an individual seeking interactive worksheets to grow skills and awareness or a therapist looking for resources for professional work, the printable PDF worksheets below may provide helpful resources without the clinical feel of typical psychology-related worksheets.

Generalized Anxiety Art: A Doodle About Being Anxious for No Reason

This download includes a worksheet on generalized anxiety. The 1-page black-and-white worksheet is designed to flip brains from “therapy homework” mode into “interactive activity book” mode, which may help folks develop awareness, mindfulness, and self-soothing skills with less of the stigma or avoidance that clinical resources sometimes prompt.

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DBT Printables: Bingo Worksheet & DBT Skills Cheat Sheet

I believe that some resources used in Mental Health treatment are unnecessarily cold, clinical, or technical. These hard-to-relate-to resources may risk pushing people away instead of inviting them to engage in both a healing relationship with their therapist and with information that could help their recovery.

My printable resources like this DBT card are different. Consciously designed to integrate the fundamental concepts and package them in an approachable, non-clinical, non-threatening way, these DBT inspired worksheets can make diary cards, homework printables, and skills-practicing as easy and fun as activity books.

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