Having a plan for handling a crisis can help people access care, know who to call, and what to do.
With interactive, care-focused prompts in a less-clinical format, this essential tool is tailored for therapists, social workers, counselors, and school psychologists. The notepad contains 50 pages in a convenient 8.5 x 11-inch size.
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- Easy and Practical: Each notebook features 50 tearaway worksheets, preprinted with fill-in-the-blank sections. The 8.5 x 11-inch size provides ample space for writing, with a sturdy chipboard back for on-the-go convenience.
- Approachable & Accessible: This crisis plan worksheet is meant to complement clinical resources, empowering clients to create and refer back to their own crisis resources. Having a plan for handling a crisis can help people access care, know who to call, and what to do- a plan can help soothe a dysregulated brain, calm frazzled nerves, and help people who are struggling take a little better care of themselves until they feel better or help arrives.
- Suitable for All Ages: With a design that balances playfulness and maturity, these worksheets cater to both adults and older children, serving as a valuable tool for teaching self-care and crisis-coping skills.
- For Therapists, Counselors, and Clinicians: Whether used by high school teachers for social-emotional learning or in therapeutic sessions with counselors and clinicians, this notepad is an ideal resource for collaboratively creating crisis and suicide prevention plans.
- Trauma-Sensitive & Flexible: Carefully crafted by a therapist, these worksheets are trauma-sensitive, adaptable, and emphasize individuals’ understanding of what constitutes good self-care. The user-friendly format and compassionate prompts make them accessible to trauma survivors seeking support.
THIS NOTEBOOK IS FOR EDUCATIONAL AND ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY unless used by a licensed professional in the context of supplementary clinical materials and a treatment plan. This notebook is not a standalone clinical resource or intended to replace diagnosis, assessment, or treatment by a licensed mental health professional.