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Worksheets

Sarah works with her client's create the change they are looking for. Some clients enjoy a visual to help facilitate that change. These tools can be used to help symptoms of depression, anxiety, and trauma, improve mental health, and to develop personal growth

Here are a few of the worksheets that Sarah references during sessions. These are provided for client's to be able to access them while at home and work best with a full description of the concepts the and skills the activities are meant to promote. 

These worksheets are not intended to replace therapeutic services. 

Breathing

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A story to remind you to slow down your breathing to calm your body and anxiety.

We breathe all day, but learning how or breaths change the way our body feels is something that we can explore and learn. 

Emotions

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A thermometer to help figure out where your emotions live. We aren't taught emotion words in school. It's hard to address your emotions, if you don't know what emotion you are feeling. Are you depressed or is ashamed a better word. Anxious, worried, nervous,... they are all slightly different.

Sad, Mad, Happy... is there a better word to describe how you are feeling?

Relationships
as a house

A tool to explore the relationships in our lives. Healthy and unhealthy relationships. Who do we allow into different parts of our lives.

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Relationships as a House Preview
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Relationships as a House Preview
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Worksheet to help develop communication skills. Improve relationships. Decrease anxiety.

Communication

Miscommunication is a common occurrence. This worksheet helps develop communication skills in a silly way.

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The grief doesn't get smaller, we grow to hold it.

Grief and Loss

Grief and loss is something we will all experience at some point in our lives. Healing happens over time.

Token Economy

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An explanation of the Token  Economy (based on the spoon theory)

Sometimes we run low on bandwidth. The token economy gives us strategies to decide where our efforts should go. 

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CBT Triangle. Visual of how thoughts, emotions, and behaviors are connected. Change worry, anger, depression to more helpful emotions

CBT Triangle

Find the connection between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors and see how we can change thoughts to manage emotions.

Mindfulness

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A visual to add to your mindfulness practice. Mindfulness can reduce stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and improve brain function

We are told to be mindful all the time, but what does that mean? Be mindful in a way that is actually helpful to you!

Cycle of Violence

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The Cycle of Violence. More information on the page

When we experience domestic violence we often think that it is our own fault; however, abusers use tools to keep us trapped. 

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