A CBT workbook – A Young Person’s Guide to Thinking Straight – designed for use in a therapeutic context. This is currently available for free worldwide. Download links below. Simply e-mail Gary , firstname.lastname@example.org, to request free use of the program. Here are the official download links website: http://www.ucd.ie/psychology/CBTWorkbook/peskygnats.html
The CBT program is designed to allow young people to:
- learn new ways of understanding themselves better,
- learn how to relate to important people in their lives differently,
- learn new skills for understanding their emotions,
- learn new ways of thinking about things, and learn new behaviors.
All of these are part of effective psychological interventions for over-coming emotional and behavioural difficulties. The first 3 parts of your workbook ask you to tell us about yourself, your family, and the story of your life. From part 4 onwards its about learning different life-skills, like expressing your feelings, planning good times or managing anger.
The 11 chapters are as follows:
- About Me – Part-1-About-Me-usa (10 pages)
- My Family – Part-2-My-Family-usa (11 Pages)
- The Story of My Life – Part-3-My-Life-Story-usa (12 pages)
- Expressing How I Feel – Part-4-Expressing-Feelings-usa (17 pages)
- My Behavior – Part-5-My-Behavior-usa (10 pages)
- Thinking Straight (core CBT skills) – Part 6 Thinking Straight (18 pages)
- Communication Skills – Part-7-Communication-Skills-usa (11 pages)
- Good times – Part-8-Good-Times-usa (7 pages)
- Learning How to Relax – Part-9-Relaxation-Skills-usa (7 pages)
- Learning How to RETHINK Angry feelings – Part-10-Anger-Management-usa (18 pages)
- Problem Solving – Part-11-Problem-Solving-usa (7 pages)
Here is another FREE download for TF-CBT Workbook: TFCBT workbook
Brief introduction to this TRAUMA-FOCUSED CBT workbook: This workbook has been developed for use with children ages six to fourteen who have experienced one or more traumatic events. The activities in the workbook correspond to the treatment components of the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF- CBT) model, which was developed by Judith Cohen, Anthony Mannarino, and Esther Deblinger (Cohen, Mannarino, & Deblinger, 2006). The intended use of the workbook is by master’s level mental health professionals who have also had training in TF-CBT and have read the manual on TF-CBT (cited above).
The fight or flight response was first described by Walter Bradford Cannon in 1929. It describes automatic bodily responses to perceived threat. These responses are evolutionary adaptations to stay safe in threatening situations. Here is worksheet visual – CBT – for PTSD:
Download here: threat_system_en-us
A simple pictorial explanation of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) based upon the Ehler’s & Clark (2000) cognitive model of PTSD.
Download Worksheet on Understanding PTSD here: understanding_ptsd_en-us
- http://psychology.tools/ptsd.html (Lots of free worksheets on this website – CBT worksheets to PTSD)