Therapy Worksheets

Useful bits and bobs for therapeutic transformation...

Sometimes we are so focused on all the things we have to do that when times open up in front of us, we forget about all the fun things we want to do. Here's a few ideas to get your creativity flowing. Start your own list!

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Thought Testing Worksheet

Sometimes we get stuck on certain thoughts or we form the habit of certain thinking patterns. This can be so automatic, we are not even aware that it is happening. Importantly, we rarely take the time to test these thoughts. This worksheet can help.

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List of Emotions

In order to accurately label our feelings, it can be helpful to expand our emotion vocabulary. Beyond the six core emotions, there are many facets of emotion. Check out this handy list to make it easier to identify exactly what you are feeling...

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Value Domains Worksheet

Much of our conflict arises when we are not acting in line with what is important to us. If we Family is important to us, but we spend most of our week at work doing long hours, then this mismatch may cause us distress. Rate your value domains with this worksheet.

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Values-Based Action Plan

To create long-lasting behavioural change, we need to choose and implement helpful behaviours. These are most successful when they are aligned with our values and what is important to us. This worksheet can guide you in determining new choices for enhanced wellbeing. 

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Negative Core Beliefs

Our core beliefs develop early on as we explore the world as children. Which core beliefs are deep rooted in you? Find out their key theme and what age they developed at with this table.

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Emotion Wave Observation

Emotions come in waves. Often when they get too intense we engage in almost automatic behaviours to try to avoid or suppress them. These behaviours are often driven by our fight-flight system. Try observing and engaging with them instead and see how they change using this worksheet.

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Stress Response Reflection

When's the last time you had a chance to break down a stressful situation which left you feeling irritated, sad or anxious? Use this worksheet to analyse what happened in detail. From there, you can find targets for change.

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List of Values

It can be challenging to come up with values on the spot, especially when we are not used to thinking about them. We also need to differentiate between the values we would like to hold and those that we actually hold and that are truly important to us. Use this list to explore. 

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Thought Biases

Our thoughts can paint our perception of reality. Thought biases can be automatic and may have a negative effect on our mental health. Check out this worksheet to identify what thoughts biases you might have that are holding you back.

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Dr Esslin Terrighena - Psychologist in Hong Kong

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