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Anxiety & PTSD Worksheets

Do you, or your clients, struggle with anxiety, negative thoughts, avoidance, or PTSD? Many people deal with these issues and have problems making real change.

These practical worksheets walk through the steps of mindfulness and CBT, strategies shown to be effective with these challenges.

Learn techniques to help overcome worry, avoidance, overwhelm, and intrusive thoughts. This bundle has 8 worksheets, including 30+ pages. Download now to use it on your screen, print, or e-mail to your clients.

This bundle is currently marked down to 50% off!

Worksheets Included:
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What's Covered: 
These worksheets are consistent with the best therapies for anxiety and PTSD. They target symptoms like: 

  • High anxiety and anxiety attacks

  • ​Negative thoughts about yourself and the world

  • Feelings that seem too intense or overwhelming

  • Avoidance of places, situations, and triggers

  • Avoidance of thinking or remembering past trauma

  • Thoughts of shame and self-blame about your trauma

  • Difficulty making sense of why things happen

Use these worksheets with CBT, TF-CBT, CPT, exposure therapies, and more. 

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How to Use:

Use these worksheets as often as you like, for yourself or your clients.

Here are some options: 
  • Download the worksheet PDFs and read them on your screen
  • Print out the worksheets and write on the physical pages
  • Store physical worksheets in a binder for quick reference
  • Import the files into a notes app and write on the screen 
  • E-mail the worksheets to your clients
  • Pull worksheets up on the screen during a telehealth session

Choose your tools

or worksheets. 

Print your worksheet, use on your device, or e-mail to clients.

Practice your new skills and repeat or review your pages .

Why CBT Methods Work:

Most humans tend to think negatively. It's likely a survival mechanism our species learned over time. While that's good for staying alive in dangerous situations, it doesn't always make for a happy life. I've helped many clients learn the techniques to think more positively, and therefore feel happier. While it feels strange at first, with practice it becomes more natural. These worksheet includes the specific steps I practice with my clients to master this process. You can use it on your own or along with therapy. 

  • Thousands of studies prove that CBT works

  • All CBT therapies include this basic technique of challenging and changing thoughts

  • CBT is used to treat anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addiction, PTSD, and more

Worksheet Reviews:

"This worksheet is simple but effective. I like the example that walks through how to notice and change your thoughts. I am still working on it, but this definitely got me started." 

"This is a professional-looking tool that I can e-mail to my clients between Zoom sessions. They typically print it or we pull it up during a session. It's a good starting point for CBT." 

"This goes right along with what I'm learning in therapy, but it gives me a tangible tool. I have a printed version and I keep it on my phone so I can see it when I'm having a hard day. When I actually practice this I do feel better." 


Take Care of Your Clients and Yourself!

When things aren't going well it can feel overwhelming and out of control. CBT can help you deal with those tough days. I use this process when teaching my clients the basics of CBT. I use it plenty of days for myself as well. It won't replace therapy, and you may need some outside help to practice noticing your own patterns, or you may need to walk your clients through it. But this will review the basic building blocks of changing lifelong patterns. Print it for yourself, view it on your screen, or send it to your clients or therapist. Start putting yourself and your happiness first. Life is short. Let's live it!