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Free worksheets and forms to help consumers and professionals engage in cognitive behavioural therapies.
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Worksheets and workbooks
Working with ExRP FOR OCD
A series of worksheets to help clients record intrusions/compulsions and engage in exposure and response prevention.
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Working with Exposure for Trauma
A series of worksheets to help clients formulate trauma using the Ehlers & Clark model and engage in either imaginal or in vivo exposure.
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Working with Imaginal Exposure
A series of worksheets to help clients plan their exposure hierarchy and engage in imaginal exposure.
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Working with IN VIVO Exposure
A series of worksheets to help clients plan their exposure hierarchy and engage in in vivo exposure.
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Working with INTEROCEPTIVE Exposure
A series of worksheets to help clients plan their exposure hierarchy and engage in interoceptive exposure.
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WORKING WITH AUTOMATIC Thoughts
A series of worksheets to help clients record, evaluate and test their automatic thinking using the cognitive model.
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Working with Common Beliefs
A series of worksheets to help clients identify, evaluate and test rules, assumptions and beliefs using the cognitive model.
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Working with VALUES
A worksheet to help clients identify values.
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THE VALUES BULLSEYE
A worksheet to help clients identify how closely they are living their values in common life domains.                                                         
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Working with CBT FOR ADDICTION
A series of worksheets to help clients assess motivation, identify and manage urges, evaluate thinking and conduct urge exposures.
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Forms
Adult
Mental Health
Assessment
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Adult
COGNITIVE
Assessment
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THERAPY
PROGRESS AND
PLANNING
Form
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SUPERVISION
AND SESSION 
SUMMARY
Form
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Reading list
Clients sometimes ask which books I recommend. Below is a collection of books that I have found helpful for working with everything from anxiety and depression, to building resilience, understanding the self and navigating relationships.
A Liberated Mind
by Steven C. Hayes
In this book, the founder of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Steven Hayes explains how we get tangled up in negative or anxious thinking, and how we can use ACT to free ourselves from our thoughts. Once freed from rumination and fear, we can start to explore what is really important to us and invite more of it into our lives. This is recommended reading for anyone who finds themselves struggling with their thoughts and feelings.

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The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work
by John M. Gottman
and Nan Silver
John Gottman and his colleagues pioneered new methods for studying intimate relationships and the result is a framework for happier, deeper connections. Dr Gottman's work can help anyone make simple, effective changes in their day-to-day interactions with the people they love. Though this book focuses on marriage, its principles can be applied to any intimate relationship.

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Daring Greatly
by Brene Brown
Shame is the fear that something about us makes us unworthy of love and belonging. If we spend our whole lives behind our 'shame-armour' of blame, hostility, cynicism and perfectionism we often end up depressed, anxious or addicted. Brene Brown extends a warm, funny invitation to instead be vulnerable: to live and love wholeheartedly despite the risk, uncertainty and emotional exposure that vulnerability brings. This book is essential how-to-human reading.

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How to Have a Beautiful Mind
by Edward DeBono
Edward De Bono is a fascinating thinker and this is (in my opinion) his best book on applying his concepts of lateral and parallel thinking to becoming a better person. De Bono helps us understand the beauty of thought and how anyone can make simple changes to how they think and - by extension - who they are.

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The Dance of Intimacy
by Harriet Lerner
In this book, Harriet Lerner provides her unique brand of warm, practical advice on improving relationships by learning to focus more on ourselves and become less reactive to others. Lerner illustrates the systems theory approach to relationships with clear, relatable examples. The book is written for women, but is relevant to anyone. If you are struggling to establish and maintain a close relationship - romantic or otherwise - read this book.

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Emotional Intelligence
by Daniel Goleman
This classic popular psychology book showcases the breadth of psychological science and the impact it can have on how we understand ourselves, our children, our partners and our communities. In Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman outlines the key emotional skills that can help us succeed in relationships, careers and just about anywhere else. As a psychologist and former science journalist, Goleman is fantastic at explaining research and how it applies to our lives. The science is a bit old but the message is as useful as ever.

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Dare to Lead
by Brene Brown
In this book, Brene Brown translates her principles for shame-free, wholehearted living into the world of leadership. She defines leaders as anyone responsible for finding and fostering the potential in people and systems. By this definition, most of us become leaders at some point, so the book has broad relevance. If you are struggling to lead others, or you work in a shame-laden culture of back-channelling and blame, read this book.

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The Rubber Brain
by Sue Morris
Jacquelyn Cranney
Peter Baldwin
Leigh Mellish
and Annette Krochmalik
My friends and I at UNSW wrote this book to help young learners develop resilience, think flexibly, enhance relationships and get to know themselves better - all crucial for success in study, work and life! We each come from a different area of psychology , so our book covers a wide range of evidence-based approaches to optimising young minds. If you are a young person (or know one) who is struggling with self-management, decision-making, negative thinking or other mental road blocks, read this book.

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