Life Skills & Mental Health Workbooks
This essential series of workbooks contains self-assessments, exercises, and educational/reflection questions for journaling. All exercises are reproducible.
Anger - Helps participants learn how anger and aggression are impacting their lives, and how to make constructive changes, gain insight and learn strategies.
Communication - Uses two powerful psychological tools designed to enhance communication skills: self-assessment and journaling. Participants will learn more about themselves as well as the impact of effective and ineffective communication patterns.
Conflict Management - The reproducible activities in this workbook help participants learn about: Beliefs about conflict, conflict management styles, active listening skills, determining hot buttons, and negotiation styles.
Domestic Violence - Domestic abuse is complex and can take many different forms: Physical, sexual, psychological, emotional, and verbal. The five sections of the workbook help participants learn skills for recognizing and dealing with abusive relationships.
Practical Life Skills - Practical Life Skills will help participants learn more about themselves and the competencies they possess in many life-skill areas including: Problem-solving, money management, time management & self-awareness.
Relationships - Intimate relationships play a critical role in a person's overall health and wellness. An intimate relationship provides an antidote to the worries, tension, depression and the stress of our everyday lives. Intimate relationships can be the best - and the most challenging - part of a person's experience. The goal of this workbook is to help each participant explore personal and partner behaviors.
Resiliency - The Building Resiliency workbook contains five separate sections to help participants learn more about themselves and how to build resiliency which will enable them to thrive in times of adversity, change, and stress. They will learn about the importance of building resiliency skills to turn change and stress into opportunities and challenge, and to take positive actions in order to live their lives with less stress.
Spirituality - Spirituality is a critical component of the overall concept of wellness. Spiritual wellness has been described as a process of getting in touch with your inner self by exploring the spiritual themes in your life and thereby discovering your personal spiritual ideas and understandings. One of the goals of this workbook is to open participants to the possibilities of spirituality and its benefits and to either start them on their spiritual path or assist them in enriching their present spiritual path.
Substance Abuse - This workbook contains five sections that help individuals determine the level of their addiction, examine personality traits that predispose them to various addictions, measure codependency characteristics, understand relapse warning signs and identify excuses they may be using to continue their abuse of substances. Deals with a wide variety of addictions. Contains self-assessments, exploratory activities, reflective journaling exercises and educational handouts.
Wellness - This workbook contains six sections to help participants learn more about themselves and their lifestyles. They will learn about a wellness lifestyle that promotes health and well-being by exploring: Coping with stress, physical fitness, creative leisure, healthy relationships, spiritual wellness, and life skills.
Work Skills - The purpose of this workbook is to provide workers and prospective workers with the requisite skills they will need to be successful in any work setting.