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CBT Worksheets for Individual or Group Counseling


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These print-and-go CBT worksheets make doing cognitive work with elementary students easy and effective. They’re perfect for individual counseling or group counseling activities. Print on cardstock and put in sheet protectors or dry erase pockets for repeated use or keep a stack of copies at the ready!

This resource includes the following worksheets:

•Identifying thoughts vs. feelings vs. actions

•Generating various thoughts given a neutral scenario

•Identifying body feelings

•Deep breathing

•My calm place

•CBT triangle

•Thought record

•Thought detectives

•Decatastrophizing script

•Color-by-code helpful/positive affirmations

•Crack-the-code helpful/positive affirmations

•Challenge and change intrusive thoughts

Resource Rationale

CBT strategies are evidence-based in helping people (including children!) work through anger, anxieties, and depressive thoughts. Worksheets make the counseling more hands-on and tangible, and many also provide important reference points for students to take home.

How to Use This Resource

Keep copies of these worksheets in sheet protectors in a binder for easy to grab “frequently used” worksheets! Worksheets are helpful for both individual and small group counseling with 2nd-5th grade students.

From the Reviews

“The Magic Triangle really made an impression one of my students. She said, “Wow, this is like a cycle that keeps on going!”

“I love this!! Such a great way to do CBT with individuals and small groups. Awesome for kinesthetic learners and a great take away resource.”

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What others are saying...

“These CBT resources are great and exactly what I needed. Easy for students to understand and a great introduction to the concepts.”

“Simple and easy to use resource; great way to do CBT with kiddos regardless of the issue.”

“Great to use with students to help them think through their behavior.”