Sites with Free Therapy Worksheets & Handouts

(Updated 1/25/21) A list of sites with free printable resources for mental health clinicians and consumers

If you’re a counselor or therapist, you’re probably familiar with Therapist Aid, one of the most well-known sites providing free therapy worksheets. PsychPoint and Get Self Help UK are also great resources for cost-free handouts, tools, etc. that can be used with clients or for self-help.

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This post is a list of sites with free therapy worksheets and handouts. See below for links to over 50 sites with free therapy worksheets and handouts for both clinicians and consumers.


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Sites with Free Therapy Worksheets & Handouts

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Mental Health & Addiction (Sites with Worksheets/Handouts on a Variety of Topics)

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ACT, CBT, & DBT

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Depression, Stress, & Anxiety

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Trauma & Related Disorders

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Psychosis

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Grief & Loss

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Anger

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Self-Esteem

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Values & Goal-Setting

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Children & Youth

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Adolescents & Young Adults

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Marriage/Relationships & Family

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Additional Free THerapy Worksheets & Handouts

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Please contact me if a link isn’t working or if you’d like to recommend a site!

Cassie Jewell, M.Ed., LPC, LSATP

Free Therapy Handouts & Worksheets

(Updated 1/30/21) Free PDF printable forms, handouts, and worksheets to use with clients in group and individual sessions

This is a list of free therapy handouts, forms, and worksheets for mental illness/substance use disorders.

Please repost and share with every therapist you know who would benefit! New resources are added on a regular basis.


Click here for a list of sites with free therapy worksheets/handouts and here for for a list of printable workbooks, manuals, and self-help guides.

Find additional free therapy handouts at TherapistAid, GetSelfHelpUK, and Taking the Escalator.


Free Therapy Handouts, Forms, & Worksheets

Forms


Group Activities

Good for newly formed groups. Each group member writes down their “first impression” of other group members. The facilitator then reviews each “impression,” and group members have the opportunity to share their answers.

Print/cut the cards, fold, and place in a container. Group members take turns drawing the cards and answering the questions.

Give group members 15-20 minutes to collect signatures. The first person to collect all signatures wins.

Print/cut the cards, fold, and place in a container to pass around. This activity works best with a working group.


Group Discussion Topics


Therapy Handouts


Therapy Worksheets


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Cassie Jewell, M.Ed., LPC, LSATP