Depression


Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) worksheets for depression

Activity Planning

Activity Planning

Activity Selection

Activity Selection

Behavioural Experiment

Behavioural Experiment Planning Worksheet

CBT Daily Activity Diary

Daily Activity Diary

CBT Thought Record Worksheet

CBT Thought Record

Daily Monitoring Form

Daily Monitoring Form

Daily Record of Dysfucntional Thoughts

Daily Record of Dysfunctional Thoughts

Rumination Diary Worksheet

Rumination Diary

Simple Thought Record

Simple Thought Record

Task Planning And Achievement Record

Task Planning And Achievement Record

Thoughts and depression

Thoughts and Depression

TRAP & TRAC Worksheet

TRAP & TRAC Worksheet

Unhelpful Thinking Styles

Unhelpful Thinking Styles

What Is Rumination?

What Is Rumination?


Assessment / Evaluation

Formulation

Intervention

Behavioural activation (BA & BATD)

Suicide

Other materials

The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI) is an Australian mental health organisation that conducts research, provides training and supervision, and offers a clinical service. They have made some really useful resources for treating depression.

The South London and Maudsley (SLAM) IAPT service have also developed a useful series of booklets detailing their behavioural activation for depression programme.

Depression

Information sheets

  1. What is Depression
  2. What Causes Depression
  3. Psychotherapy for Depression
  4. Vicious Cycle of Depression
  5. Behavioural Activation
  6. Fun Activities Catalogue
  7. Improving How You Feel
  8. Thinking and Feeling
  9. Analysing Your Thinking
  10. Changing Your Thinking
  11. Unhelpful Thinking Styles
  12. What Are Core Beliefs?
  13. Problem Solving
  14. Staying Healthy
  15. Grief and Bereavement

Worksheets

  1. Symptoms of Depression
  2. Behavioural Activation
  3. Weekly Activity Schedule
  4. Weekly Goals Record
  5. Making the Connection
  6. Thought Diary 1
  7. Thought Diary 2
  8. Thought Diary 3
  9. Thought Diary
  10. Core Beliefs Worksheet
  11. Healthy Me
  12. Goal setting (End of therapy)

Self-help Programme

  1. Overview of depression
  2. Behavioural strategies for managing depression
  3. The thinking-feeling connection
  4. The ABC analysis
  5. Unhelpful thinking styles
  6. Detective work and disputation
  7. The end result
  8. Core beliefs
  9. Self management

Behavioural Activation for Depression

Booklets

  1. Introduction to BA for depression
  2. Monitoring activity and mood
  3. Roadmap: The activation plan
  4. Finding direction: values,flow, and strengths
  5. Avoidance and the depression TRAPs
  6. Problem solving
  7. Thinking habits
  8. Next steps

 

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