What is CBT?

CBT stands for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. It is a common form of talk therapy that is often used for autism, ADHD, anxiety, and a variety of mental illnesses/mental health conditions.

The focus of CBT is for individuals to recognize maladaptive behavior and use new CBT techniques to prevent or lessen the ramifications of maladaptive behavior. 

For example, if a child has difficulty starting homework or performing to their full potential, CBT techniques allow the child to recognize when this happens and equips them with the tools to combat this behavior. 

Below is an archive of CBT Worksheets and techniques, free to download and use!

Including tips for...
  • Identifying Problem Areas
  • Long-Term Goal Setting
  • Overcoming Inaction 
  • Mindfulness Meditation
  • Emotion Identification Chart
  • Practicing Emotional Awareness and Identification 
  • Reframing Negative Experiences for Positive Outcomes
  • Positive Affirmation Activity
  • Changing Limiting Beliefs
  • 5-second rule for overcoming inaction
  • Alternative Action Formula
  • Fear Setting to Overcome Fears
  • Overcoming Worry
  • Overcoming Negative Thoughts
  • Exposure Technique for Overcoming Fear and Resistance
  • Overcoming Indecision
  • Visualization Techniques
  • Understanding Cognition to Change Negative Thinking