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This handout offers background information and tips to keep in mind while using first person language.


In the Love Languages Assessment, you are asked to rate the importance of each love language, using a scale from 1 to 5. Then give examples of what you most appreciate receiving. Understanding which love languages are most important to you can help you express your wants and needs more effectively to your partner.


This worksheet teaches parents and caregivers the basics about childhood depression.  This worksheet covers common signs of depression in children, as well as treatments, triggers, and other related information.


The Grief Myths handout debunks common myths about grief and promotes a more flexible and inclusive perspective. Some of the myths addressed include the belief that there is a “right” way to grieve, a set time frame for grief to last, and a series of distinct stages that grief always follows. 


This worksheet offers step-by-step instructions to teach children the breathing exercise. This handout was designed to accompany the digital storybook Toad Learns Belly Breathing, but it can also be used as a stand-alone tool.


This worksheet provides a tool for exploring one’s most important values, as well as those of family, friends, and society. This exercise can help you explore how other people influence your values, and what unique values you hold.


These defusion techniques work by shifting attention away from the content of thoughts to the process of thinking. The result is less mental turmoil and overthinking, as well as a more balanced perspective.


This sheet summarizes activities to help clients start practicing gratitude. 

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