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Great free sites for cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) workbooks

On these sites you'll find free CBT-based workbooks for a variety of different mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, OCD, and PTSD. CBT looks at the connections between situations, thoughts, feelings, and behaviours and helps to replace cognitive distortions with more balanced thoughts. While CBT has the most potential for success when done with a therapist, it's also quite conducive to self-help work.

Source: https://mentalhealthathome.org/2018/06/14/mental-health-workbooks/

MOODJUICE

Moodjuice Forth Valley is a site designed to offer information, advice to those experiencing troublesome thoughts, feelings and actions. From the site you are able to print off various self-help guides covering conditions such as depression, anxiety, stress, panic and sleep problems. In the site you can explore various aspects of you life that may be causing you some distress and at the click of a button obtain information on organisations, services and other self-help materials that can offer you support and information to help yourself.

CBT-based self help guides are available for:

  • anger
  • anxiety
  • assertiveness
  • bereavement
  • depression
  • OCD
  • panic
  • PTSD
  • social phobias
  • sleep problems
  • stress

This is a general CBT workbook that can be used for various mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. A number of exercises are assigned to target problematic thoughts and behaviours as well as identify and build on strengths.

LICBT Guided Self-Help Workbooks - Flinders University

This site has a series of guided self-help books that are problem-focused rather than targeting a specific mental illnesses:

  • move yourself out of depression: behavioral activation
  • overcoming obstacles: enrich activities
  • one step at a time: graded exposure
  • lighten the load: managing worry
  • one move at a time: problem solving

This CBT workbook from the UK's National Health Service targets depression anxiety with five different tool approaches:

  • increasing activity levels
  • facing your fears
  • thought challenging
  • problem solving
  • getting a good night's sleep

It concludes with creating a wellbeing blueprint.

Centre for Clinical Interventions self-help resources

Resources for common mental health problems, including workbooks made up of modules, brief information sheets, and worksheets that you may wish to use, or that your therapist may help you with.

Self-help guides are available for a number of topics including:

  • anxiety
  • assertiveness
  • bipolar
  • body dysmorphia
  • depression
  • disordered eating
  • health anxiety
  • panic
  • perfectionism
  • self-esteem
  • sleep
  • social anxiety
  • worry and rumination

This workbook from a Canadian research group provides information about depression and covers CBT skills that can help, including behavioural activation, more realistic thinking, and problem-solving skills. It also touches on relapse prevention.

Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression (CRUfAD)\

This site from an Australian research group has CBT manuals/workbooks for:

  • generalized anxiety disorder
  • PTSD
  • OCD
  • panic disorder
  • phobias

This integrated CBT workbook is focused on the connection between trauma, substance abuse, and other mental health conditions. It includes education around symptoms, work on mindful relaxation, and developing more flexible thinking.

Self-Help Workbooks | Student Wellness Services

These CBT-based workbooks from Queens University are aimed at promoting wellness and self-acceptance, and managing anxiety and depression.

This CBT workbook from Community Partners in Care is focused on the connection between activities and mood, and helps you to move forward with behavioural activation.