Our Formats Are As Flexible As Your Practice
One size doesn’t fit all
People learn in different ways. We’ve created our resources in a variety of formats so you can easily provide clients with the right materials to engage and inform them most effectively.
Simply find the resource you want to use, then select the format that best suits your needs and your client’s learning style. We’ve outlined the options below.
Download the Full Pack when you want to know everything about a resource. These PDF documents include the worksheet, exercise, or information handout, as well as a detailed description, instructions, and references. Many of the worksheets and exercises also include case examples to help you and your clients make the most of the tool.
Prefer to keep it simple? If you don’t need anything besides the worksheet or handout, the Blank Worksheet is for you. These are perfect if you are already familiar with the resource, don’t need instructions, and just want to get straight to the point.
Clients with no printer at home? No problem. Fillable PDF’s are perfect for those who prefer to work online or don’t have a printer at home but want to continue self-practice in between sessions. Fillable PDF worksheets can be completed and saved using free Adobe Acrobat Reader software, so that your clients can keep a record of what they have been doing.
Edit, rearrange or adapt any of the format and content yourself. With our editable Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT) and Word (DOC) files, you can personalize a resource to your client’s circumstances whenever you need to.
It’s not just the written word. We also have a library of professionally recorded audio therapy resources created by experienced clinical psychologists. Your clients can use these to support the development of new skills in between your sessions if they prefer to learn by listening.
Resources that adapt to your clients’ needs
With such a wide range of materials you won’t be restricted to using the same few exercises. You can tackle problems using different resources so that you can ‘land’ a concept more effectively. Or, if you know a certain type of tool won’t work as well for your client, you can easily find alternatives.