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Newsletter May 2019

If you have been wondering why we’ve been rather quiet recently we’ve been hard at work on a suite of updates to Psychology Tools. The designs have now been signed-off and we’re one step closer to making your professional life even easier. In the meantime here’s a selection of essential articles and psychology research to … Continued

Members Update April 2019

We’re always busy trying to make clinician’s lives easier. The last few months have been spent preparing the groundwork for some exciting redevelopment. We’ll keep you updated, but expect to see technical improvements and new features rolled out within the next few months. In the meantime do take a look at some of our new … Continued

Newsletter February 2019

We’re always looking for ways to make therapist’s live easier. This month we have expanded our library of resources further with materials focusing on OCD and ACT. We have also broken the 1700-translated-worksheets barrier for good measure. And if you have been considering signing up, then you are in good company: an article in the … Continued

Newsletter January 2019

Exposure therapy is the most effective treatment for anxiety. As you can see below, exposure-based therapies show large effect sizes across the anxiety disorders: But are you helping your clients as much as you could from your practice of exposure therapy? Sometimes helping your clients means going back to first principles. In the case of … Continued

Newsletter December 2018

You want to help you clients and we want you to have the right tools to do your job. We’re delighted to announce some fantastic new resources to support your therapy practice this month. If you want a graphical explanation of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system then we’re here to help If you’re after … Continued

Members Update November 2018

November sees the launch of essential new CBT resources for Psychology Tools members. Psychology Tools For Living Well For many worksheets our goal is to distill the essentials of a topic or task into a single page. Psychology Tools for Living Well is different. We wanted to make a beautiful self-help resource for your clients … Continued

Newsletter November 2018

Welcome to the November 2018 newsletter from Psychology Tools. This month we’re really pleased to announce the publication of our new eBook Psychology Tools for Living Well. New On Psychology Tools PSYCHOLOGY TOOLS FOR LIVING WELL We are excited to announce the publication of our new eBook Psychology Tools for Living Well, available exclusively to … Continued

Members Update October 2018

New menu Our developers have done a fantastic job of updating the main menu on the Psychology Tools website. As well as being much clearer it now performs better on phones and tablets. Take a look at the site and let us know what you think! More translations We have just added another 20 translated … Continued

Members Update September 2018

Recent additions When you log in to your account you will notice: The addition of new worksheets regarding emotions, perspective-taking, and case formulation. The addition of over 100 new translated resources, including 64 new resources in Chinese. We now have over 1500 translated resources across 53 languages. As far as is possible every worksheet is formatted identically … Continued

Newsletter July 2018

Welcome to the July 2018 newsletter from Psychology Tools. This month’s edition contains news about the recent updates to the website as well as research summaries focusing on mindfulness, imagery rescripting, and the cognitive science of depression. New On Psychology Tools WELCOME TO THE NEW WEBSITE In June we launched our biggest ever update to … Continued

Newsletter March 2018

Welcome to the March 2018 newsletter from Psychology Tools. New resources added this month include worksheets on imagery rescripting and sleep restriction. Also included are links to videos featuring Steven Hayes, Stefan Hoffman, David Gillanders & James Coyne. New On Psychology Tools Sleep Restriction This new worksheet contains simple & condensed instructions for treating insomnia … Continued

Newsletter January 2018

Welcome to the January 2018 newsletter from Psychology Tools. Features this month include the announcement of the long-awaited Power Threat Meaning Framework, a report of an apparently effortless form of emotional regulation, and a new cognitive-behavioral treatment package for anhedonia. New On Psychology Tools Psychology Tools Resources in Arabic Thanks to the generous work of … Continued

Newsletter December 2017

A bumper newsletter this month containing new Psychology Tools resources, a great selection of articles. A radio program with the brilliant Andy Zaltzman living as a stoic, and some of this month’s best psychology research. New on Psychology Tools A selection of new worksheets this month. One free, and one for members of Psychology Tools … Continued

Newsletter November 2017

This month’s newsletter has a particular focus on innovative uses of EMDR. My take: if you’re a therapist who works with trauma you should have trained already, and if you work with other anxiety conditions you should seriously consider it!   EMDR Special I recently attended some excellent training from Professor Ad de Jongh on … Continued

Newsletter October 2017

Welcome to the October 2017 newsletter from Psychology Tools. It contains a collection of the best psychology resources, news and links from around the web. Some highlights this month include a long-planned Psychology Tools information sheet about Common Reactions To Trauma, and a link to a great presentation about critiquing psychiatric diagnosis. New On Psychology Tools … Continued

Newsletter September 2017

It’s a few days early, but welcome to the September 2017 newsletter from Psychology Tools. It contains a collection of the best psychology resources, news and links from around the web. Some highlights this month include a fantastic BBC radio documentary about anorexia, and a great collection of resources for understanding and working with relationship … Continued

Newsletter July 2017

Welcome to the July 2017 newsletter from Psychology Tools. There’s a focus on research this month with some fascinating data concerning imagery rescripting, the treatment of low self-esteem using COMET, psychological approaches to the treatment of gambling, and a paper considering motivational interviewing in a new light. New On Psychology Tools PSYCHOLOGY TOOLS PRO There has been an amazing response … Continued

Newsletter June 2017

Welcome to the June 2017 newsletter from Psychology Tools. It contains details of the big changes made to the site in the last couple of weeks and, as ever, a collection of the best psychology resources, news and links from around the web.   Announcing Psychology Tools Pro This week has seen the launch of Psychology … Continued

Announcing Psychology Tools Pro

Professionals need the right tools, and therapists are no exception. That’s why Psychology Tools is going Pro. Psychology Tools Pro offers you unlimited access to a library of worksheets, workbooks, and therapy audio – allowing you to put your clients first. Benefits Of Pro Membership Include: Pro worksheets with case examples and annotated guides to help you … Continued

Newsletter January 2017

Welcome to the January 2017 Psychology Tools newsletter! We have made *lots* of updates to the site over the past few months which we hope you will find useful.   New Address As of 1st January 2017 the address for Psychology Tools has officially changed to We would be very grateful if you could update … Continued

Newsletter September 2016

Sorry there’s been a bit of delay since the last newsletter but this one’s a doozy – I’ve been saving some great psychology resources for you. Remember, if you no longer want to receive these newsletters it’s easy to unsubscribe, but maybe stick around for the links and materials below first…   Dizziness Special My … Continued

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