Finding an alternative to addiction. Giving up drugs creates an enormous hole in your client’s lives. Suddenly there’s something missing. Beforehand, drugs took up most of their time, and people in early recovery often struggle with meaninglessness and boredom. Sound familiar? This free 2-page worksheet is about filling that hole with something worthwhile. […]
Welcome to the Wacky and Wonderful Recovery Quiz Booklet 2. This quiz is written for substance abuse counselors to use with their clients. It’s educational. It’s serious. And it’s a little odd.
“When You’re Too Depressed to Think” is a 23-page booklet written for people who are too overwhelmed, sick, numb, or lost in depression to sort out their thoughts. How do you think your way out of clinical depression when you’re too sick to think? This booklet offers answers. It takes the reader on a […]
Although depression is treatable, we lose one person to suicide every 40 seconds worldwide because of it. Here are more than 100 clinical and social interventions to battle clinical depression, ranging from Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Exercise, and treatment of medical illnesses that mimic depression. Treatment methods are divided into five categories: […]
STEP ONE is written for people who seek a traditional 12-step approach in a friendly, illustrated format. Subscribe to kimrosenthalmd.com and receive a free copy! Pulled together for providers to use with their clients (and sponsors with sponsorees), this 29-page booklet includes: Brief introduction to Step 1 Lengthier […]
Friendly and informal, this 12 page CBT booklet presents a series of easy exercises to help your client rewrite problem thoughts into healthier alternatives. Cost: $2.99 Cognitive therapy workbooks tend to be long and mundane and require a hefty dose of self-analysis, as well as a running knowledge of terms like “Automatic Thought” and “Antecedents” […]
The Booklet for People Who (Maybe) Wanna Quit is written for addiction counselors to use with clients. Our patients are often contemplative about drug-cessation, even pre-contemplative, but there aren’t many workbooks directed towards those who are still using. What’s available tends to be very dry. Why consider recovery when quitting is a set of boring […]
Got Cravings? Facing life, and it isn’t pretty? The answer is simple. Pull out the Getting Past Urges and Life list and get moving. This 9-page Survival List includes Urge management Achievement activities Fun activities Self-soothing Coping skills A few strange ideas Take a look. It’s free! All you need is an email. Clicking on […]