LLTTF Worksheets

This site is designed to complement and support the Living Life course by Dr Chris Williams. It covers a range of worksheets that can be used to help people enhance their own wellbeing.

Why do I feel as I do?

The cards life deals you – Step by step analysis of what changes when we feel worse.
Vicious Circle – Work out how events, thoughts, feelings, physical feelings and activity affect each other.

Making Effective Plans

Planner sheet – Making clear plans.

Review Sheet – Reviewing what happened, so your client can Plan, Do and Review.

Mood Ratings

Smiley faces mood rating – Review the impact of activities as well as keep an eye on their progress.

Improving Mood (Behavioural Activation)

My Happy list – What activities improve mood (pleasure, achievement, closeness).

I cant be bothered ticklist – Identifies activities that have been cut down/lost. Can they be reintroduced to improve life?

My Activity Planner – Build helpful activities across the day and week.

10 Things You Can Do to feel happier straight away – Some more ideas of activities that can help.

The Things we do That Mess us Up (Unhelpful Behaviours)

The things we do that mess us up traffic light sheet -Move away from red (danger) activities towards amber and green (helpful) activities.

Anger

1.2.3.Breathe – What pushes buttons and gets us annoyed. List ways of responding more helpfully.

Problem Solving

Easy 4 step plan – Tackle external problems using a step by step approach.

Changing Unhelpful and Upsetting Thinking

My Unhelpful Thoughts worksheet – Pick a time when you feel bad- then ask “what’s going through my mind?”

Unhelpful Thinking Styles Spotter – Label the type of bad thought- and spot thinking habits that recur.

Amazing Unhelpful Thought Busting Programme – Relate differently to upsetting thinking.

Facing Fears / Anxiety

Face It Planning Sheet – Facing avoided activities in a planned step by step way.

Tension Control Training

Tension Control Training practitioner script – Teaches key skills to enhance relaxation (mental and physical).

Assertiveness

12 Rules of Assertiveness

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Further help for your clients:
www.llttf.com

Further information and practitioner resources:
www.fiveareas.com

Acknowledgments: The worksheets and training are provided under licence from Five Areas Limited. Resources are copyright Five Areas Resources Ltd. The terms Five Areas and LLTTF are registered trademarks of Five Areas Resources Ltd.

Disclaimer: Although we hope you find these resources helpful, they are not intended to be a direct substitute for consultative advice with a health care professional, nor do we give any assurances about its effectiveness in a particular case. Accordingly neither NES nor the author shall be held liable for any loss or damages from its use.

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