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_______EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)_______
EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Chartdownloads: 1777 | type: pdf | size: 138 kB

This chart gives a full but concise description of the EFT procedure (without the 9 Gamut), including troubleshooting tips - you can print, copy and share with others. You can also view this brief introductory video explaining the basics of the technique.

SUD Record Sheetdownloads: 1445 | type: pdf | size: 105 kB

A record sheet for noting down aspects of the problem(s) and the associated SUDs (Subjective Units of Distress, or Discomfort) designed for EFT Practitioners.

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_______ADDICTIONS & EATING DISORDERS_______
A Pocket Guide to EFT for Addiction Treatment & Recoverydownloads: 995 | type: pdf | size: 1 MB

A 16-page, handy pocket-sized self-help guide introducing the background of EFT and the step-by-step procedure for addictions and related problems (A6 pages when printed - a quarter of a standard A4 page).

NEW!!! The new EFT Practitioner's Handbook of Addictions, Self-Harm & Eating Disorders is now available as an e-book or in printed format - for more information and to order your copy, click here.

Decision Balance Sheetdownloads: 1017 | type: pdf | size: 236 kB

A worksheet to help you make that important decision - to change or not to change? - by looking at disadvantages and advantages of both.

Surfing the Urgedownloads: 1071 | type: pdf | size: 290 kB
A handout to help you deal with cravings for any addictive substances or unhealthy foods - by "surfing the urge".
Food Diarydownloads: 768 | type: pdf | size: 227 kB
The Food Diary is an essential tool for helping you understand and deal with compulsive overeating or other unhelpful food-related behaviour patterns, including those associated with eating disorders such as bulimia and bige-eating.
Seemingly Irrelevant Decisionsdownloads: 907 | type: pdf | size: 441 kB
This handout helps to identify the common self-deceptive patterns of thinking that lead to the "Seemingly Irrelevant Decisions" (SIDs) and can cause lapse or relapse in recovery from any type of addictive behaviour.
_______CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)_______
Activity Scheduledownloads: 889 | type: pdf | size: 366 kB
The Activity Schedule is especially useful for people experiencing an episode of depression / low mood, as planning enjoyable and fulfilling activities is one of the most important strategies for helping to make a positive change to how you feel.
Thought Recorddownloads: 874 | type: pdf | size: 354 kB

A version of a traditional Thought Record used in Cognitive Behavoiural Therapy, which can help to understand the pattern of your thinking and emotional responses in challenging situations.

_______RELAXATION TECHNIQUES_______
Simple Relaxation 5-4-3-2-1downloads: 1273 | type: pdf | size: 600 kB

A description of a simple and effective self-hypnosis/relaxation technique, excellent for letting go of anxious thoughts, getting to sleep and relieving tension.

Simple Breathing Techniquesdownloads: 1005 | type: pdf | size: 315 kB
Learn three simple breathing techniques to help relieve stress and tension. Like other self-help tools, these work best if practised regularly.
Yogic Eye Exercisesdownloads: 888 | type: pdf | size: 289 kB
These simple Yogic eye exercises can help reduce tension in eye muscles, promote relaxation and improve sleep.
_______SELF-HELP_______
Strategies for People who Self Harmdownloads: 1026 | type: pdf | size: 442 kB
An information sheet about what self-harm is and what it isn't, listing some alternative coping strategies which could be used by people who self-harm.
Introduction to EmoTrancedownloads: 875 | type: pdf | size: 310 kB
A brief one-page introduction to EmoTrance - a simple and quick self-help and therapeutic technique.
Problem Inventorydownloads: 933 | type: pdf | size: 112 kB
A Problem Inventory sheet (on 2 pages) aiming to help you understand any problem you are experiencing, and give you some insights on the first steps necessary to resolve this. If you would like to receive this document in a MS Word format, you can request it through the Contact page.