Psychological Self-Tools - Online Self-Help Book
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Chapter 1 - Self-help: What is it?Chapter 2 - Understanding the Nature of your ProblemChapter 3 - Overview of Bio-Psycho-Social TheoriesChapter 4 - Meeting Basic NeedsChapter 5 - Changing Behavior and ThoughtChapter 6 - Changing Your MoodChapter 7 - Changing Your KnowledgeChapter 8 - Changing Your RelationshipsChapter 9 - Changing Your Identity and MotivationChapter 10 - Your Unique Self-Help PlanChapter 11 - Specific ProblemsChapter 12 - Dependency
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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) Self-Help Resources
GET Self-Help
This UK-based site offers a very large collection of CBT tools and therapy worksheets that can be downloaded at no-charge. They are all PDF formats and allow people to track all types of issues for use in therapy or self-help processes. Definitely worth checking out!

This site allows people to set a goal for a behavior/habit and have assistance in tracking whether they are meeting that each day for 21 days (the time research has shown it takes to form a habit). It is free to sign up and then users will receive a customized daily email asking how they did. Users can click "yes" or "no" daily. Succeed for 21 days, and the new action will be easier than ever. Skip a day and the clock starts over at day one.

Break the Cycle
Peter K. Gerlach, MSW
This research-based, educational Web site is designed to let readers know about an unseen stressor that may be harming them and their families. The stressor is a lethal cycle of psychological wounds and unawareness (ignorance). The Web site provides a free 8 lesson self-study course to alert people to the cycle and teach them practical ways to break this cycle in their home and family. The layout/web design takes a bit of getting used to, but the information is very good and worth checking out.

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