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!

Psychological Self-Tools - Online Self-Help Book
MentalHelp.net
This lengthy document is designed to help people learn methods for helping themselves manage and even overcome various troubling mental health, wellness and life issues. Self-help for mental health and wellness issues consists of learning about the nature of distressing issues, learning how to measure or assess those issues and how they can be resolved, and then choosing and following a course of action that will help you to resolve those issues.

HabitForge
HabitForge
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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