Wellness Coaching
What Are Your Coaching Goals?

This worksheet is designed to help people understand the process of setting coaching goals and what they hope to achieve in their coaching journey. (1021. Coaching, goal setting)

What Does Wellness Mean to You?

This worksheet is designed to help people understand the concept of wellness and create personal wellness goals. Typical wellness goals include maintaining a healthy weight, reducing stress, increasing fitness, or expanding social activities.

Develop Daily Habits to Support Your Goals

This worksheet helps people develop a plan to develop daily habits which can reduce stress and move them closer to achieving their goals (0821, coaching, goals)

Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

This worksheet is designed to help people understand the importance of getting enough sleep. It gives people strategies to get more sleep and a form to record their sleeping habits for a week.

The Resiliency Toolkit Workbook

This assignment book has 73 tools to teach people important resiliency tools. The tools are designed to raise self-esteem and self-efficacy. Resiliency training has even been shown to improve physical health.

Overcoming Your Dental Anxiety Workbook

This workbook provides a complete program for help people overcome dental anxiety. There are four sections, including: Understanding Your Options as a Patient; Building a Relationship with Your Dentist; Using Coping Skills to Manage Your Dental Anxiety; and Taking Control at the Dentist. The Appendix has a special worksheet on dealing with dental anxiety during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Taking Care of Your Mental Health During the Pandemic Workbook

This one-of-a-kind workbook features 22 worksheets specifically designed to address problems associated with the COVID-19 pandemic and 22 worksheets designed to foster resiliency skills which can last a lifetime.

Overcoming Your Binge Eating Disorder Workbook

This workbook of 40 activities can be used as a complete treatment program for people with Binge Eating Disorder (BED). Many of the activities can also be used with people who do not meet the diagnostic criteria for BED, but still have a serious problem with overeating.

Activities That Help Counteract Your Stress

This worksheet is designed to help people identify daily activities which can help reduce the effects of chronic stress.