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Coping with Behavioral Addictions

The purpose of the Coping with Behavioral Addictions Workbook Series is to provide helping professionals with cognitive and behavioral assessments, tools, and exercises that can be utilized to treat the root psychological causes of a behavioral addiction. The reproducible activities contained in these workbooks can help participants identify their triggers that can lead to acting on their addiction and teach them ways to overcome and manage those triggers.

The workbooks in this series are practical tools for teachers, counselors, and helping professionals in their work with people suffering with behavioral addictions. Depending on the role of the person using each workbook and the specific group’s or individual’s needs, the modules can be used either individually or as part of an integrated curriculum. The facilitator may choose to administer one of the activities to a group or administer some of the assessments over one or more days as a workshop.

Some of the materials included in these reproducible workbooks:

  • Action Plans that assist participants in meeting the goals and objectives of treatment.
  • Assessments that allow participants to explore their behavior.
  • Case Studies that allow participants the opportunity to provide their thoughts to actual cases.
  • Drawing and Doodling to unleash the power of the right side of the brain.
  • Educational Pages that provide insights and tips related to the topic.
  • Group Activities to encourage collaboration among participants and group brainstorming.
  • Journaling Activities that can help participants clarify their thoughts and feelings, thus gaining helpful self-knowledge.
  • Positive Affirmations that allow participants to create formidable affirmation that can be posted and repeated to oneself when impulses begin.
  • Quotation Pages that allow participants to reflect on many powerful quotes to see how they apply to their own life.
  • Rewards Pages so that participants remember to reward themselves as they progress toward their goals.
  • Tables which require participants to reflect on their lives in the past, understand themselves in the present, and react more effectively in the future.