More Amazing Resources For You!
Even if seeing a therapist isn’t part of your mental illness treatment plan (as is currently the case for me), it can still be useful to do some of this kind of work on your own. There are some great online resources out there to help you do just that. In this post I’ve included links to some sites that have some practical worksheets and workbooks. Some of them will make the most sense if you have some background knowledge about the type of therapy, but many are pretty self-explanatory. Of course the downside of working on these on your own is that you don’t get the objective feedback that a therapist is able to give, but they can still be useful.
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
CBT is an evidence-based treatment used for a variety of different mental illnesses. A key element of CBT is identifying evidence to challenge
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Samantha is the author of "My Bipolar Mind: You're not alone," she is also a freelance writer, blogger, and mental health advocate who runs and manages her own mental health blog MyBipolarMind.com.