Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) worksheets for anger

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Anger Decision Sheet

A worksheet to identify triggers for anger, and to modify our responses. Contains worked examples.
Submitted by Jason Roscoe

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Unforgiveness hook metaphor

A great metaphor suggested by Stephen Hayes about the dilemma of forgiveness

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Forgiveness Is

Definition of forgiveness

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Click to download: Forgiveness Quotations Worksheet

Forgiveness Quotes

Helpful quotations for teaching about forgiveness

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Click to download: Methods Of Forgiveness (Ways Of Forgiving) Worksheet

Forgiveness Methods

Ways of forgiving, including discussion of misconceptions which can present blocks to forgiveness

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Treatment manual

Getting along & keeping cool a group treatment programme for aggression control PDF Download from

Download a CBT Treatment manual for Anger by Reilly & Shropshire


Anger - what it is and how to cope with it PDFPDF Download from


Newcastle Psychological Services have developed a series of self-help workbooks:

Workbook 1: About Anger PDF Download from Newcastle Psychological Services

Workbook 2: Quick control PDF Download from Newcastle Psychiological Services

Workbook 3: Strategies to manage your anger PDF Download from Newcastle Psychological Services

Workbook 4: Relationships PDF Download from Newcastle Psychological Services

Workbook 5: Challenging angry thoughts and beliefs PDF Download from Newcastle Psychological Services

Workbook 6: Challenges to managing anger PDF Download from Newcastle Psycholoigical Services


Guide to healthy relationships PDF Download from

Other materials

The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI) is an Australian mental health organisation that conducts research, provides training and supervision, and offers a clinical service. They have made some really useful resources for increasing assertiveness


Self Help Programme

  1. What is assertiveness?
  2. How to recognise assertive behaviour
  3. How to think more assertively
  4. How to behave more assertively
  5. Reducing physical tension
  6. How to say "no" assertively
  7. How to deal assertively with criticism
  8. How to deal with disappointment assertively
  9. How to give and receive compliments assertively
  10. Putting it all together

Interpersonal Effectiveness

Information Sheets

  1. What is anger?
  2. Anger coping strategies
  3. Assertive communication
  4. Coping with stress
  5. Greif and bereavement


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