Designed to help your client begin on their path to self discovery, our self-esteem journaling worksheets includes prompts to help them turn their focus within.
Positive self reflection through journaling has been found to improve self-esteem and general well-being. Our Self-Esteem Journal Template provides an easy-to-use, printable resource that will meaningfully impact your client’s self-esteem by fostering a deeper, more positive understanding of oneself. With each journal entry, your clients will be one step closer to increased self-esteem and well-being.
Self-esteem reflects a person’s overall emotional evaluation of him or herself. Example questions to jumpstart your clients critical thinking process include the following:
|Psychological Question||Example Prompt|
|Who I Am||List the top 5 things that made you smile today. Reflect on why these occurrences brought you joy.|
|What I Need||What and/or who could you not live without? Reflect on this feeling of need.|
|What I Desire||If you had the ability to accomplish one thing tomorrow, what would it be and why?|
Instruct clients to set aside five minutes to reflect positively on what they have learned about him or herself. Prompt clients to focus their journal entries on meaningful experiences, while encouraging them to think critically about what they’ve learned about themselves.
TheraNest makes storing forms and worksheets easy. Scan and save the completed worksheet to your computer then upload the file to the Client’s documents in TheraNest for safe keeping. Your clients can also send their therapist completed forms as an attachment via Secure Messaging in the Client Portal. The therapist can then download the form and upload to the client’s file in TheraNest.
If you’re looking for new ideas for improving your clients’ self worth, check out these worksheets from our Self-Esteem Resource Center. Each resource is free, downloadable and encourages clients to get involved, and take control of their own mental health.
TheraNest is used by practices and organizations of all sizes: sole practitioners, large mental health and psychology practices, social services non-profits, and educational and teaching centers. Start your free 21 day trial.