Free cbt workbook or materials for patients

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This is good. And for the general stuff I have often googled "cognitive distortion worksheets," "anxiety hierarchies," and just have a folder with everything in it I have collected over the years.

Another good resource are public agency websites (and just emailing people there), MIRECC (VA), NIH/NIMH, NIAAA, NIDA, National Center for PTSD, etc.

I just googled CBT for psychosis and got some neat workbooks and an entire therapy manual from the MIRECC.
 
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