Therapeutics designs innovative tools to increase the use of Evidence-Based Practices in counseling. Our Plan-it Therapy cards offer an alternative to CBT worksheets and Treatment Planning books and manuals. Using peer-reviewed CBT, Motivational Interviewing, and Play Therapy interventions, we have created a fast, affordable, and easy way to help therapists improve their clinical practice.
The Adolescent CBT deck features 50 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy interventions written by a licensed therapist and peer-reviewed by experts in the field. Each interventions features a treatment objective and step by step instructions, but is flexible enough to be adapted to the specific interests and needs of each client. Interventions incorporate interactive and creative applications of the CBT model, and are targeted to the interests of adolescents.
The Change deck blends together two of the most evidence-based models of therapy: Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. These 50 interventions written by a licensed therapist and peer-reviewed by experts in the field. Each interventions features a treatment objective and step by step instructions, but is flexible enough to be adapted to the specific needs of each client. Whether your client struggles with health, mental health, or substance use issues, these interventions can be tailored to support them in making and sustaining meaningful changes towards their recovery.
The Playful CBT deck features 50 peer-reviewed interventions which blend together CBT and Play Therapy perfect for use with children ages 5-11. Each intervention gives step-by-step instructions, and provides an easy reference to help you structure and make the most of your time with younger clients. The interventions are fun, incorporating play as a medium to make the application of CBT developmentally appropriate and engaging.
The Breakthrough Deck combines CBT interventions with Mindfulness and Motivational Interviewing components to offer 50 interventions to help adult clients get unstuck from the thinking and behavior patterns keeping them stuck.