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  • Clinicians may want to work with clients on setting cognitive goals - these could be anything from feeling happier, to improving their attention or me

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  • Many survivors of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) often deal with feelings of anger and irritability after their injury. For some, these feelings of an

  • For many people, being around “green space”, such as grass, plants, forests, and more, is just a factor of their everyday life. However, recent studie

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Looking for Free Resources?

Check out our worksheet website for our newest free resources. We have a big (and always growing) selection of cognitive worksheets. In addition to our mini worksheets, we offer big packets (25+ pages of exercises), bridging packets (real-world life with cognitive exercises), or choose bundles that focus on a cognitive function, a medical condition, or a theme. Head to our worksheet site to see it all!