Mindfulness worksheet for addiction

What is the theory behind this worksheet?

Mindfulness means to be present in the moment without judgment or interpretation by being intensively aware of what you are sensing and feeling in this moment. The underlying theories include 

  • Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MSBR)– which focuses on mindful meditation and awareness techniques to reduce stress and enhance emotional resilience.  
  • Positive psychology focuses on positive aspects of human life, such as happiness, gratitude, strengths, and fulfillment.

The therapy that aligns with it is,

  • Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT)- especially its component of cognitive restructuring when integrated into mindfulness practices encourages individuals to prevent relapse with different problems.
  • Mindfulness-based relapse prevention- integrates mindfulness with relapse prevention strategies, emphasizing the role of mindfulness in reducing the risk of relapse.

How will the worksheet help? 


This worksheet aims to 

  • Explore the practical applications of mindfulness in the context of addiction recovery.
  • Managing cravings
  • Increasing self-awareness
  • promote overall well-being.

How to use this worksheet?

This worksheet can be used by individuals who want to cultivate mindfulness, explore present experiences, and incorporate mindfulness into daily life for improved well-being.

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