Saturday, April 06, 2019

Free Printable Worry Tracker

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A free printable worry tracker so that you can write down your anxious thoughts and worries. It's a great tool for coping with anxiety.

Worries...we've all got 'em! But some people, and children, worry more than others.

When you have a child that worries a lot, it's important to figure out what is triggering the anxiety and how to help your child best cope with it. A worry tracker is one tool you can use to figure out those patterns.

If the worry monster tracking sheet was too cutesy for your liking, then this simple free printable worry tracker will be more up your alley.

It's a simple, yet effective way to keep track of all the worries you or your child. You can use it to establish patterns and to determine what the most effective coping strategies seem to be when anxiety strikes.

Free printable worry tracker {coping with anxiety worksheets for kids}

About the Free Printable Worry Tracker

This worry tracker printable is one page and includes five spots for you to record:

  • What the worry was
  • When and where the worry took place
  • What triggered the worry
  • How your body felt during the worry
  • The strategy you used to feel better and cope with the worry
The idea is to print off multiple copies of this worry tracking sheet and put them into a duotang or binder.

To get your copy of this printable, simply click the link below.

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