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Self-Esteem Daily Check-In

By Michael Vallejo, LCSW

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• Width: 8.5"
• Height: 11"
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Self-esteem can be influenced by many things, including the quality of a person's environment, how secure they feel, and the way they think about themselves. As a parent, teacher, social worker, or mental health professional, you can help a kid or teen grow their self-esteem by making them aware of the good things that have transpired on a given day.

This worksheet is a therapeutic tool that slowly builds their self-esteem by asking relevant questions each day. For instance, it asks them to identify a positive thing they saw or a simple accomplishment.

If you want to write your own questions for kids and teens to answer, we have also provided a second version of this worksheet with a blank template.

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Sarah Baker
Self Esteem worksheet

Used this worksheet for therapy homework for my clients and they loved it!

Thank you, Sarah! Please don't forget to check our other worksheets and handouts.