Worksheets are a great tool to have when working through some of the steps. Here we have compiled some questions related to recovery into separate worksheets. Note that these are not done by a professional counselor but by people who have had experience working the step. These worksheets are presented in the hopes that it will make it easier for you to work the steps. You should feel free to use what seems helpful to your recovery and ignore the rest.
On this page, you can download a free workbook for working all 12 steps that uses the Microsoft OneNote format. With Microsoft OneNote there are tabs for each of the steps at the top and then multiple pages for each step. Microsoft is giving away OneNote for free for your PC or Macintosh, so this is an easy, free and powerful software option for helping you to work the 12 step program.
These documents have questions for all of the steps. They do not go into as much detail as the Step 4 worksheets, however. These worksheets can be viewed, edited and extended as you have need using any one of many available word processors. These worksheets are mostly a list of questions for each step where you can write out your own personal answers to the questions. This can give you some framework for working through each of the steps.
These documents have questions pertaining to particular periods of a person's life. They are broken up into the periods of childhood, adolescence and adulthood, and have been designed for a more detailed reflection on these periods of life in conjunction with working step 4 of a 12 step program. The worksheets come in various formats and can be viewed, edited and extended according to your particular circumstances.
Questions dealing with your early years of growing up, from toddler up until adolescence. more...
We have put together a form for you where you can create a more customized worksheet according to your particular addiction and your step of interest. This is a work in progress and we hope to have more questions available in the future.