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Challenging Anxious Thoughts

Challenging Anxious Thoughts

worksheet
The Challenging Anxious Thoughts worksheet will teach your clients about the CBT concept of irrational and rational thoughts, as they relate to anxiety. Psychoeducation is interspersed with examples, and opportunities for your clients to write about their own experiences. Because irrational thoughts can be difficult to pin down without practice, we suggest working closely with your client as they make their way through this worksheet...
The Cycle of Anger

The Cycle of Anger

worksheet
Show your clients how their anger can be triggered, and how it escalates, using the Cycle of Anger printout. This anger worksheet uses the CBT model to explain how anger grows from irrational thoughts, and leads to a difficult-to-break cycle of growing frustration. The Cycle of Anger diagram depicts anger as beginning with a trigger, which leads to negative thoughts, emotions, physical symptoms, and a behavioral response...
Using Exercise in Mental Health Treatment

Using Exercise in Mental Health Treatment

treatment guide
The connection between exercise and mental well-being has become increasingly obvious as research on the subject grows. Unfortunately, most mental health counseling training programs don't cover the topic, and as few as 10% of psychotherapists talk to their clients about exercise. Research suggests that exercise can have a significant positive impact on depression, anxiety, eating disorders, addictions, cognitive functioning, and more...
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