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Cognitive Restructuring: Socratic Questions

Cognitive Restructuring: Socratic Questions

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The term cognitive restructuring refers to the process of challenging, and changing, irrational thoughts. Socratic questioning is one technique to encourage this process. Therapists use Socratic questioning verbally by asking probing questions about their clients' irrational thoughts. As clients improve their awareness of irrational thoughts, they can begin to consciously question their own thoughts...
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Cognitive Restructuring: Thoughts on Trial

Cognitive Restructuring: Thoughts on Trial

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Putting Thoughts on Trial is a CBT activity focused on the examination of irrational thoughts. Your client will act as a defense attorney, prosecutor, and judge, as they compare evidence for and against a single thought. Like in a real court of law, only verifiable facts are admissible as evidence. Opinions, assumptions, and conjecture are not allowed...
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Thought Record

Thought Record

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Thought records are like the Swiss Army knife of CBT. They're used to teach about the interactions between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and as a tool for clients to record their own experiences. When it comes to the cognitive restructuring portion of CBT, thought records are a great place to begin challenging irrational thoughts...
Bullying Worksheet Packet

Bullying Worksheet Packet

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"Bullying" refers to repeated verbal, social, or physical aggression that involves some form of power imbalance. Bullying is an important topic in the field of mental health because of its impact on the wellness of everyone involved, including the victim, the bully, and observers. Oftentimes, victims of bullying don't realize that their own situation is, in fact, bullying...
Looking Back, Looking Forward

Looking Back, Looking Forward

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Looking back at our accomplishments, and forward toward our goals, can be a rewarding activity. Research in positive psychology tells us that focusing on our good experiences, and imagining our "best possible self" can be one step toward building happiness. This worksheet is a good fit with a wide range of clients...
Problem Solving Packet

Problem Solving Packet

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Guide your clients and groups through the problem solving process with the help of the Problem Solving Packet. Each page covers one of five problem solving steps with a rationale, tips, and questions. The steps include defining the problem, generating solutions, choosing one solution, implementing the solution, and reviewing the process...
The Fight-or-Flight Response

The Fight-or-Flight Response

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When a person perceives the threat of harm—whether emotionally or physically—their body will automatically initiate a survival response. Heart rate elevates, palms begin to sweat, breathing becomes rapid, and thoughts race. These changes are all part of the fight-or-flight response, which prepares the person to either confront or flee from the threat...
Printable Emotion Faces

Printable Emotion Faces

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Pinning down the word that perfectly describes a feeling can be difficult, even for adults. Developing emotional intelligence requires experience and introspection, but a basic vocabulary comes first. We created the Emotion Faces printout to help children match a word (and a face) with their feelings...
What is Trauma?

What is Trauma?

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Trauma is complicated. It can be obvious, with a clear cause, and symptoms that seem to make sense. Or, trauma can be buried beneath depression, anxiety, and anger, without any recognizable origin. The causal event may have occurred a week ago, or half a century in the past. To help survivors of trauma make sense of what they're experiencing, psychoeducation is a natural place to begin...
Exploring Social Anxiety

Exploring Social Anxiety

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Social anxiety is one of the most common mental disorders, with an estimated 6.8% annual prevalence among adults (NIMH). Its impact on a person's life can be far reaching. It's not uncommon for a person with social anxiety to shape their life decisions around their fears, while making major sacrifices in the process...
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