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Simple <abbr title="cognitive behavioral therapy">CBT</abbr> Model

Simple CBT Model

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Teach your clients about the CBT model with this simple chart. We suggest using this worksheet as a piece of scratch paper while introducing clients to CBT. Write all over it, jot down some examples, or whatever else you need to do. By the end of a session our papers are usually full of arrows, diagrams and examples! Most importantly, allow your clients to take a copy home a copy of the Simple CBT Model alongside a thought log so they have something to refresh their memory...
The Cognitive Behavioral Model

The Cognitive Behavioral Model

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This essential CBT worksheet depicts the cognitive model in an accurate and easy-to-understand manner. Use this printout as an aid to help teach clients how their thoughts and feelings interact, and eventually result in a behavior. CBT requires that clients have a strong understanding of the model that the theory is based upon, and the use of this visual guide will help you achieve that goal...
Behavioral Activation

Behavioral Activation

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Behavioral activation is a technique used in CBT and other behavioral therapies, especially during the early stages of depression treatments. A person who's depressed may lack the motivation and energy to complete basic, healthy, life tasks. This can cause isolation and poor health, which enhances the depression, thus forming a dangerous cycle of lessening motivation and worsening depression...
The Cycle of Anger

The Cycle of Anger

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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...
Anger Diary

Anger Diary

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Before successfully managing anger, many clients will first need to develop the ability to recognize their temper before it has reached explosive levels. One common and effective strategy for improving emotional awareness is by recording relevant events in an Anger Diary. This task may be challenging the first time around, so we suggest that you practice completing this worksheet in session using examples or events from the client's past...
Thought Log (with example)

Thought Log (with example)

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The thought log is one of the most basic tools of the CBT practitioner. Because this tool is so important, we've created several variations with only slight differences. This version stands apart by including a short example already written on the first line. A thought log can help your client learn to recognize how their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors interact and influence one another...
Countering Negative Thoughts (Thought Log)

Countering Negative Thoughts (Thought Log)

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Thought logs are a standard CBT tool that can be used to help clients recognize and then challenge their irrational beliefs. This particular thought log includes examples of negative thoughts, and possible rational counter-statements. We like to use this thought log to help clients practice identifying different ways they could have seen a single situation, and how these perspectives may have affected their feelings about that situation...
Countering Anxiety (Thought Log)

Countering Anxiety (Thought Log)

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Thought logs are a core component of CBT. Clients are asked to recognize thoughts and experiences that illicit an unwanted response (in this case, anxiety), and then to record another rational response to that situation. This particular thought log provides an example related to anxiety. Use this worksheet to help your clients practice generating alternative ways to look at a single event...
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