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.
This version of the thought record is simple, clean, and professional. It offers plenty of space for your clients to record their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
If you want to learn more about using thought records effectively, check out our treatment guides on CBT psychoeducation and cognitive restructuring.