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Therapy worksheets related to CBT

CBT: Example and Practice Sheet

CBT: Example and Practice Sheet

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Early in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), clients will learn the cognitive behavioral model, and begin recording their experiences in a thought log. For many, the jump between these two tasks is difficult. The Cognitive Model: Example & Practice worksheet was designed to bridge this gap. In this CBT worksheet, the model is illustrated alongside an example, with space for your client to record a real-life example of their own...
Thoughts & Behaviors: Costs and Benefits

Thoughts & Behaviors: Costs and Benefits

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A cost/benefit analysis is a classic technique for decision-making. In cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), this technique has been adapted for use in cognitive restructuring. Put more simply, a cost/benefit analysis can be used to challenge old, unhealthy patterns of thinking, allowing them to be replaced by new, more adaptive thoughts...
CBT for Kids: Thoughts, Feelings, & Actions

CBT for Kids: Thoughts, Feelings, & Actions

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Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based treatment for many mental and behavioral health issues. Research has shown that CBT can be effective for children as young as 7 years old, if the concepts are explained in a simple and relatable manner. Thoughts, Feelings, & Actions is a colorful and inviting 4-page CBT worksheet packet for children and adolescents...
Thinking Errors

Thinking Errors

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Thinking errors, commonly known as cognitive distortions, are irrational beliefs that contribute to uncomfortable emotions and unwanted behavior. Children as young as 7 years old can benefit from cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) interventions, but it is important that the material is presented in an age-appropriate manner...
Cognitive Restructuring: Decatastrophizing

Cognitive Restructuring: Decatastrophizing

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Cognitive distortions are irrational thoughts that have the power to influence how you feel. Everyone has some cognitive distortions—they’re a normal part of being human. However, when cognitive distortions are too plentiful or extreme, they can be harmful. One common type of cognitive distortion is called catastrophizing...
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...
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...
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...
Challenging Anxious Thoughts

Challenging Anxious Thoughts

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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 CBT Model: Psychoeducation

The CBT Model: Psychoeducation

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Teaching the cognitive model often serves as an introduction to CBT, and your client's understanding of the model can set the tone for the rest of therapy. Does the model resonate with your client, or does it seem confusing and irrelevant? The CBT Model Info Sheet is a one-page worksheet designed to explain the cognitive model through accessible writing and examples...
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