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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 elicit 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...
Symptoms of Stress

Symptoms of Stress

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Education about the Symptoms of Stress can help clients, groups, and classrooms recognize the importance of self-care. Many clients have difficulty recognizing that they are experiencing stress, or they might fail to make the connection between their symptoms and their emotions. This printout summarizes the physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms that accompany stress such as fatigue, anxiety, unhealthy eating, neck and back pain, and nail biting...
Anger Thermometer

Anger Thermometer

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The anger thermometer is a tool that will help your clients learn about their anger symptoms and warning signs, and how these change as anger escalates. Before your client can learn to use anger management skills, they first need to recognize their anger warning signs as they occur. The Anger Thermometer is a 10-point scale where a “10” represents a person’s maximum anger, and a “1” represents no anger at all...
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