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ABC Worksheet: REBT style Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with an ABC Worksheet: REBT style Worksheet. It will help you in replacing your irrational beliefs with rational beliefs.
What is the ABC Worksheet: REBT style Worksheet?
Rational Emotional Behavioural Therapy is a type of Cognitive behavioral therapy, but it deals explicitly with emotional regulation. It focuses on challenging your irrational beliefs. We are what we believe; our perception and dealings are mostly based on our beliefs. The meaning we give to every situation dramatically depends upon our thoughts, positive or negative.
How will ABC Worksheet: REBT style Worksheet help?
This is the model used to replace the negative, irrational beliefs with rational beliefs. A refers to the activating event, the situation, or the triggering factor; B stands for the belief. C stands for Consequences, which may be behavioral or emotional.
Instructions on how to use the ABC Worksheet: REBT style Worksheet
Fill the sheet given below as per your experience. Make this exercise your part of the routine; whenever you face stress, use this worksheet to overcome your negative beliefs. Fill the ABC, and use the alternative new thought whenever the distressing situation arises.
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On this page, we provided you with an ABC Worksheet: REBT style Worksheet, which hopefully helped you in replacing your irrational beliefs with rational beliefs.
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