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BEHAVIOURAL EXPERIMENT OCD WORKSHEET
On this page, we will provide you with a Behavioural experiment OCD worksheet, which will help you to deal with your obsessive thoughts.
What is the behavioral experiment OCD worksheet about?
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a psychological disorder, which involves complex unwanted recurring thoughts that become unmanageable for a person and they start acting upon their thoughts, such thoughts are known as obsessions and the behavior that a person executes is known as compulsions. Behavioral Experiments are a scientific way of testing the accuracy and validity of a thought/ a belief.
How will behavioral experiment OCD worksheet help?
This worksheet will help you to realize on what core beliefs you are operating, usually, a person with OCD does not realize that he has some obsessions and they unconsciously act on their obsessions to decrease the anxiety they get from those obsessions, this worksheet will focus on the behavior experiments that you can carry out yourself and decrease your obsessions. You will work on any of your beliefs through a behavioural experiment and then you will analyze the outcome of the experiment if that experiment is successful for you or not.
Instructions on how to use behavioural experiment OCD worksheet
The boxes given below, and fill it according to your own mind and core beliefs.
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