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CBT Evidence for and Against Worksheet
On this page we will provide you with a CBT Evidence for and Against Worksheet. It will help you to know about your core beliefs and to challenge them by searching evidence for their presence and against it.
What is the CBT Evidence for and Against Worksheet?
Cognitive behavior therapy is formulated on the notation that our behavior is controlled or operated by our cognitions.change in cognitions leads to change in behavior. Every person possesses certain core beliefs which when triggered by a situation cause floating of negative automatic thoughts.these thoughts interpret the situation in a negative way. Certain emotions and feelings emerge at that time which lead to a particular behavior. This worksheet will help you to challenge your problematic core beliefs.
How the CBT Evidence for and Against Worksheet will help?
Faulty core beliefs are problematic in nature.They cause disturbances in a person's life.it leads to psychological conflicts in mind which cause a person to show inappropriate behavior.this worksheet will help you to challenge those core beliefs thorough evidence against that belief and evidence in favor of that belief.
Instructions for the CBT Evidence for and Against Worksheet.
Think about some of your core beliefs which are problematic for you e.g i m worthless, my life is a waste .Now try to challenge your belief . give evidence that supports your thoughts and try to find evidence which is negating your beliefs about yourself or others.
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On this page we provided you with a CBT Evidence for and Against Worksheet. It hopefully helped you to know about your core beliefs and to challenge them by searching evidence for their presence and against it.
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