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CBT Hierarchy Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a CBT Hierarchy Worksheet. It will help you deal with your feared situations and thoughts effectively.
What is a CBT Hierarchy Worksheet?
Exposure Hierarchy is a technique used in Cognitive-behavioral Therapy to treat phobias and anxiety. It is about exposing yourself to the stimulus that provokes fear and you avoid facing it. It is about getting exposed to your most feared triggers, gradually in a hierarchy. The triggers that cause you stress and provoke anxiety will be presented to you one by one in steps. This will help you to face your fears and deal with them. This will help you to face your fears and deal with them.
How will the CBT Hierarchy Worksheet help?
This worksheet will help you to be prepared to face your most feared situation by the breakdown of the process. The worksheet will help you in making strong enough to deal with and face your worst of fears.
Instructions on how to use the CBT Hierarchy Worksheet
Create a list of feared objects, from less tolerable to most tolerable on a scale, and then expose yourself to the less tolerable situation to the most tolerable situation or object.
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