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CBT Identifying triggers worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a CBT Identifying triggers worksheet. It will help you identify the triggers that provoke you to react and lose control.
What is the CBT Identifying triggers worksheet?
Cognitive-behavioral therapy focuses on reframing and getting rid of negative thoughts and changing them into positive ones. Identifying the Triggers worksheet will help you to become aware of the factors that aggravate you emotionally. Triggers are any stimulus or factor that makes you react, they are unique and personal, they vary individually, what might be a trigger for you, might not be a trigger for somebody else. Triggers can be anything from our past, places, people, emotions, and behavior that can cause distress.
How will CBT Identifying triggers worksheet help?
The worksheet will help you to identify the things, emotions, situations, and behaviors that provoke you to react. Identifying triggers is an essential component of relapse prevention. Triggers can be external and internal; to learn coping skills, you are supposed to find out what, when, and how your triggers affect you.
Instructions on how to use the CBT Identifying triggers worksheet
Write down the factors/thoughts that make you react emotionally and rate their intensity.
You can download this worksheet here.
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