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CBT REFRAMING THOUGHTS
On this page, we will provide you with CBT Reframing Thoughts. It will help you reframe your negative thinking patterns.
What is CBT Reframing Thoughts?
Reframing is a technique used in the Cognitive-behavioral technique, which is to restructure and redefine the problem in a different way, It is about re-directing and re-addressing an issue. You can’t change the situation always in your life but you can surely change your perspective and how you label a situation. Reframing is done by targeting your faulty, unhealthy, and negative thinking patterns into positive healthy ones.
How will CBT Reframing Thoughts help?
The worksheet will help you by changing irrational thoughts and practices into positive thinking patterns. It is a technique of Cognitive behavioral therapy, in which the conflicting and irrational thoughts are reframed into positive healthy alternative ones. The aim of these techniques is not to ‘think happy thoughts’ or to replace negative thoughts with positive ones, rather, it is to overcome biases and to think accurately.
Instructions on how to use the CBT Reframing Thoughts.
Use the worksheet to understand the process of reframing irrational and negative thoughts.
You can download this worksheet here.
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