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CBT TESTING YOUR THOUGHTS WORKSHEET
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What is the CBT Testing your thoughts Worksheet?
Cognitive behavior therapy is formulated on the notation that our behavior is controlled or operated by our cognitions. Change in cognition leads to a change in behavior. Every person possesses certain core beliefs which when triggered by a situation cause floating of negative automatic thoughts. Our thoughts define our actions. How we perceive a situation has to do a lot with how we behave and act. Rational thoughts lead to positive, healthy emotions and actions. Irrational, thoughts lead to negative and pessimistic, self-limiting behaviors, and actions. If you want to improve your situation, you need to work on your thought patterns and focus more on the emotions’ positive side.
How will the CBT Testing your thoughts Worksheet help?
This worksheet will help you to understand the mechanism of behavior and how your thoughts affect your behavior. The worksheet will help you to test down the thoughts that come to your mind.
Instructions on how to use a CBT Testing your thoughts Worksheet
Thoughts initiate feelings/emotions and they lead toward the display of particular behavior. Use the worksheet to know the causes of your behaviors and its underlying cause.
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You should always seek help from a mental health professional or medical professional. We are not providing any advice or recommendations here.
There are various resources where you can seek help.
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