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CORE BELIEFS WORKSHEET
On this page, we will provide you with the Core beliefs Worksheet. It will help you to work on your self limiting core beliefs.
What is Core Beliefs Worksheet
According to Cognitive Behavioural therapists, Core beliefs are our most profound assumptions about ourselves, the world, and others. They are the beliefs that are installed in our mind and shape our world. To be honest, nothing matters more than the core beliefs. They are the main drivers of our issues, including our automatic negative thoughts.
How will Core Beliefs Worksheet help
Core beliefs are shaped by our experiences, they guide you through life. They can be positive as well as negative. Negative core beliefs are self-limiting. Self-limiting beliefs are as the name indicates limiting, dark and filled with pessimistic thoughts, e.g the world is cruel, nobody is there for me. By becoming aware of your core beliefs you will be able to challenge them. For details on how to challenge your Core Beliefs, See our worksheet on Challenging the Negative Core Beliefs Worksheet
Instructions for the Core Beliefs Worksheet
Core beliefs are convictions instead of realities. This worksheet aims at making its clients aware of their core beliefs. Acceptance is the first step towards recovery, by accepting and knowing your core beliefs you will be able to challenge them and change them into positive experiences.
You can download this worksheet here.
Other worksheets you may be interested in
Below are links to a few more worksheets which are closely related to the worksheet above.
Challenging core beliefs worksheet
CBT Core Beliefs Automatic Thoughts
Core Beliefs Mental Health Worksheet
On this page, we provided you with the Core beliefs Worksheet. Hopefully, It helped you in understanding your self limiting core beliefs.
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