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Longitudinal Formulation Beckian Style Worksheet
On this page, we provide you with the Longitudinal Formulation Beckian Style Worksheet, which helps the client and the clinician to develop a deeper understanding of a problem.
What is a Longitudinal Formulation Beckian Style Worksheet?
Longitudinal Formulation is a CBT case formulation which includes 5 p factors. Which are presenting complaints, predisposing, precipitating, perpetuating and positives. Where predisposing factors are those factors which made the client exposed to the problem. Precipitating factors generated the problems. Lastly, perpetuating factors are those mechanisms which stops the problem from getting resolved. This worksheet helps the client, to bridge the gap between his beliefs, with his style of thinking and behaving.
How can a Longitudinal Formulation Beckian Style Worksheet help?
This worksheet helps the client, to bridge the gap between his beliefs, with his style of thinking and behaving. This worksheet helps to structure the techniques given to the client as a home task. And it also makes it easy to spot the multi-faceted problems clearly and concise.
Instructions on how to use the Longitudinal Formulation Beckian Style Worksheet help
In this worksheet the client will report all the triggers, past experiences, emotions and feelings. And later will observe the relationship among them.
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We have provided you with a Longitudinal Formulation Beckian Style Worksheet which will help you in developing a deeper understanding of your problems while exploring various styles and patterns of thinking.
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