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PROLONGED EXPOSURE THERAPY FOR PTSD WORKSHEETS
On this page we will provide you with a Prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD worksheet which will help you to face your fears and overcome them with the help of prolonged ex[posure therapy.
What is Prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD worksheet?
Prolonged exposure is a specific type of cognitive behavioral therapy that teaches individuals to gradually approach trauma-related memories, feelings and situations. Most people want to avoid anything that reminds them of the trauma they experienced, but doing so reinforces their fear. Prolonged exposure therapy will help you to overcome your beliefs and fears related to the trauma to deal with your PTSD to face them one by one. The worksheet will help you to live a healthy life.
How Prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD worksheet will help?
This worksheet will help you to face your fears and overcome your mental blockages related to the trauma. You will feel light and much better after the exposure. It will help you in decreasing the distress of your traumatic experience.
Instructions on how to use Prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD worksheet
Prolonged exposure is basically exposing yourself to the traumatic memories that you carry till date. You may have witnessed trauma in your past but still you carry some painful part of it which you are unable to let go on your own, hence it is very important to deal with your Post traumatic symptoms.
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On this page, we provided you with a Prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD worksheet, which hopefully helped you to face your fears and overcome them with the help of prolonged ex[posure therapy.
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