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UNDERSTANDING CBT WORKSHEET
On this page, we will provide you with a simple Understanding CBT Worksheet. It will help you to understand Cognitive behavioral therapy.
What is understanding CBT Worksheet?
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a highly structured, present-oriented, problem-focused psychotherapy that is directed toward solving current problems and teaching clients skills to modify irrational or negative thinking patterns as well as behavior. (Beck, 2012). Cognitive-behavioral therapy brings awareness about thoughts and feelings; You learn to distinguish how circumstances, situations, and behaviors impact your emotions. It is a collaborative approach. CBT believes how you interpret the events determines how you feel about them.
How will understanding CBT Worksheet help?
This Simple CBT Model Worksheet will improve emotions by changing irrational thoughts and practices. The aim of the therapy 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 understanding CBT Worksheet
Use the worksheet to understand CBT in detail.
On this page, we provided you with an understanding CBT Worksheet, which hopefully helped you to understand Cognitive behavioral therapy.
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