The worksheets that I show here on this blog are from The Feeling Good Series. There’s the 1st book, Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy and its companion, The Feeling Good Handbook. Both are written...
When we get upset or frustrated, it is critical to communicate how we feel. This can be healthy and productive if done the right way, but it can also lead to more frustration and trauma if done in an unhealthy way. Identifying the differences between “healthy venting” and “emotional dumping” can allow us to communicate our anger more effectively and find clarity in our relationships.These are a set of guidelines Dr. Judith Orloff recommends in her book “Th
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) identifies a number of cognitive distortions that can easily start to interfere with our thinking. These are a few examples. #cbt #cognitivedistortions #thoughttraps
We all have thoughts that jump into our minds without invitation. In effecting positive behavior change, we first need to recognize the automatic thought that contributes to our actions. This is a list of cognitive distortions to assist in your "catching" the thoughts. #mindbodyvi