Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Use these worksheets to support the work that you are doing in session. By practicing your skills and completing exercises between sessions, you increase the likelihood of healthier thinking and behaviors coming more naturally. Journal and Replace Self-Defeating Thoughts Goals of Exercise: Identify negative, distorted cognitions that mediate intense negative… Continue reading Skill-Building Worksheets
I’m no cardio freak. But there is something about going for a run (especially when I’m experiencing a depressed mood) that lifts my spirits. I’ve decided that it’s the deep breathing and focus that comes along with it. It’s therapeutic. Aside from it now being evidenced-based that exercise and physical activity reduces symptoms of anxiety… Continue reading Get Up to Get Over the Blahs
We tend to think about the things we want to do. This makes sense, especially when you’re a goal-oriented visualization enthusiast who understands the importance of seeing it before you get there. However, we also have to consider the things we need to do less of. What is it for you? Eat less? Sleep… Continue reading Do Yourself a Favor. Worry Less.