Is your client a victim of anger? Empower them to be stubbornly happy. “OMG! He makes me so angry! He pushes my buttons.” When you hear this, what thoughts come to mind? This person believes someone else causes her to be angry. She has adopted a “victim” role. If she rigidly holds on to the … Continue reading Choosing to Be Stubbornly Happy: No One Makes You Angry
CBT Backwards: An Example
As a follow-up to my last blog, Doing CBT Backwards: Using Journaling to Change Thinking, I present an example of an 85-year old, female client experiencing thoughts of anxiety. Through journaling between sessions, we are able to make changes to her thought patterns that help alleviate her anxiety. In session Therapist: How are you feeling today? … Continue reading CBT Backwards: An Example
Doing CBT Backwards: Using Journaling to Change Thinking
Help your patient use journaling to control their thoughts.