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CBT Workshop. Introduction. For example:. Being late….”if I am late, then I won’t have time to set up and my presentation will be rubbish” – feel anxious – set alarm early, walk dog in a rush, shout at children for not being ready etc etc etc!

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cbt workshop

CBT Workshop

Introduction

for example
For example:
  • Being late….”if I am late, then I won’t have time to set up and my presentation will be rubbish” – feel anxious – set alarm early, walk dog in a rush, shout at children for not being ready etc etc etc!
  • Being late….”if I am late, then I am sure I can manage to make the time up”, an enjoyable morning (for some).
cbt hot cross bun
CBT – hot cross bun.
  • Thought
  • Feelings
  • Behaviours
  • Physical symptoms.
  • All of which worsens thoughts / feelings and behaviours.
hot cross bun exercise
Hot cross bun exercise.
  • Think of a situation when you felt a strong emotion that you are happy to share (can be positive).
  • In pairs – talk through the following:
  • What did you think?
  • What did you feel?
  • What did you do?
  • What physical sensations were about?
exercise
Exercise.
  • Using the material given – generate a hot cross bun.
  • What would you imagine would be helpful for this young person – in terms of helping him manage thoughts, feelings, behaviours and physical symptoms.