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On the last track we discussed Assertiveness Training through Role Playing. There are five steps in Assertiveness Training. They are: select an incident, role-play with another group member, have the client visualize the situation once more, have the client role play the situation twice with the other group member, and encourage the client.
On this track we will discuss watching worries come and go. Regarding watching worries come and go, three techniques we will examine are tracking anxiety levels, journaling, and focusing on positive aspects of life.
3 Cognitive Behavior Therapy Techniques for 'Watching Worries Come and Go'
CBT Technique #1. Tracking Anxiety Levels
CBT Technique #2. Journaling
Here is one tactic Rob used with his journaling. Rob stated, “I don’t really think journal writing should have rules. It helps me when I write about anything, anywhere, and anytime.” Rob benefited from journaling in that he had an interest in writing about his feelings an the emotionally important events in his life. Rob found that writing about past traumas brought him considerable relief. Think of your client. Could journaling benefit him or her?
CBT Technique #3. Focusing on Positive Aspects of Life
On this track we have discussed watching worries come and go. Regarding watching worries come and go, three techniques we discussed were tracking anxiety levels, journaling, and focusing on positive aspects of life.
On the next track we will discuss mirror anxiety. This track will focus on body image, discovering the good, and the technique of thought capturing.
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