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'Sad is how I am!' Treating Dysthymia in Children and Adults

Appendix B - Problem Orientation Worksheet
Reproducible Client Worksheet

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Name: _________________________________________ Date: ________________

1. Briefly describe the problem situation.

2. Briefly describe your initial reaction to this problem.

3. How does this compare with a POSITIVE ORIENTATION as described below?

Positive problem orientation:
-Problems are a common part of life; many people have similar kinds of problems.
-It is better to face or confront a problem when it occurs, rather than avoid it.
-I can solve this problem effectively!
-I should use my feelings as a cue that a problem exists.
-I should "Stop and Think" before I act impulsively!

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