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Behavioural Activation

When we are depressed or going through a rough patch we can end up reducing the amount we do because of our symptoms.  This can create a vicious cycle where a lack of activity keeps our mood low or makes it worse.  Behavioural Activation is a CBT technique for reversing this process by gradually increasing the amount of activity we do in a manageable way.

Increasing Activity Guide

  • Information about why activity matters and guidance on beginning to increase your activity levels.
  • Published by getselfhelp.co.uk, a website written by a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist that provides CBT worksheets and resources.

Behavioural Activation Worksheet

  • Worksheet for planning and choosing activities.
  • Published by getselfhelp.co.uk, a website written by a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist that provides CBT worksheets and resources.

Behavioural Experiments

Behavioural experimentation is a CBT technique for testing thoughts and beliefs that may be holding us back.  This is done by planning activities that might test out these beliefs and then thinking about the results.

Behavioural Experiment Worksheet and Behaviour Experiment Record Sheet

  • Worksheets for planning, carrying out and reviewing behaviour experiments.
  • Provided by getselfhelp.co.uk, a website written by a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist that provides CBT worksheets and resources.

Unhelpful Thoughts: Challenging and Testing Them Out 

  • A workbook written for  Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners to use with their patients.
  • Includes explanations, exercises and worksheets for thought challenging and behaviour experiments.
  • Produced by CEDAR, University of Essex

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Worry and Anxiety

What, Me Worry?

  • A series of workbooks to download and/or print.
  • Includes information, exercises and worksheets to deal with chronic worry.
  • Produced by the Centre for Clinical Excellence which is a public mental health service in Western Australia.

Generalised Anxiety Disorder and Worry

  • Booklet with information and ideas for managing worry and intolerance of uncertainty.
  • Published by getselfhelp.co.uk, a website written by a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist that provides CBT worksheets and resources.

Worry postponement

ReachOut Worry Time

  • Free app for practising postponing worry
  • Available for Android and iPhone.
  • Produced in conjunction with CCI.
  • Free

The Worry Tree

  • Decision tree for dealing with worries.
  • Published by getselfhelp.co.uk, a website written by a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist that provides CBT worksheets and resources.