Tag Archives: Cognitive behavioral therapy

Activity Chart

Courtesy of CBIS Manual, June 2009, British Columbia  (link to document here)

Stop Depressive Thinking! Catch the error of your ways

Here is a very nice, concise review from the CBIS Manual of very common cognitive thinking errors.  The theory goes, if you change how your think, you change how you feel. In my opinion, this is solid gold.  It is bang on, and very helpful. If you are ever vigilant, constantly watching how you react […]
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Other Ways to Relax and Get though Intense Distress, and Links: The Basics

GROUNDING EXERCISE! Purpose • Grounding is a calming and centering method that helps you to become more focused in your body and on the present moment. It reminds you of your strength and ability to cope in the present. Process • Sit in a chair with your feet flat on the floor and your hands […]
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Coping With Depression: DIY

Be it Ecclesiastes, where it is  said “there is nothing new under the sun”, or the parable from Luke, that “no man putteth new wine into old bottles; else the new wine will burst the bottles, and be spilled, and the bottles shall perish. But new wine must be put into new bottles” (Wikipedia), the fact […]
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