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Thoughts feelings behaviors and physiology diaries can be extremely useful to complete once a problem area has been identified. Generally, most of us live our lives automatically, without giving much thought to a) thinking about our thinking, b) how we react to our feelings or c) what makes us behave in the way that we do.

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Thoughts feelings behaviors and physiology diaries can be extremely useful to complete once a problem area has been identified. Generally, most of us live our lives automatically, without giving much thought to a) thinking about our thinking, b) how we react to our feelings or c) what makes us behave in the way that we do.

Thoughts feelings behaviors records

Completing a diary brings more of our automatic processes into awareness. Once these patterns are brought into our conscious awareness, we immediately have more choice about how to react. This is due to the fact that writing down information about the self encourages a process of stepping back and observing. This type of focused detachment will automatically encourage the use of self-reflection. As soon as we start to consider what makes us think, feel or behave the way that we do, we engage the front part of the brain, which can often disengage when we become distressed.

The attached thoughts feelings behaviours and physiology worksheet PDF (from CBT Worksheets) contains a completed example and a blank form that can be completed.

Making notes of thoughts feelings behaviours and physiology

The best time to complete a thoughts feelings behaviour and physiology worksheet is when it is connected to a specific trigger situation that had produced distress or dysfunctional behaviour. Keeping the trigger situation in mind while focusing on feelings connected with the trigger situation will help negative automatic thoughts become more accessible. Once a list of thoughts has been created it can then be useful to look through the thought list and then assess which thoughts produce the strongest or more aversive feelings. These thoughts are often the best places to start CBT intervention and are commonly referred to as ‘hot thoughts.’

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