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The LOW FRUSTRATION TOLERANCE CBT Thought Form

The LOW FRUSTRATION TOLERANCE CBT Thought Form

iVeronicaWalsh.wordpress.com guided self help worksheets: Many people who suffer from stress disorders develop Low Frustration Tolerance (LFT) – this is a term coined by one of the founding fathers of CBT, Dr Albert Ellis, referring to when we imagine we cannot and will not and should not have to tolerate conditions that frustrate us (eg … Continue reading

Seasonal Affective Disorder and CBT…

Seasonal Affective Disorder and CBT…

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): is a type of depression that occurs during a particular season – usually winter – and is thought to be caused by a neurological anomaly due to the lack of light. Treatment has traditionally been with ‘lightboxes’ (light therapy / phototherapy), where sufferers are routinely exposed to artificial light that can … Continue reading

The Albert Ellis Irrational Beliefs Table

The Albert Ellis Irrational Beliefs Table

Become your own therapist through literally learning ‘how to be happy’ through applying rational thinking skills. Cool yourself down into a moderate calm thinker with the renowned and powerful Albert Ellis rational thinking table. Use it. Love it. If you accept the theory that our brains have been cobbled together by evolution, and are not … Continue reading

Understanding and tackling ‘interview anxiety’ – a CBT view

Understanding and tackling ‘interview anxiety’ – a CBT view

An exercise in disputing irrational extreme ‘Interview Anxiety’ with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy… Interview Anxiety – A Case Study Click the above table image for easy reading, or download as a PDF handout: CBT_ABCD_InterviewAnxiety On examination, Patricia learns that she has a negative ‘self-talk’ pattern. Her thoughts are absolute and extreme and not quite rational (not … Continue reading