Chapter 7 (PSY 708)

Figure 7.1 – Using Emotions to Elicit Automatic Thoughts

Figure 7.2 – Emotion Intensity and Negative Automatic Thought Believability Scale

Figure 7.3 – Attributional Style Worksheet

Figure 7.4 – Responsibility Attribution Pie

Table 7.1 – Key Elements of Automatic Thoughts

Table 7.2 – Validity and Utility of Negative Automatic Thoughts

Table 7.3 – Negative Emotions and Negative Automatic Thoughts Worksheet

Table 7.4 – Negative Emotions and Associated Events Worksheet

Table 7.5 – Negative Automatic Thoughts Tracker

Table 7.6 – Socratic Techniques and Common Questions for Automatic Thoughts

Table 7.7 – Examining the Evidence Worksheet – Automatic Thoughts

Table 7.8 – Decatastrophizing Worksheet

Table 7.9 – Possible Alternatives Worksheet

Table 7.10 – Cognitive Distortions and Examples

Table 7.11 – Negative Automatic Thought Record

Table 7.12 – Cognitive Rehearsal Steps Worksheet

Table 7.13 – Common Challenges for Automatic Thoughts

Adam M. Volungis, PhD, LMHC

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