What To Do During The Worry-Hour

Anxiety can be triggered by thoughts concerning various fears. Today’s post continues on the 3d step in therapy, which is about handling challenging thoughts using the worry hour. The worry-hour can create less anxiety, more positive feelings, less intense negative feelings and more adaptive behavioural responses. Worry and rumination create stress hormones as well as […]

How To Handle Stressful & Anxiety-Provoking Thoughts

In Cognitive behavioural therapy, CBT, the common view is that anxiety is triggered by anxiety inducing thoughts concerning various fears. Today’s post continues on the 3d step in traditional CBT, which is about creating an alternative response to your thoughts in previous exercises, which in turn likely can create less anxiety and other, more positive […]

More About The Worry-Hour For Handling Anxiety & Stress

In Cognitive behavioural therapy, CBT, the common view is that anxiety is triggered by anxiety inducing thoughts concerning various fears. Today’s post continues on the 3d step in traditional CBT, which is about creating an alternative response to your thoughts in previous exercises, which in turn likely can create less anxiety and other, more positive […]

Use the Worry-Hour To Make Less Room For Anxiety & Stress

In Cognitive behavioural therapy, CBT, the common view is that anxiety is triggered by anxiety inducing thoughts concerning various fears. Today’s post continues on the 3d step in traditional CBT, which is about creating an alternative response to your thoughts in previous exercises, which in turn likely can create less anxiety and other, more positive […]

The 3d Step in CBT: Challenge Your Anxiety Provoking Thoughts

In Cognitive behavioural therapy, CBT, the common view is that anxiety is triggered by thoughts concerning various fears. The 3d step in traditional CBT is about creating an alternative response to your thoughts in previous exercises, which in turn more likely can create other, more positive and/or less intense feelings as well as other more […]

The 2d Step In Cognitive Therapy – Identify The Trigger

In Cognitive behavioural therapy, CBT, the common view is that anxiety is triggered by anxiety inducing thoughts concerning various fears. The second step in traditional CBT is to be aware of your thoughts and the feelings they contribute to as well as what situation that triggered them. A trigger is something that happened and/or something […]