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July 26, 2010 8:57 AM   Subscribe

Is there CBT or other therapy tools or techniques that can be used at home like homework? I'm thinking of the Conversation Wheel and the like.
posted by UltraD to Health & Fitness (10 answers total) 38 users marked this as a favorite
This is an excellent CBT workbook for the home.
posted by WhiteWhale at 8:59 AM on July 26, 2010

I don't know about paper, although I suspect there are workbooks, but if I recall correctly, is set up like this.
posted by cobaltnine at 8:59 AM on July 26, 2010

CBT Thought Records can be done on your own. Here's a worksheet (links to PDF)
posted by Colonel_Chappy at 9:00 AM on July 26, 2010

I've seen The Feeling Good Handbook recommended here at MeFi quite often.
posted by vytae at 9:14 AM on July 26, 2010

http://moodgym.anu.edu.au/welcome -- The MoodGym project has been recommended here before.
posted by Skwirl at 9:17 AM on July 26, 2010

thanks! sorry for the repetition ...i did a search and didn't come up with much.
posted by UltraD at 10:44 AM on July 26, 2010

Another workbook to consider is Thoughts and Feelings by Matthew McKay.
posted by Hardcore Poser at 12:53 PM on July 26, 2010

I really cannot recommend Feeling Good (and the workbook) enough. It really works -- it's like magic. Thoughts & Feelings is also good, but I'd start with Feeling Good.
posted by callmejay at 1:17 PM on July 26, 2010

This got launched today on hacker news, so it's still pretty rough around the edges: EndAnts (automatic negative thoughts). Seems interesting. Web-based, so you can use it anywhere.
posted by clicking the 'Post Comment' button at 5:59 PM on July 26, 2010

There are bunches of CBT workbooks with various tools included. I use the "Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Workbook", myself.
posted by batmonkey at 3:40 PM on July 27, 2010

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