Cognitive Diary CBT Self-Help
by: Excel At Life • 1.5K
IMPROVE YOUR LIFE BY CHANGING YOUR THINKING!
For Self-Help and Self-Improvement
Are you stressed?
Do you have anxiety?
Do you have depression?
Are you controlling?
Does anger cause problems with others?
Do you have problems in relationships?
Do you tend to be jealous?
Do you have low self-esteem?
Are you unmotivated?
Do you want to be more satisfied in life?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, this app can teach you how to recognize thinking that interferes with achieving your goals in life and how to change that thinking.
Irrational beliefs lead to many life problems such as stress, anxiety, anger, depression, conflict in relationships among many other issues.
Don't feel hopeless about changing your life. Learn the methods shown in psychological research to be effective with changing your emotions/mood and behavior.
These self-help methods use the tools of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) to challenge irrational thinking. This Cognitive Diary app was developed by a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years as a practicing psychotherapist.
The cognitive diary helps you to determine some ways to challenge the irrational thinking. Once you have done that, it is important to read the rational challenges frequently until they automatically come to mind rather than the irrational thinking.
The app provides a simple way of doing this by reviewing the history of your recorded events.
Also includes password protection and editing of your previous responses.
You can customize:
1) irrational belief titles if using different system of cognitive therapy
2) emotions/mood list
3) add personal coping statements to challenge list
4) design and colors of app including using your own picture
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