Cognitive Distortion
CBT and DBT
Mental Health Recovery Materials
Mental Health Recovery Materials
Mindfulness

100

Expecting things to turn out negatively.

Fortune-telling

100

Name the three interrelated focus of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

thoughts, emotions, behavior

100

Name the three behavioral activation.

Routine, enjoyable, values

100

Tracking urges and having awareness, to learn how to resist, undo, and use coping mechanisms.

Symptom behavior bans "BANS"

100

The practice of using human sensory to stay in the present moment.

54321 mindfulness

200

Making assumptions about what others are thinking. Interpret without any facts or evidence to support your thought.

Mind-reading

200

Using this [acronym], to communicate your needs with another individual and likely having to negotiate

DEARMAN

200

Communication by a person, to make their own choices, and maintaining responsibility for their own behavior while allowing others the same. Think of "I" statements.

Assertiveness communication style

200

Analyzing positive and negative consequences, and considering short and long term outcomes.

Costs and benefits analysis

200

Three elements that are self kindness, common humanity, and mindfulness, that will guide you to support your own needs and others.

Self-compassion

300

Anticipating the worst possible outcome.

Catastrophizing

300

**Double, or not double points** Using deep muscle relaxation as a distress tolerance technique to get to this nervous system

para-sympathetic nervous system 

300

Name the S.M.A.R.T. acronyms

Specific, Measureable, Appealing, Realistic, Time-bound

300

Evaluating avoidance patterns and utilizing active coping.

TRAP/TRAC

300

Using logical and emotional mind to walk the middle path.

Wise-mind

400

Interpret emotions as facts. You assume your negative detail becomes the basis for your overall interpretation.

Emotional reasoning

400

There are four core values that guide dialectal behavior therapy

mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, personal effectiveness

400

**Double or not to double points** When I begin to recognize, I can then prepare, and engage in behavioral activation to look forward to new outcomes.

Five stages of change

400

Making it easier for someone to engage in behaviors consistent with their psychological disorder.

Symptom accommodation

400

Envisioning a trigger/ruminative thought drifting away.

Leaves on a stream

500

You feel responsible for something that isn't your fault and isn't entirely under your control. Look for feelings of guilt, shame, and inadequacy.

Personalization

500

There are three thought challenging tools to challenge an individual's core fear.

probability over-estimation, de-catastrophizing, intolerance of uncertainty  

500

A bell curve explaining the relationship between anxiety and performance.

Yerkes Dodson curve

500

Holding a negative belief(s) and having a greater emotional reactions when faced with a problem.

Negative problem orientation (NPO)

500

Name 5 of 9 attitudes on mindfulness from Jon Kabat-Zinn

Beginners Mind, Non-Judging, Acceptance, Letting Go, Trust, Patience, Non-Striving, Gratitude & Generosity´╗┐