CBT Basics
Reframe the Thought
Coping Skills
Positive Affirmations
Wild Card!!
100

True/False: CBT supports the thought that people can change the way they FEEL by changing the way they THINK.

True

100

"I'm a failure."

100

True/False: ALL coping skills are healthy.

False

100

...for when you feel depressed.

100
Name 3 positive things about your day so far
200

Beliefs that are fundamental, inflexible, absolute beliefs that people hold about themselves, others, the world, and/or the future are called _______ beliefs.

(Hint: starts with a C!)

Core beliefs

200

"I feel so bad about my body today. I'm never going to have positive body image."

200

True/False: Coping skills can only be effective if they are physical/behavioral (things you can do: sports, crafts, etc.).

False

200

...for when you're struggling with a meal.

200

Name 3 things you're looking forward to in the future

300

Give an example of a helpful question to challenge negative thoughts.

300

"I hate the way I look."

300

True/False: CBT and coping skills should only be done in the presence of a professional. Self-practice is not encouraged.

Big FALSE

300

...for when you're homesick.

300

Name 3 positive things about yourself.

400

Name a behavior therapy similar to CBT.

DBT

400

"I don't want to eat this."

400

Name 3 unhealthy coping skills

400

...for when you don't agree with your meal plan.

400

Name 3 specific things or skills you can do to help manage urges for behaviors

500

What are inaccurate thoughts that reinforce negative thinking or emotions and serve to keep us feeling bad about ourselves called?

Cognitive distortions

500

"I look gross."

500

Name 5 healthy coping skills

500

...for when you are feeling treatment fatigued.

500

Name YOUR top 3 reasons to recover.

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