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Negative thinking can creep into our minds without us even noticing it: it can make us into procrastinators, or perfectionists, and it can be triggered by emotions, situations or even memories.
By learning to recognise and reframe those thoughts we can find better, healthier ways to be.Start your free trial
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Our guides offer tools and techniques that are effective in encouraging healthy thinking, enabling you or your team to create and maintain realistic, compassionate, and constructive thoughts.
The common types of negative thinking
CBT can help us to identify our automatic negative thoughts and reframe them.
This series will introduce you to some of the common types of problematic thinking and give you the strategies to challenge and reframe your negative thoughts.
How to reframe your negative thinking
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy identifies how our negative thoughts impact on emotion and behaviour.
This topic will help you learn how to reframe those negative thoughts into more constructive, compassionate and realistic alternatives.
The problem of procrastination
Procrastination can give us short-term relief but often leads to long-term negative consequences.
In this topic we will explore procrastination, encourage you to reflect on your own experiences of procrastination and suggest strategies for tackling it.
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Discovering healthier thinking
An audio guide introducing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy