Behavior self-monitoring worksheet/checklist

What is the theory behind this worksheet?

Self-monitoring is a behavioral management technique in which a person keeps a record of his activities. The theories behind this worksheet align with the principles of “behavioral theories” and “CBT- emphasizing the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. In the context of this worksheet cbt would track one’s behavior, and the associated thoughts and emotions and implement strategies for change”.

Therapies may include;

  • Self-monitoring- serves as a practical tool for self-monitoring personal experiences. Promotes a comprehensive and balanced approach to exploring and understanding personal experiences.
  • CBT- addresses the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. This worksheet may incorporate modification of behaviors by exploring different elements of individuals.
  • Behavioral interventions- allowing individuals to track and analyze their behaviors in a structured manner.

How will this worksheet help you?    

The aim of this worksheet is to 

  • Self-awareness
  • Facilitating Informed behavioral change 
  • Track one’s behaviors

How should you use this worksheet?

Individuals or therapists can use this worksheet as it is a practical tool to track one’s behaviors and the associated thoughts and emotions and implement strategies for change.

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