Locus of Control and Anxiety Worksheet

What are the theories behind this worksheet?

This worksheet is based on Julian B. Rotter’s Locus of Control theory and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). According to the theory, people prefer to ascribe the outcomes of events to either internal variables like their own talents or actions (internal locus of control) or external elements like fate or chance (external locus of control). 

The worksheet incorporates tactics for challenging negative ideas, setting realistic objectives, and changing anxiety-related behaviors.

How will this worksheet help you?

The worksheet aims to offer users an organized and concrete approach to recognizing and controlling their locus of control. Users can acquire a beneficial understanding of their personal belief systems and their influence on anxiety levels by analyzing and classifying their locus of control in many life domains. 

How should you use this worksheet?

Frequent visits provide continuous progress tracking and strategy modification for improved internal locus of control and decreased anxiety. Users should implement this worksheet in their daily life.

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