Self-blame worksheet

What is the theory behind this worksheet?

Self-blame is a cognitive process in which an individual attributes the occurrence of a stressful event to oneself. Some underlying principles that may draw from theories of “CBT- address the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. This worksheet may incorporate cognitive restructuring to challenge and modify automatic negative thoughts to promote changes in emotional responses and behaviors”.

Therapies may include:

  • CBT– helps individuals recognize and reframe self-blaming thoughts.
  • Mindfulness and Awareness– encourages mindfulness and awareness of self by exploring the deeper layers of personal experiences.

How will this worksheet help you?

This worksheet is designed to guide

  • Self-reflection-helping them become aware of self-blaming thoughts
  • Challenge validity and develop healthier perspectives. 
  • Promote self-compassionate and adaptive responses to challenging situations. 

How should you use this worksheet?

Individuals can use this worksheet as a practical tool to explore and implement healthier choices to promote overall well-being.

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