Social Anxiety Worksheet for Adults

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Social anxiety characterizes incomprehensible fear about facing people, joining gatherings, or social interactions. Adults experiencing social anxiety are reluctant to attend social situations because of the negative thought processing concerning evaluation, the judgment of others, their criticism, or rejection. They have a lot of apprehensions regarding unfamiliar situations or gatherings. Further, they feel they would do something embarrassing, awkward, or humiliating in front of others. If this condition persists for some time with a certain level of severity, it might revert to the diagnosis of social anxiety disorder. 

What Are the Theories Behind This Worksheet?

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has established a sound treatment strategy for social anxiety. It targets faulty thought processing having negative potential by replacing negative thoughts, which can trigger emotional states with positive or realistic ones to manage problematic behaviors like avoidance or isolation. 

How Will This Worksheet Help you?

This worksheet will help adults who experience social anxiety to practice positive thought processing that will result in positive emotions to manage anxious behavior with a productive one. 

How Should You Use This Worksheet?

This worksheet is helpful for adults who are socially anxious or awkward or for the practitioners to help adults with such problems. It will guide them to practice CBT to manage the problem, particularly altering their negative approach towards life or others to a positive one for addressing the associated behavior. 

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