What To Do When You Are Worrying Too Much Worksheet
What is the theory behind What to do when you are worrying too much worksheet?
Worrying excessively has a negative impact on our mental well-being and overall health. According to Beck, there are two types of worries, namely, Type 1 and type 2 worry. Type 1 refers to worries related to different life aspects. Type 2 worry refers to worry about worrying itself. These two types of worries indicate that excessive worrying is likely to contribute to spiraling and therefore, needs to be addressed.
How will this worksheet help?
The aim of the “what to do when you are worrying too much worksheet” is to help clients adopt adaptive coping strategies to deal with day-to-day life stressors. Moreover, they will be able to recognize the impact of these worries on their feelings, and cognitions. Lastly, it will help clients come up with practical solutions to deal with life worries.
How to use this worksheet?
This worksheet can be completed by the clients in the therapist’s office or can be given as a homework assignment. Clients can be given this worksheet in hard copy. Then can begin by writing their most significant worries, the associated thoughts and feelings with those worries, and practical solutions to deal with them
You can download this worksheet here.