Feeling tense, stressed, and worried at certain times when under pressure is a normal human response. Everybody feels anxious from time to time. Anxiety becomes a problem when it is intense and prolonged, and when it starts to get in the way of day-to-day functioning. Below you can find some general information sheets and worksheets for dealing with anxiety.
What is Anxiety?
The Vicious Cycle of Anxiety
Analysing Your Thinking
Unhelpful Thinking Styles
What are Safety Behaviours?
Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Stress and Anxiety
Coping with Stress
Anxiety and Exercise
What is Needle Phobia?
Overcoming Needle Phobia
CBT for Anxiety
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Anxiety Symptoms Record
Breathing Rate Record
Situational Exposure Diary
Making the Connection (between thoughts and feelings)
Thought Diary 1 (ABC worksheet, excludes unhelpful thinking styles)
Thought Diary 2 (ABCD worksheet, includes unhelpful thinking styles)
Thought Diary 3 (Complete ABCDE: balanced thought)
Thought Diary (Tri-fold)This information sheet provides a brief overview of unhelpful thinking styles. For information sheets providing details on individual unhelpful thinking styles, refer to the Unhelpful Thinking Styles section in resources for clinicians.
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