Explaining How Thoughts Create Feelings

Explaining how thoughts create feelings "pops open the hood" of the mental health "engine" to increase resilience.

Explaining how thoughts create feelings is an important technique in bringing the client into the CBT module and is a powerful psychoeducation tool. By “popping open the hood” of the mental health “engine” you can increase your client’s resilience to his pain and give him the space to begin to question his emotional responses without being sucked into them.

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