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... To me next to doing the TEA form exercise the counter is probably my favorite exercise in CBT. Outside the context of CBT this may not sound clear but I'll give it a try.... There are actually two different exercises you can do with it that are actually opposites. ... (4 replies)
... I'm a huge proponent of CBT as it gave me my life back after being on meds and in and out of therapy for years. ... (12 replies)
... What is TEA form exercise and CBT (0 replies)

... and the wrist counter. There is not a lot "talk" involved in CBT like other therapies just teaching you tools to help yourself based on the exercises I mentioned here. ... (19 replies)
... I still use the TEA form a few times a week whether I feel the need to or not, just to keep the skill current and on days I find myself a little down I use the counter exercise. ... (6 replies)
... Cbt or cognitive training is great if you are willing to do the exercises like the thought countering tea form exercise. I would recommend cbt to anyone who wants to get better and is willing to put some work into themselves and the exercises. ... (30 replies)
... ink more accurately and eliminate the underlying causes of the anxiety. At first you will think it is too simplistic to work but if you do the thought countering TEA form exercise daily you will be amazed by how quickly they begin to start to give you relief often in a matter of a few weeks. ... (4 replies)
... The TEA form is a thought countering exercise used in CBT. All you need to do it are a piece of paper and a pen. ... (17 replies)
Anxiety...
Apr 5, 2004
... Don't feel bad for not knowing as I was busy seeking help and taking meds for years before I accidentally discovered CBT. CBT is not like other talk therapy. ... (18 replies)
... Hi Beebs- Nobody thinks CBT will work when they first learn about :rolleyes: I certainly didn't and struggled with it in the begining but once I started to get it, it eventually changed my life. It seems too simple and corny but you really do get out of it what you put into it. I still do the TEA form exercise a few times a week (in addition to whenever I feel stressed about... (16 replies)
... ng your problems and then giving you the tools to counter those thoughts and replace them with more accurate and less upsetting thoughts. My favorite tool is the TEA form which you use to help catch your negative thoughts and refute them. Many of these thoughts are automatic and we are not even aware we are having them! ... (55 replies)
... success rate, but it all depends on how much time you spend working on the tools. I still do the TEA form exercise several times a week to this day and review the Obitz and Burns books as a refresher fairly regularly. ... (17 replies)
I give up
Oct 14, 2009
... of our energy learning how better to deal with things. I think any kind of therapist would be a help to you at this point, but I would try and find one who uses cbt if you can. ... (15 replies)
... learning to counter my thoughts in a TEA form which is a simple exercise they do in cognitive therapy aka CBT. ... (7 replies)
... I have been med free for six months since going through a cbt group. I highly recommend cbt and the tea form exercise. It's surprisingly simple yet useful. ... (15 replies)
... ing else I have tried and I went through a lot of different meds and therapies in the past. I am med free and feeling good these days but you need to work at the cbt exercises to get them to become ingrained. I still do the tea form exercise almost daily to keep in practise. Best of luck to your husband. ... (9 replies)
... You can get either in pill or tea form. The tea is especially relaxing. ... (5 replies)
... This is exactly what I have learned. It is hard to change the way you think at first but it does get easier and the tea form exercise I learned in cbt is what got me over the hump in changing my thoughts and I do the exercise almost everyday to keep from falling back into my old worrying ways. ... (9 replies)
... thing too vigurous you may really really not want to but just do it even if its ten minutes brisk walk do it just to get the heart rate up. Dont go over the top. exercise releases endorphins which make you feel better. ... (7 replies)
... I'm using the TEA form exercise from cbt and it is helping me quite a bit. ... (7 replies)




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