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CBT and tea form?
Jun 14, 2007
... xiety. GREAT! LOL Don't know if that's what is causing this resurgence of symptoms. A have had a lifelong fear of death, so this adds to the panics. What is this cbt and tea form I see people mentioning. Does it really help. I don't want to feel this way the rest of my life. I can't afford a psychiatrist. Help please? ... (0 replies)
... Hi Abby- I'm glad you got your copy of the Obitz book and enjoyed it :) Get familiar with the thinking errors you make and start trying to catch all those thoughts that are getting in your way (this can be difficult at first but you'll get good at it). The sooner you start using the TEA form the better :angel: There definitely was an emphasis on dysfunctional pasts in the... (9 replies)
... What is the TEA form ? ... (14 replies)

... is all about learning to use the tools in CBT which teach you to think more clearly and accurately about things and once you do your stress will decrease and you will become more productive. ... (12 replies)
Chronic worry
Mar 16, 2004
... I was in therapy and on meds for over ten years trying to solve the problem and it was not until I accidentally discovered CBT that I was able to learn the tools I needed to stop worrying all the time. ... (9 replies)
... I was on meds for many years before I found CBT and it cured me and got me off meds in a remarkably short period of time. ... (9 replies)
... and accurately about things and once you do your stress, panic, anxiety and depression will decrease and you will become more productive. My favorite tool is the TEA form which you use to help catch your negative thoughts and refute them. ... (23 replies)
... Light definitely give hypno and CBT a try. Cbt has been what helped me and the TEA form exercise really works and retrains your brain to keep from having future anxiety. Let me know how you are doing and if you have any questions. ... (23 replies)
... I just wanted to clarify that there is a big difference between CBT and positive thoughts. CBT teaches you tools to think objectively not positively. ... (14 replies)
... As for your other question... I would just say keep practicing the tools like the TEA form and the positive counter exercise etc. ... (14 replies)
... D We just started using the counter on what we are doing and it already has been effective lifting my mood. The TEA form is getting easier to do and I'm feeling more and more comfortible with it also. ... (17 replies)
... Answer form used in CBT to counter your inaccurate or automatic thoughts. ... (14 replies)
Panic Disorder
Nov 6, 2009
... Looks like several more people have come by and added advice that is solid. Have you looked into or given cbt a try yet? ... (5 replies)
... Great job, you sounbd like wonderful friend. But what she really needs to learn are the cbt exercises like the tea form where she can counter her thoughts that are causing the panic cycle that leads to panic attacks. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Immortal19, you may want to go over to the depression board and post some of your tea form stuff under the subject billy7772 mentioned, cbt exercises for Obitz and Burns readers or something like that? ... (10 replies)
... I am spending most of my time here on the depression board helping people with the TEA form under the topic Index.html started over there. ... (10 replies)
Linden Method
Feb 26, 2004
... you get the Burns book as it has so much info in it that it often overwhelms people so I always wait to recommend it to people until they have been introduced to CBT and are having some success with it. ... (13 replies)

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