Identifying and Changing Your Stinking Thinking
Part of our comprehensive workbook series, we offer cognitive restructuring-based materials on identifying and addressing specific areas of "stinking thinking" (cognitive distortions). These materials are particularly useful in the middle stages of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and personal change programs. This element is most useful in behavioral health programs which use the TP resources in this catalogue.
These materials can be used in whole or in part to create a customized age- and gender-specific treatment program.
|ST1||Downers: stinking thinking and low self-esteem||51 separate "stinking thinking" issues are addressed in this series, using worksheets for cognitive restructuring. Each lesson provides examples of this form of cognitive distortion, asks participants to examine their own thinking, then guides the examination — including consequences. Worksheets guide the development of new ways of thinking and responding. Counselors are provided tools to help select appropriate lessons for use with individual or groups. Major topic areas include criminal thinking, negativity, manipulation of others, and issues which emerge in recovery programs and groups.||51|
|ST2||Stinking thinking and other people (controlling, anger, and dishonesty)|
|ST3||Stinking Thinkingand people in recovery|
|ST6||Stinking Thinking and Gang Activity (#6)|
|ST4||Review||Reviews ST1, ST2, ST3||2|
|ST5||Positive Self-Talk: Replacing Negativity With Positive Thinking||Practical workbook for addressing negative thinking.||6 to 9|