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Roots of Automatic Thinking

Roots of Automatic Thinking


Automatic thoughts are the fleeting, often unconscious, and reflexive patterns of thinking that emerge in our minds in response to various situations. They are immediate, habitual, and involuntary - which can make them feel distressing when they turn negative. The experiences we have in our early lives influence our thinking later in life. Positive and nurturing early experiences foster healthy thinking patterns. Conversely, negative or traumatic early experiences can have detrimental effects on our thinking patterns. The beliefs that are at the root of our negative thinking patterns are developed to better understand the world around us, and explain often difficult-to-manage circumstances. The 'Roots of Automatic Negative Thinking' worksheet bundle helps to better understand these beliefs. 



8.5 x 11 inches



  • 1 PDF File 
  • 6 Pages


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