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(p. 95) Session 8: Thinking, Feeling, and Acting 

(p. 95) Session 8: Thinking, Feeling, and Acting
(p. 95) Session 8: Thinking, Feeling, and Acting

Susan E. Sprich

, and Steven A. Safren

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date: 17 April 2021

This chapter provides information about the cognitive component of the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Model of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The identification of automatic thoughts and the relationship between thoughts, behaviors, and feelings is outlined. Information about various types of thinking errors/thinking traps is provided as well as instructions about how to begin to self-monitor thoughts and identify different types of thinking errors/thinking traps using a thought record.

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