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Forms and Worksheets
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David H. Barlow

and Michelle G. Craske

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date: 20 May 2022

Self-AssessmentPDF

Form 2.1: Your Panic Attack RecordPDF

Box 2.1. Jill’s Panic Attack Record (1)PDF

Box 2.2. Jill’s Panic Attack Record (2)PDF

Form 2.2: Your Daily Mood RecordPDF

Box 2.3. Jill’s Daily Mood RecordPDF

Form 2.3: Your Progress RecordPDF

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Form 3.1: Components of PanicPDF

Form 3.2: Components of AnxietyPDF

Form 3.3: Step-by-Step Analysis of Panic AttackPDF

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Form 5.1 Typical Agoraphobia SituationsPDF

Form 5.2: Your Agoraphobia HierarchyPDF

Box 5.1. Example of a Completed Your Agoraphobia HierarchyPDF

Form 5.3: Your Superstitious Objects and Safety SignalsPDF

Form 5.4: Your Safety Behaviors and DistractionsPDF

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Form 6.1: Your Breathing Skills RecordPDF

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Form 7.1: Your Negative ThoughtsPDF

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Form 7.2: Changing Your OddsPDF

Form 7.3: Changing Your PerspectivePDF

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Form 8.1: Your Symptom AssessmentPDF

Form 8.2: Facing Your SymptomsPDF

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Form 8.3: Your Activities HierarchyPDF

Form 8.4: Facing Your ActivitiesPDF

Box 8.1. Example of Part of a Completed Facing Your Activities Form (1)PDF

Box 8.2. Example of Part of a Completed Facing Your Activities Form (2)PDF

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Box 9.1. Example of Part of a Completed Facing Your Agoraphobia Situations FormPDF

Box 9.2. Example of Part of a Completed Facing Your Agoraphobia Situations Form, Using Thinking SkillsPDF

Form 9.1 Facing Your Agoraphobia SituationsPDF

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Form 9.2 Facing Your Symptoms and Agoraphobia SituationsPDF

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Form 12.1: Your Progress EvaluationPDF

Form 12.2: Your Practice PlanPDF

Box 12.1. Example of a Completed Your Practice PlanPDF

Form 12.3: Your Long-Term GoalsPDF

Box 12.2. Example of a Completed Your Long-Term Goals FormPDF