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(p. 39) Session 3: How Activities Relate to Mood and Thoughts 

(p. 39) Session 3: How Activities Relate to Mood and Thoughts
(p. 39) Session 3: How Activities Relate to Mood and Thoughts

Kelly J. Rohan

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date: 23 October 2020

Chapter 5 discusses the third group session on how activities relate to mood and thoughts. Pleasant activities and mechanism by which they relate to mood and thoughts are outlined. Techniques for reversing the depressed mood-activity level cycle, changing thoughts to increase activity level, and using positive self-statements and pleasant activities to modify mood and thought patterns are also included.

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