Cognitive Model for Depression – FREE CBT
In today’s post we’ll discuss the Cognitive Model for Depression. In order to begin making changes to your mental health or mental health challenges, you want to try to understand what’s going on. We’ll take a look at the patterns and work to understand what’s perpetuating the mental health challenge. This is the third in a series of FREE CBT vlogs we will be publishing, to help you with some self-help Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
These videos are meant to be self-help style videos. If you feel unsafe, I recommend you call 911 or go to an emergency room. If you’re feeling overwhelming emotions but you’re still feeling safe, it may be time to call a therapist to get some help with that. These videos are designed for you to be able to do on your own, in situations that are less intense.
We recently shared several posts about the Cognitive Model in general, and today’s video will get more specific by zoning in on depression:
The Cognitive Model for Depression – FREE CBT
Applying the Cognitive Model of Depression
In the video above, we take a look at the Depression and how we can use the Cognitive Model to analyze the thoughts, feelings, and behaviours that can come with it.
FREE CBT Handout: Cognitive Model for Depression
We also have a FREE Handout available for download about the Cognitive Model for Depression. It comes with an example as well as a worksheet for you to fill out with your own specific experiences.
You can find more free Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) handouts on our Free CBT Resources page.
*This video is part of a FREE CBT Resources Series on our YouTube channel
and one of many video blogs on our website!*