If you're seeking a creative and professional resource that explains the origins of social anxiety and common perpetuating factors that maintain it, then this is the tool for you. Utilising concepts derived from a cognitive behavioural therapy framework, this innovative and colourful set of cue cards introduces theoretical concepts regarding the development, maintenance and treatment of Social Anxiety Disorder in a fun, creative, engaging way. Let our vibrant visuals transform the way you introduce psychological ideas. Increase client engagement with colourful illustrations that describe difficult concepts.
The cards in this set outline (36 A5 Cue Cards):
- The CBT Conceptualisation of SAD
- Cognitive constructs found in SAD:
- Perception of Social Danger
- Excessive Internal Focus
- Safety Strategies and Avoidance
- Common perpetuating factors including:
- Anticipatory Anxiety Prior to Social Event
- Catastrophising about embarrassment and humiliation
- Using a Mental Filter to scan for social threat (biased processing)
- Intolerance of disapproval
- The belief that anxiety is terrible
- The belief that all people judge
- Strict rules about how performance should be (e.g. perfect)
- Underestimating ability to cope
- Different types of safety strategies and the impact on anxiety
- Biased post event evaluation processing
- Exercises for cognitive restructuring, Behavioural Experiments and more…
This deck includes 10 Worksheets that outline empirically validated interventions to treat Social Anxiety Disorder.
Available in an Online Version very soon!