OCD typical triggers worksheet

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The first step to developing an Exposure Response Prevention plan for OCD is to generate a list of the situations and thoughts which trigger avoidance or other OCD behaviours, and then to order them from most anxiety provoking to least anxiety provoking. This worksheet assists the client to develop such a list, and to identify their associated thoughts and behaviours, and the degree of distress experienced.

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    APS Member Resources Team
  • Publish date
    28 Oct 2013
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