This lesson is about identifying inaccurate thought patterns. This lesson introduces the ideas of inaccurate thinking, unhelpful thinking and cognitive distortions.
Accurate Thinking Plan
This will help you and your students to create a reference sheet to identify and encourage accurate thinking. It poses simple questions to get students thinking about the work they have done and how they can use Thinking Cards techniques to help improve mental wellbeing.
Unelpful ThinkingCards A3 Poster
A3 poster of 'unhelpful' ThinkingCards for you to cut out and use as a learning tool.
Lesson 2 - Accurate & Positive Thinking
This lesson introduces the ideas of accurate and positive thinking as ways of improving mental wellbeing. Students will learn to identify examples of positive thinking and create an accurate thinking plan.
Using ThinkingCards in a
One-to-One Mentoring Session
This resource is an article written by Neel Burton M.D about some common unhelpful thought patterns experienced by those suffering from depression. Burton gives very helpful examples on how to challenge some of these unhelpful thought patterns.