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If my husband doesnt do what i want him to do i am

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“If my husband doesn’t do what I want him to do, I am not in control/he doesn’t love me” Compensatory Strategy(ies) Anger outbursts, place blame on others, and avoid immediate expression of feelings to husband Situation 1 Daughter hides in closet, which causes them to be late to school Situation 2 Daughter refuses to go to bed Situation 3 Husband spends night playing with model trains Automatic Thought “She’s a self-centered brat, she runs this house, and she doesn’t care about what I’m going through” Automatic Thought “She’s becoming a tyrant, she runs this house, and she doesn’t care about what I need” Automatic Thought “I might as well not be married, he deliberately leaves me with all the work, and he doesn’t care about me” Meaning of Thought “I am not in control” “I am unlovable” Meaning of Thought “I am not in control” “I am unlovable” Meaning of Thought “I am not in control” “I am unlovable” Emotion(s) Angry Worried Emotion(s) Angry Feeling “on edge” Emotion(s) Angry Resentful Behavior(s) Yelled at daughter Behavior(s) Yelled at daughter Behavior(s) Yelled at husband Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Plan
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Client Name : Ms. Date : Identifying Information : middle-aged female, married with two children Treatment Goals Reduce physical symptoms of anxiety and depression (measured via BAI & BDI) Reduce anger outbursts (measured via personal report) Improve ability to effectively communicate thoughts/feelings (measured via personal report and positive data log) Reduce negative automatic thoughts (measured via daily thought record) Modify core beliefs of need for control (measured via core belief worksheet) Acquire relapse prevention skills (measured directly) Treatment Modality Initial individual cognitive-behavioral therapy Followed by family therapy Treatment Frequency Initial weekly individual cognitive-behavioral therapy Followed by weekly family therapy Treatment Duration Initial 10-12 sessions of individual cognitive-behavioral therapy Followed by 3-5 sessions of family therapy Treatment Interventions 1. Assessment Administer cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal assessments including the Leahy Anxiety Checklist for Patients
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