"Pie Chart Worksheet With Examples: Responsibility and Health Anxiety"

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Responsibility Pie Chart
1.
Identify the area in which the patient’s sense of responsibility seems distorted
I am responsible for his death because I chose where we would go on holiday
2.
Rate the strength of the belief
99%
3.
Have the patient make a list of all the possible causes for the item, however
unlikely the ideas may initially seem
I chose where we went on holiday
e equipment was faulty and n set up properly
e weather wasn’t good that day
He had an underlying medical conditons that we hadn’t known about
Medical services took a long time to a ive
I wasn’t with him, maybe I could have helped
One the list is finished divide the pie chart up into percentages starting at
4.
the bottom of the list
5.
Re-rate the belief
e weather wasn’t
60%
good that day
Medical services took a long
time to a ive
I chose where we
went on holiday
I wasn’t with him,
maybe I could have
helped
He had an underlying
medical condition
that we hadn’t known
about
e equipment was faulty
and n set up properly
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Technique adapted from: Greenberger & Padesky (1994). Mind over mood. Guilford Press
Health Anxiety Pie Chart
1.
Identify the distorted belief
I am dizzy, therefore something is seriously physically wrong with me
2.
Rate the strength of the belief
90%
3.
Have the patient make a list of all the possible causes of the dizziness
A tumour
Something wrong with my ears
I haven’t eaten anything today
I stood up too quickly
I haven’t drunk enough water
It’s h in this room
4.
One the list is finished divide the pie chart up into percentages starting at
the bottom of the list
5.
Re-rate the belief
50%
I haven’t eaten anything today
Something wrong with my ears
I stood up too quickly
A tumour
It’s h in this room
I haven’t drunk enough water
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