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Behavioural Experiments

In this video, we talk to you about how to do behavioural experiments which are one of the most effective methods to bring about positive change. In a behavioural experiment you put your beliefs to the test. This can be very helpful because faulty beliefs are often at the root of people’s emotional problems, such as depression and anxiety.

For example, if you think that everyone will laugh at you if you speak in public you will most likely feel very anxious at the thought speaking in public or most likely do all you can to avoid it. In this video, we discuss more examples of beliefs causing emotional problems and the actions we can take to help prevent these feelings.

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