Click to download: CBT Behavioural Experiment Worksheet

How Breathing Affects Feelings

Description of the causes and consequences of hyperventilation, and a calm diaphragmatic breathing exercise

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Progressive muscle relaxation patient handout PDF Download from the Centre for Clinical Interventions (Australia) (0.1 MB)

Progressive muscle relaxation instructions PDF Download from UNSW

Controlled abdominal breathing instructions PDF Download from UNSW

Calming breathing patient handout PDF Download from the Centre for Clinical Interventions (Australia) (0.1 MB)

Relaxation handout Download from PDF PDF (0.1MB)

Relaxation script Download from PDF PDF (0.1MB)

Relaxation script deep muscle relaxation Download from DOC DOC (0.1MB)

Relaxation instructions from  Western Washington University


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