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Borderline Personality Impulse Control with Schema Therapy
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Section 14
Appendix: Reproducible Client Worksheets

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Reaction Analysis

Play CD track 2 for more information on this technique.
Client answers the following questions to better understand their maladaptive schemas:

  1. Ask yourself if there was your reaction beneficial to facilitate your meeting your goal of for example, maintaining your job.  Did the resulting interaction work out well, or did your thoughts, intense feelings, or reactions leave you feeling upset?
  2. Each schema has unique triggers, so the situation that sets you off is another clue to which schema might be involved.  What was your trigger? 
  3. Each schema has its own distinctive emotional flavor. You can identify whatever schema may be at play by identifying your visceral reactions.  What were your feelings?
  4. What did you do?

“Changing the Emotion”

Play CD track 3 for more information on this technique.
Client evaluates emotions that are at the core of a specific feeling.  These feelings include:

  1. Anger
  2. Sadness
  3. fear
  4. regret
  5. frustration
  6. disappointment
  7. worry
  8. embarrassment
  9. jealousy
  10. hurtfulness
  11. shamefulness

“Feelings Block”

Play CD track 5 for more information on this technique.
Client recalls a time they felt the initial emotion and analyzes the underlying general feeling:

Initial Emotion  Underlying General Feeling
1. Blame Betrayed
2. Depression Abandoned
3. Anxiety Uncertain
4. Indifference Powerless
5. Judgment Dissatisfied
6. Indecision Discouraged
7. Procrastination Helpless
8. Perfectionism Inadequate
9. Resentment Deprived
10. Self-pity Excluded
11. Confusion Hopeless
12. Guilt  Unworthiness

Recollection

Play CD track 6 for more information on this technique.
Client analyzes the emotions tied to the following situations:

  1. Recall a time when you felt betrayed in some way.
  2. Recall a time when you felt abandoned in some way.
  3. Recall a time when you felt uncertain in some way.
  4. Recall a time when you felt powerless in some way.
  5. Recall a time when you felt dissatisfied in some way.
  6. Recall a time when you felt discouraged in some way.
  1. Recall a time when you felt helpless in some way.
  2. Recall a time when you felt inadequate in some way.
  3. Recall a time when you felt deprived in some way.
  4. Recall a time when you felt excluded in some way.
  5. Recall a time when you felt hopeless in some way
  6. Recall a time when you felt unworthy in some way.

 

 
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