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My Biggest Worry Worksheet

My Biggest Worry Worksheet


Worksheet in which children should think about what their biggest worry is and then what that worry looks like in their head. They should then think about their worst fear of how this could end and then the reality of how it would be most likely to end.


Why do you need this?

The worksheet helps children identify and articulate their worries, which is the first step in learning to manage and cope with them effectively. By acknowledging their concerns, children can begin to develop strategies for regulating their emotions and reducing anxiety.


Engaging in the exercise encourages children to recognize the thoughts and images associated with their worries, increasing their cognitive awareness of how their minds process fear-inducing scenarios. This awareness can empower them to challenge negative thinking patterns and develop more balanced perspectives.


How and when might you use this?

This worksheet can be used in a variety of ways:

· During counselling sessions this worksheet can be used to facilitate discussions with students who may be experiencing anxiety or stress.

· Small group activities to promote peer interaction and mutual support for those suffering with anxiety or worries.

· PSHE lessons focused on emotional awareness and self-reflection.

· As part of a mental health curriculum the worksheet can be used to teach children about the nature of worries and fears, as well as strategies for managing them effectively.

· This worksheet can be used as a means for providing follow up support to monitor progress, reinforce coping strategies and address ongoing concerns.

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