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Intrusive Thoughts Brain Metaphor

Intrusive thoughts feature in a variety of different problems including anxiety and OCD. People often interpret intrusive cognitions in negative ways. The Intrusive thoughts brain metaphor is a conversational metaphor explaining intrusive thoughts in terms of the 'judging brain' and the 'fear brain'.

This worksheet was submitted by Kieran Fleck

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