Cognitive Fusion Questionnaire (CFQ)


Cognitive Fusion Questionnaire (CFQ)

1. My thoughts cause me distress or emotional pain

2. I get so caught up in my thoughts that I am unable to do the things that I most want to do

3. I over-analyse situations to the point where it’s unhelpful to me

4. I struggle with my thoughts

5. I get upset with myself for having certain thoughts

6. I tend to get very entangled in my thoughts

7. It’s such a struggle to let go of upsetting thoughts even when I know that letting go would be helpful

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The Cognitive Fusion Questionnaire is a quick self-report assessment of cognitive fusion.

More about cognitive fusion: What is cognitive fusion in ACT?

Authors: David Gillanders, University of Edinburgh, Helen Bolderston, Southampton University & Frank Bond, University of London, Goldsmiths

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