Would you like to learn a simple and highly-effective technique that will help you improve your overall wellbeing? Are you suffering from anxiety, depression, addiction or another psychological condition and you'd like to overcome the condition safely and without medication?
Would you like to know exactly how you can manage and overcome psychological conditions such as anxiety, depression and addiction, naturally, and safely in order to regain full-control of your life and enjoy more happiness?
Or are you simply looking for a highly-effective technique to improve your overall quality of life?
If so, this book will provide you with the answers you've been looking for!
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an empowering form of psychotherapy where patients identify negative thoughts and harmful behavioral patterns, and then learn how to respond positively to their problems, ultimately breaking free from the vicious cycle that is causing their suffering without the need for medication or other drugs.
These techniques are applicable to a whole host of psychological disorders, including but not limited to anxiety, clinical depression, sleep disorders, sexual disorders, phobias, alcoholism, eating disorders, substance abuse and dependency, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and schizophrenia.
What's more, CBT is also a useful tool that can help anyone better manage the emotional challenges caused by various life situations. This guide cuts right to the chase by introducing the core principles of CBT in easy to understand, jargon-free language, with detailed examples and exercises to help you follow along.
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I'm a therapist and use CBT on a daily basis. I always look to refresh my learning and sometimes like to go back to review the basics. I was able to listen to this for free with a promotional offer and did not expect much, but I really enjoyed how practical and to the point this short book is. Definitely worth it.
iv listened to this once and will be listening again to work on chapters. good book
Narrator voice bad and disinterested. sounded drab and not motivating at all. Do not recommend!
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