• Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Made Simple

  • Overcome Anger, Panic, Anxiety, Depression. How to Analyze People and More Information for Emotional Intelligence 2.0 Self-Discipline
  • By: Jonathan Lee
  • Narrated by: Jessica Andrews
  • Length: 4 hrs and 34 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (83 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), reduce stress and anxiety, overcome depression, and improve your life!

So what exactly is cognitive behavior therapy?

How does it work? 

When do you use it?

How would you know if that's the right treatment for you or for someone else?

CBT, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy made simple.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is based on the assumption that we can solve problems by treating the negative thoughts of the person, and by treating his behavior patterns(behavioral change). 

The goal of cognitive behavioral therapy is to track down the thoughts and behaviors which makes the person avoid or freeze in a state of anxiety, suffer from obsessions, and replace those thoughts and behaviors with healthy, productive actions. This will make the person thrive, and will drastically improve his anxiety feelings.

The focus of CBT is to address symptoms while they are present, and to learn skills and techniques that can be used in the ongoing improvement of mental health.

People suffering from the following problems could benefit greatly from treatment with CBT:

  • Anxiety and panic attacks
  • Child and adolescent problems
  • Chronic pain
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Phobias
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Problem gambling
  • Sleep problems
  • Addiction

Here's what you can find inside:

In this important audiobook, you will get a chance to apply cognitive behavior therapy for different goals.

  • Discover what are the symptoms of depression, or pre-symptoms, and how to cure them
  • Learn how you can help your friend or family with depression and regain their happiness
  • Reveal the secret hack to sleep better and cure insomnia
  • Expose the ultimate way to improve mood and reduce anxiety
  • Build a better relationship with yourself
  • Challenge unhelpful, intrusive thoughts 
  • Build a better relationship with yourself 
  • Break bad habits and enjoy life!
  • And much, much more!

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©2019 Jonathan Lee (P)2019 Jonathan Lee

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This audible is rousing and instructive.

This audible helps you to understand and take action when it comes to unwanted negative thoughts and feelings. I love the "Chapter Summary and Homework" sections because they turn each topic into steps you work on right away.

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An excellent way to assure this topic

I liked it. I have been going through CBT to deal with some anxiety and this gave me a greater understanding of why we do certain activities and exercises certain ways and it has helped me get the most of my sessions.

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I am very pleased listened to this audible

This audible is one that I would want all of my patients who benefit from CBT to have their copy of. The author did an excellent job of making CBT very user friendly for anyone who might be feeling too overwhelmed in the current moment of their lives to focus on less user friendly audible.

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Good book

Informative book on CBT but general overview rather than diving into specific tools/examples for the topics listed

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This audible listened to with Satisfactory

At the beginning of the audible, there is a quick start guide which includes quick questions so hear can determine whether this CBT audible can benefit them.

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A massive audible about this topic.

This audible does a great job explaining how CBT principles apply to common problems like procrastination and stress. It provides great worksheets and concrete plans for how to put the CBT skills into use, making it good for people with and without previous exposure to CBT.

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Endless bullet point list

Nobody has written this book, the author seems to have just compiled slides from lectures and put them together in no particular order. The outcome is an endless list of bullet points. It's hard to imagine how anybody could benefit from this, definitely not any patient. The narrator could not save this but she should not even have tried.

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Read by an AI translating poorly in real time

This book literally sounds like it is being read by an AI that is translating it from another language into English poorly as it reads.

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alot of useable information

alot of useable information, well read and layout
I was able to start to apply right away .

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This audible brought awesome achievements

This audible I needed to hear again as I went through a cognitive behavioral therapy class a year ago and I still have so much to learn and have forgotten since I had attended.

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  • 01-01-20

awful - painful to try and listen to.

Struggled to listen to poor wording , as if it has been translated using a poor translation programme. overuse of unnecessary 'utilising ' .