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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

How to Retrain Your Brain and Overcome Negative Thought Patterns
Narrated by: Russell Newton
Length: 1 hr and 6 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a version of psychotherapy which aims to alter negative thought patterns for the better, and the following book will discuss a wide variety of ways to do just that.

First, you will learn all about cognitive behavioral therapy and the many ways it can benefit those who are in your situation. Then, you will learn about how your habits can affect your thoughts and what you can do to form more productive ones that mitigate, instead of exacerbating the issue. Next, you will learn the different techniques that you can apply to change your life. You will learn how to take full control of your fears, enjoying the power of self-talk and the CBT dissonance. 

Download to get a better understanding of the different areas explained in this book. With that said, let’s get started. I hope you enjoy it!

Here is a preview of what you'll learn:

  • Demystify CBT
  • The four stages to retrain your brain
  • Who benefits from CBT 
  • Techniques to combat negative thought patterns
  • Exercising your thoughts
  • Embrace positive self-talk
  • The dissonance effect
  • And much, much more

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Better for therapists...

Good book on what CBT is and how it can help... but not really the “self help” book I was looking for

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  • Nina
  • 10-04-18

Doesn’t teach how to do it

It’s not in depth enough to teach how to do it, it’s more about the CBT and what it is.