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Cognitive behavioral therapy is a form of therapy that is often the best form of treatment recommended for combating anxiety, worry, depression, and other related issues. In this audiobook, you learn a simplified approach to apply the therapy in life. If you have been looking for an audiobook that will provide you with an ultimate step-by-step solution to combat your depression, anxiety and fears, How to Combat Depression, Fear, Anxiety, and Worry is the audiobook you need to buy.

This book will help you master effective treatment methods that will benefit you in the long-run. Do you ever feel shy to socialize with others? Do you always feel incapable of completing your tasks? Has someone ever told you that you look insecure? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then perhaps you have an anxiety disorder. And if you are anxious most of the time, you are probably going to achieve very little in life. If all this sounds familiar and you are stressed of living a less-than-average life, worry no more because Cognitive Behavior Therapy: How to Combat Depression, Fear, Anxiety, and Worry will help you start your journey to recovery. 

Inside you are going to find:
 

  • Understanding depression, worry, fear, anxiety
  • What is depression, fear, worry, and anxiety
  • What are the causes of depression, fear, anxiety, and worry
  • The reasons why gum could be your new friend
  • How to design calming diets to help fight depression, fear, worry, and anxiety
  • Proven ways to help you get rid of everything right from simple bad habits that negatively affect your life
  • How does mindfulness help heal depression, worry, and anxiety
©2018 Chris S Jennings (P)2018 Chris S Jennings

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I really enjoyed the approach this book takes. Stress is a most irritating problem in human life. Everyone wants to get rid of it. All of them need a useful resource to understand the problem first and then take steps to solve it. I found this book useful so far. It helped me with its highly decorated contents.CBT is the most popular way nowadays. You can try it.

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Well done CBT explanations...

Great course! I love how he explains the CBT process and reinforces the ideas with various counseling sessions with clients. We get to follow these clients through their initial assessment and through their homework. This course is good for counselors as well as anyone who wants to learn the CBT model to help with life skills.

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Very thorough and evidence-based

This book has been very helpful in developing appropriate assessment and treatment of PTSD. The fact that it is evidence-based and made to suit individual needs is very helpful for clinicians. This book offers a functional approach to casework which is amenable to use by the busy clinician. Impressive.

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Worth it for the worksheets alone!

This book 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. Another nice feature is that you don't have to read the whole thing, after the first few chapters you can skip around and just read what's useful for you.

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Helpful, insightful read

As a professional counselor I enjoy reading books which reinforce what I use in my practice. I felt this book is also a good tool to use with clients as it presents cognitive behavioral therapy is laymens terms.

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Good self-help book.

I have periodically used this book in private practice over the years. It's a bit challenging for some client's to comprehend, but overall a good tool as an adjunct to therapy. I recommend that users have at least, high school reading and comprehension skills.

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I highly recommend for anyone interested in person

Very helpful book and it was delivered right away. If you just passively read the book, you will remember some of the active ways to lighten the load of depressive thoughts.

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Very interesting and informative too

This book is great! It is very helpful and provides a lot of information to help you help yourself when you need the help.

I would just like to say though, you have to do the work to get results. This is a workbook after all. There are charts you need to fill out, questions to answer, and you have to think. One thing I didn't like was that I had to think about things that didn't make me very happy. Sad things. I had to think through things to work out how to recover better and to be more happy.

This is a good book and it will help you feel better, but you'll have to do the work it asks of you.

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Great Resoure

Exactly what it says on the cover. The book has many exercises, self-test, and knowledge to actually make a difference in your struggle with depression. Very useful tool when working with clients with depression. Easy to use and easy to discuss with clients. I would also recommend the seller as well.

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Good Book By Good Author

If you are wanting to understand Cognitive Behavior Therapy, this is the book for you. It explains it well, and describes it in a way that you can apply it in your counseling. Judith Beck is certainly in a place to be an authority of CBT.