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If you are tackling a mental health problem, then you understand how difficult it can be to break free of the habits in which it traps you. Luckily, cognitive behavioral therapy and its related forms of therapy provide plenty of ways to do just that, regardless of what type of issues you may be dealing with in the moment.
What’s more, plenty of its techniques can be practiced without the help of a therapist and without diminishing the techniques’ returns.
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Here is a preview of what you'll learn:
- What is CBT?
- Stages of CBT
- Face your enemy
- Challenge your thoughts and anxiety
- Things you can do today
- Get to control your negative self-talk
- More techniques on distress tolerance
- And much, much more
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- Amazon Customer
Do not waste you time
This book is so simplistic it is patronising . I was looking for help . One technique for dealing with distress would be to encourage yourself, or take a holiday, or go to the movies, Really!!!! Usual bla bla bla loads of padding and virtually no help. Just don't ! ( I have never written a review but I was so incensed I has to write )
- Anonymous User
Useful yet problematic
While well intentioned with some good suggestions, this book has it's own problems. I found the narration style had a 'sales-like' tone. I felt like I was listening to an infommercial voiceover rather than a compassionate and empathetic voice. Chapter 11 mentions Spiritually, God and prayers as DBT suggestions. While belief in God or prayers may bring some people comfort, I don't see how it belongs in this book. Belief in prayers to solve problems have no evidence in fact.