• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: The Complete Step by Step Guide on Retraining Your Brain and Overcoming Depression, Anxiety and Phobias

  • By: Ryan James
  • Narrated by: Miguel Rodriguez
  • Length: 1 hr and 22 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 05-02-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ryan James
  • 4.2 (24 ratings)

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Series, Book 3

Are you constantly plagued by negative thoughts about yourself and others? Do you wish that you could finally be free of these issues, or at least learn how to manage them and live a more normal life? With our step-by-step guide to retrain your brain, you can learn to look at life with an entirely different perspective. There will be no more need to hide your feelings or escape your negative thoughts. Instead, you'll learn how to embrace your feelings to create a brighter tomorrow.

With these six steps, you will have a better understanding of why you feel as you do and can apply them to change your thought patterns.

  • Step 1: Understanding Your Depression, Anxiety, and Phobias
  • Step 2: Facing the Enemy
  • Step 3: Practicing a Step-by-Step Recovery
  • Step 4: Controlling Your Negative Self-Talk
  • Step 5: Rewriting the Outcome
  • Step 6: Creating Positive Associations

The first step to actively change your thought patterns starts now, with the purchase of this book. Not only will you learn a step-by-step approach to overcoming the negative triggers in your life, but you'll know when and how to apply specific strategies to create more positive experiences. You'll soon be looking at your behaviors and beliefs with a whole new perspective that will enable you to achieve your best.

Grab your copy and start experiencing the benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy today!

©2017 Ryan James (P)2017 Ryan James

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lifesaver

I have read all three of his books and they have been so beneficial to me I feel like I am getting my life back.

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easy to follow

After being in a rehabilitation program that focuses on CBT, this book is a great refresher to help after you leave. I had a more severe case of anxiety and depression which required a more inpatient program. After I left, I struggled to keep up with the daily activities that I needed to do. This book was great to help me keep on track. I highly recommend if you can't go to into a program but want to learn the same information

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practical book

What i loved about this book is how practical it is.
It clarified the theory they have for CBT! But at the same time gave very clear instructions on what one can do to APPLY this theory.
I read many books on CBT, and this was the best by far...
I would recommend you download the CBT application from the app. Store, its a GREAT tool to apply the thinking strategy of CBT in a structured way.

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excellent book

I work in the mental health field and have had training on CBT and seen the results of this type of therapy. I found the book to be very easy to understandable. If a person cannot (or will not) attend therapy in person this seems like the next best thing, especially if the depression and/or anxiety is not already too debilitating. Some people will need the professional help. If someone you love would benefit from CBT then you should have this book as well. You will be better able to support this person if you understand the process, and you may find that you yourself will benefit from the skills learned. This is a workbook with room for you to enter information and thoughts. This will allow you to see growth and change on your journey to “getting your life back”. I really enjoyed this book but that might be because I already know that it can be a success story

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nice book

This is nice and it helps sort out your feelings keeps you thinking and motivated to complete things and keeps me going in the direction I need to be in. Pacing yourself is key and the follow through on your part is as well. Good book if you can commit yourself to some self love

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great tool

Great tool for someone with anxiety such as myself. So far, I am noticing the negative thoughts that create my anxiety and am learning how to stop them in their tracks. Def would recommend to anyone currently struggling

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Not bad...

The information contained in this book provides high level techniques for dealing with anxiety/stress/depression. It's a decent first read, or place to start. However, if you are looking for more solid information, I wouldn't recommend this book for a more experienced reader on the subject.

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Great therapy.

Would you listen to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: The Complete Step by Step Guide on Retraining Your Brain and Overcoming Depression, Anxiety and Phobias again? Why?

This book is 1 hours 22 mins long so I listened to it for a couple of days. It talks about anxiety and depression and how to overcome those so it's definitely a great guide in CBT.

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If you suffer from anxiety and depression, this is one of the BEST resource to supplement your way to improve your mental state. Anxiety and depression tackles millions of people worldwide and this one tool can help you overcome and improve your mental health. I have been looking for such a book given the current situation that I'm going through it seems, it just the beginning as the we strive to make our company operations strong. The principles in this book will help me to know how to overcome stress and control it. Very useful book, I've found some very good tips in it. Strongly recommend to try it.

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Helpful Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Book.

I had the fundamental comprehension of CBT, This book gave the vital "preparing" that I expected to improve my insight into CBT. It is composed for a clinician, and gives the ideal adjust of hypothesis and practice, notwithstanding offering an exercise manual sort feel. Utilizing one customer's involvement all through the book was an awesome move. I delighted in perusing this book and utilize it as a source of perspective in my practice. Fantastic read. Pivotal insight. Recommend to all.

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Good self help book

Would you consider the audio edition of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: The Complete Step by Step Guide on Retraining Your Brain and Overcoming Depression, Anxiety and Phobias to be better than the print version?

Both are good.. i love to listen in audio version

What other book might you compare Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: The Complete Step by Step Guide on Retraining Your Brain and Overcoming Depression, Anxiety and Phobias to and why?

It clarified the theory they have for CBT! But at the same time gave very clear instructions on what one can do to APPLY this theory. So wonderful book

What about Miguel Rodriguez’s performance did you like?

loved the narrator! easy to listen and learn. slightly repetitive at times, overall a great read/listen!

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Excellent book! Can be used for your self or for patients and clients. Broken down into steps and is in understandable language for the lay person, yet suitable for the professional. Definitely a book to get and keep. A great resource for anyone who is interested in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Good advice for setting goals to change behaviors.<br/>