Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: The Complete Step by Step Guide on Retraining Your Brain and Overcoming Depression, Anxiety and Phobias
- Narrated by: Miguel Rodriguez
- Length: 1 hr and 22 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-05-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Ryan James
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!
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Oldtimer on 10-10-17
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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By Andrea on 14-09-17
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