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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

The Complete Psychologist’s Guide to Rewiring Your Brain - Overcome Anxiety, Depression and Phobias Using Highly Effective Psychological Techniques
Narrated by: Sam Slydell
Length: 1 hr and 33 mins
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Summary

Rewire your brain and overcome depression, anxiety, and phobias!

For anyone who feels like he or she tends to act impulsively, for those who may struggle with a constant barrage of negative thoughts, and for those who may be fighting with managing their emotions, this audiobook might be what you need. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a highly effective psychosocial intervention method that can change the way we look at our behavior.

Based on the concept that we do not respond to events that happen in our lives but instead respond to the way our mind perceives such events, CBT can be a game-changer for anyone. CBT is a popular method of successfully treating a wide variety of mental disorders. By the time you reach the end of this audiobook, you will be armed with an array of tools that will help you fight off the negative impulses that plague you, and you will be given long-term solutions that can lead to a much more fulfilling lifestyle. 

This audiobook focuses on the use of simple and effective strategies of CBT that can improve the quality your life.

In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • What is cognitive behavioral therapy
  • The goals of CBT
  • Common problems CBT addresses
  • How CBT works
  • A brief history of CBT
  • How CBT can help anxiety and depression
  • Techniques to help you identify the root causes of your problem
  • Different methods therapists use to retrain thinking
  • How CBT can help anxiety and depression
  • How to identify negative thought patterns
  • The multimodal model (MMT)
  • Who can benefit from MMT
  • Eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR)
  • How to evaluate the effectiveness of CBT and how it can change your life

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I found my traumatic event

Honestly, I signed up to Audible by accident thinking I had a free trial but it turned out that I didn't and ended up paying for a month (which will not be renewed). My reason for being there was this book that caught my eye but having listened to it, it has become the icing on a trauma cake that resulted in the loss of both €7.99 and 1hr 33mins of my life.

I honestly thought the book would give me a deeper understanding of what CBT could do for me. Turns out that I have already discovered more from Google searches, in less time. The insights are baffling; the suggestion that CBT rewires you to accept that every other problem in the world is a result of your reaction to it. You should keep a log of these events (you know, something to re-read, again and again, just so that it festers long enough) and prescribe a more "positive" reaction should the event recur in the future. My eyes were open! Truly!

I opened my spreadsheet and immediately entered the date and time of my unwitting subscription to Audible, the resultant impulse usage of my 'free' credit for this book – a free credit that cost me almost as much as buying the book outright from The Book Depository – labeled my response to it as "unhelpful, closed minded, undue anger" and my preferred future reaction as "seek refund from Audible for misunderstood signup resulting in charge to my card".

Hoorah! I'm cured!

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super short

very basic, super short, I didn't even realise it was over, I had to check if something was wrong with the app

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A quick introduction to CBT

The book title says it’s a complete guide to CBT. It was more like a quick introduction to what it’s all about. This book got very good reviews which is why I bought it. I found it a bit disappointing because it didn’t delve into how to use the different techniques.

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  • Salmeron
  • 03-09-18

Great Overview

This is a wonderful book for someone who does NOT have a lot of knowledge in CBT. It is basic information of CBT.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-07-18

No real help.

the book just talks about the process that would be provided if you were to see someone. but provide absolutely no steps or tools to do on your own. Everything is covered in extremely high level