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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

The Ultimate Guide to Using CBT to Rewire Your Brain and Overcoming Anxiety, Depression, Phobias, PTSD, Compulsive Behavior, and Anger, Including DBT and ACT Techniques
Narrated by: Michael Reaves
Length: 3 hrs and 44 mins
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Summary

If you're looking for an effective method to treat anxiety, depression, phobias, and more, then pay attention....

No matter who you are or where you come from, you already have firsthand experience of the maxim “Life is challenging”. The pressures of day-to-day living can lead us down the path of various health complications and, in particular, mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, phobia, and obsessive thoughts. 

Such mental illnesses lower the quality of our lives and drain all the fun. To overcome these illnesses, we have pursued various treatments, but mostly, the results are less than appealing.

This audiobook has been put together in order to unveil one of the most successful ways of treating mental illnesses. This treatment - known as cognitive behavioral therapy - has become a hit around the world because it not only fights the symptoms of mental illnesses, but also ensures that the results will last. 

The following are some of the critical things explored in the audiobook:

  • CBT tools and techniques
  • Automatic and intrusive thoughts
  • How to get rid of anxiety and depression through CBT
  • Setting goals using CBT
  • How to change your core beliefs using CBT
  • How to overcome procrastination through CBT
  • Overcoming anger and bitterness through CBT
  • Treating PTSD
  • Identifying negative thought patterns
  • Building self-esteem
  • Rewiring your brain
  • And so much more!
©2018 Steven Turner (P)2019 Steven Turner

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A fabulous book on CBT.

It's probably the best book to help psychotherapists using Cognitive Behavior Therapy principles and techniques.

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Awesome

Basic material on treating dysfunctional people. I am not a psychologist, but found it useful in developing sales techniques.

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Great Deal


This book was helpful in reinforcing the basics of CBT and how to use them in dealing with challenging patients.

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Highly Recommended

A very useful CBT professional book. All this information can be used in treatment of difficult clients.

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WOW

I can't give this book enough praise! It's principles are effectively delivered, referenced, thorough, and applicable to the challenges faced by all clinicians. A must have in the clinician's library.

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  • 30-01-19

This is an excellent book for all


This is an excellent book for anyone embarking into the world of CBT. It is easy to read and details the process for self-exploration for the practitioner that can be utilized with clients.

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Very Easy


I learned a lot from reading it. It is easy to read and has the ability to keep your attention.

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Straightforward

Straightforward. Lots of vignettes. A classic how-to book on CBT; a must have for all inspiring therapists. I know I'll keep referring back to it from time to time.

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Well Written


Well written even for someone with only a small amount of knowledge of CBT. I loved it and would highly recommend it

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Def. Recommended


This book is really good for learning CBT skills. I would def. recommend this to other psychology majors. It's a keeper.

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  • 30-01-19

CBT

So far it has been very helpful. I work with adolescents in residential care. They've usually been through several therapists before getting to me and are definitely challenging clients.

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  • William
  • 30-01-19

Its Really good

Awesome book just finished it for a paper in .my advanced techniques class. Easy read interesting and insightful.

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  • Brandy
  • 30-01-19

What an informative book


Found it as one of the best reference books that guides therapists who are interested in using CBT in their sessions. Very helpful and presents role-play between therapist and patient!

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  • Elijah Kyle
  • 30-01-19

Great Overview


As a therapist I am always looking for good resource books, and this one is great. The work it's self has all the important information about CBT and how to practice CBT. It does get a little infomercial like at first touting how great CBT is at times which feels more like a product sell rather than objective scientific report.

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  • Kyler
  • 30-01-19

Comprehensive

Very good comprehensive book, much learning to be done and practice to be put in place

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  • Patrice
  • 30-01-19

I Really Needed It

Needed this book for school. I am a student at the University of Southern Mississippi obtaining a master's degree in social work. Book arrived quickly and I got it for a great price.

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  • Christini
  • 30-01-19

A Detailed Book


Very detailed book on Cognitive Behavior Therapy - it will help me in my studies as it reads like a textbook on the subject.

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  • Tiffany
  • 30-01-19

Very Nice Book

Great book...keeps the basics front and center and it reads well. Like the style of the book too. Recommend to grad students or new therapists.

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  • Joseph
  • 30-01-19

Great Author

I purchased this book for my Cognitive Behavior psychology class. I think the book is excellent as an introduction to CBT. There are clear examples in the book from Judith Beck herself, who happens to be the daughter of Aaron Beck, the father of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

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  • Hammer
  • 30-01-19

Job Well Done

Great book, really helps to get the basics of CBT. I would recommend this to new counselors. Great for references as well.