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Originally developed for the treatment of depression, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has quickly become one of the most well-known and most effective treatments for all mental health conditions who are caused by cognitive distortions. 

In 2014, Zhipei Zhu and colleagues from the Shanghai Mental Health Center found evidence that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has major benefits not only for the treatment of general depression, but also for general anxiety disorder. 

Even compared to psychoactive medications, review studies have found CBT alone to be as effective for treating less severe forms of depression and anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), tics, substance abuse, eating disorders, and borderline personality disorder, but without the potential negative side effects of the drugs. 

Therefore, you can unlock tremendous potential by learning everything important about the therapy to finally help yourself or others relieve their pain. 

In Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety you’ll discover:

  • The seven little-known practices to instantly improve your ability to handle distress without losing control of your emotions 
  • The exact step-by-step formula to achieve mindfulness and increase your distress tolerance 
  • Why these seven different therapy forms for anxiety can mitigate your individual problems tremendously
  • How to cope with worry, traumatic-stress syndrome, and panic attacks effectively
  • The simple but uncommon strategies therapists use to help those who feel hopeless and damaged forever with CBT 
  • The biggest myth busted: what anxiety really is and the best ways to treat PTSD, phobias, OCD, panic attacks, etc.
  • Why these tools to regulate your emotions and become more mindful go way beyond relaxation or meditation
  • The absolute best six ways to put everything together and create your long-lasting, bulletproof, and personalized self-help plan

And much, much more!

Even if you are a complete beginner and don’t have any concept of CBT, the extensive research that went into this guide will instantly boost your abilities to analyze your root problem and attack it from multiple different angles.

©2019 Jonathan Moran (P)2019 Jonathan Moran

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Repetitive , unrelatable-to and overly-theoretical

Why are panic attacks given so much airtime as opposed to gnawing, persistent worry?? Plus, where are the case-studies that would lift this from the abstract to something approximating real-life??

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  • Louise Heuer
  • 17-02-19

If you've ever wanted more information about CBT.

If you've ever wanted more information about CBT, this book is definitely the best to start! This was my first actual self help book and I found it so interesting. I'm definitely going to look for more books from this author!

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  • Lauri Gribble
  • 18-02-19

Keep going forward!

Glad that I bought this audiobook. Really taught me and helped me a lot to keep going forward!

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  • Liana Hopf
  • 18-02-19

This book with helpful topics.

Wow! This book with helpful topics. All of are easy to understand. Highly refer to all for this cognitive behavioral therapy book.

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  • Fletcher Brzezinski
  • 18-02-19

Love this book.

I think, this is the best guide on cognitive behavioral therapy. The book really gives you the tools and information you need to successfully practice cognitive behavioral therapy. Love this book.

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  • Isiah Lien
  • 18-02-19

Great tool for someone with anxiety.

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. Definitely would recommend to anyone currently struggling.

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  • Lauretta Cola
  • 18-02-19

Recommended.

If you want to mastering your emotions, quieting negative thinking then get this book. Its a good book for learning approach. Providing some proven tips and steps. Learning stuff. Recommended.

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  • Efrain Raschke
  • 17-02-19

How to go about retraining your mind.

I'd say it is well explained and easy to understand, and it gives some suggestions on how to go about retraining your mind.

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  • Catherine Mcclane
  • 17-02-19

This book really helped me understand more.

I have always heart of people talking about cognitive behavioral therapy, but I never knew exactly what it was, so this book really helped me understand more about it

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  • Earlean Mohn
  • 17-02-19

CBT is good to know if you suffer anxiety.

CBT is good to know if you suffer anxiety, especially if you don't want to take medications, or your medications aren't really working.

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  • Francina Renard
  • 17-02-19

This book will help you.

If you suffer from anxiety, depression, OCD, or a general inability to find happiness, this book will help you. It builds a foundation in modern biochemistry and cognition and relates them to all religions and ancient philosophies.