Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Course Made Simple: Overcome Anxiety, Insomnia & Depression, Break Negative Thought Patterns, Maintain Mindfulness, and ... Effective Psychotherapy (Best CBT Techniquesby Daniel Wallaces
"Feeling lost about how to effectively treat disturbing intrusive thoughts? Tired of missing out on the present because of your anxiety levels and uncertainties or dubious thoughts? Or you simply need an accessible way of attaining happiness through simple, trainable steps? Easy-to-follow instructions towards building better habits and breaking off the unnecessary destructive routines you’ve developed, it will be a piece of cake with this approach."
Mind Over Mood: Change How You Feel by Changing the Way You Thinkby D. Greenberger and C. Padesky
This book is extremely helpful for those who are overwhelmed by depression or negative thinking. It de scribes how to change destructive thoughts and emotions and how to solve problems interfering with your relationships. Whether you choose to read special sections, complete the troubleshooting guides, or read the hint boxes, you will be pleased by the results. Psychotherapists will also find this helpful.
The Depression Workbook: Guide for Living with Depression and Manic Depressionby M.E. Copeland and M. McKay
The author is a manic depressive who developed a systematic approach to help herself cope with her illness. She clearly describes a step by step self help prescription for empowering oneself toward healing the emotional pain. If you take the time to complete the charts, you will find yourself liberated from debilitating moods; soon your self awareness and attitude toward life and self will be enhanced. Professionals will enjoy using this workbook as an adjunct to helping clients in the psychotherapy session.
Reinventing Your Life : How to Break Free from Negative Life Patterns and Feel Good Againby Jeffrey E. Young, Janet S. Klosko, Aaron T. Beck
This is an easy self-help manual for discarding unproductive behaviors. It facilitates your understanding and awareness of the development of "lifetraps," and more important, how to break self defeating habits. Clients have reported how helpful this book has been in improving their behavior and attitude toward life.
Infidelity: A Survival Guideby Don-David Lusterman
Whether or not a troubled couple chooses to stay together, Lusterman says the best outcome is when both partners experience changes and new insights into their lives. He provides several case studies in which couples began to regain their trust through new communication, and instructs on the kind of feelings-expressing language that can help.
When Your Lover Is a Liar: Healing the Wounds of Deception and Betrayalby Donna Frazier (Contributor), Susan Forward (Reader)
"Betrayal goes way beyond sexual affairs to include a host of lies and secrets. When Your Lover Is a Liar is an outstanding guide for helping women reduce the trauma of such interpersonal violations, choose a direction, and rebuild their sense of self."
After the Affair : Healing the Pain and Rebuilding Trust When a Partner Has Been Unfaithfulby Janis Abrahms, Pad Spring, Michael Spring
A leading therapist and expert on infidelity offers emotional support and proven strategies to help couples overcome one of the most devastating events in any committed relationship. After the Affair is the first book to help readers survive this crisis, and guides both the hurt and unfaithful partners through the stages of grief.
Women Who Stay With Men Who Stray: What Every Women Needs to Know about Men and Infidelityby Debbie Then
A top psychologist and veteran journalist explains why men cheat, how this behavior affects marriage, and what a woman can do to survive this humiliating situation.
Secret Lovers: Affairs Happen...How to Copeby Luann Linquist
This intriguing book takes a new look at what really happens in affairs--how they begin, the stages they go through, and why they break up. This is a fascinating and rare glimpse at this secret side of life. Chapters such as "Healing" disclose essential guidance for coping with the sophisticated and secret complexities of extramarital affairs
Thoughts and Feelings: Taking Control of Your Moods and Your Life: A Workbook of Cognitive Behavioral Techniquesby M.McKay, P. Fanning, and M.Davis
This is a workbook that describes simple stress reduction techniques. Psychotherapists, doctors, teachers, nurses will be pleased how easy these techniques are to facilitate rapid reduction of cognitive stress. Systematic Desensitization, stress inoculation, visualization, combating distorted thinking are only a few of the many helpful techniques that are described in this workbook. My patients have quickly incorporated the visualization exercises to thwart panic attacks and reinforce relaxation.
The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook
by Martha Davis, Matthew McKay, and Elizabeth Robbins Eshelman
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The well-organized chapters on breathing, relaxation, meditation, thought stopping, and body awareness guide the reader through copious self-help techniques to try and, eventually, master. Other chapters, including job stress management, goal setting and time management, and assertiveness training, focus on daily scenarios people often find distressing.
The Anxiety & Phobia Workbookby Edmund J. Bourne
This book excels not only in explaining the cause and nature of anxiety disorders and phobias but also in describing treatments. This is truly a "workbook," with exercises designed to facilitate recovery, either through private use or in conjunction with professional therapy.
Beyond Anxiety and Phobia: A Step-by-Step Guide to Lifetime Recoveryby Edmund J. Bourne
Beyond Anxiety and Phobia provides an array of alternative strategies for entering this long-term healing mode; describes alternative therapies such as herbs, yoga, massage, acupuncture, and homeopathy; and addresses the impact of perfectionism and other personality issues.
Anxiety, Phobias, & Panic : A Step-by-Step Program for Regaining Control of Your Lifeby Reneau Z Peurifoy
The book teaches numerous exceptionally effective techniques for regaining a sense of control and self-efficacy. These include establishing a daily routine of decompressing, cognitive monitoring, desensitization, visualization, tips on overcoming perfectionism and the excessive need for approval and control.
Panic Attacks Workbook: A Guided Program for Beating the Panic Trickby David Carbonell
Dr. Carbonell offers a complete self-help recovery program that includes the use of panic diaries, desensitization, and cognitive therapy. He makes clear how panic attacks work and what to do if you have one, provides specific self-tests and exercises that will help you begin to heal yourself right away
Dying of Embarrassment: Help for Social Anxiety & Phobiaby Barbara Markway, Cheryl N. Carmin (Ph.D.), C. Alec Pollard, Teresa Flynn
This book is amazing. It truly holds the key to unlocking the door that social phobia bars shut. It works as a workbook, allowing you to write in your own stress management and anxiety charts, fears, goals, and a step by step guide on how to face those fears, overcome them, and literally better your life. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has even the slightest phobia's about meeting new people, or even self doubt, low confidence, or even to improve your social skills for everyday life.
The Shyness & Social Anxiety Workbook: Proven Techniques for Overcoming Your Fearsby Martin M. Antony, Richard P. Swinson
A truly excellent resource! This book is full of valuable exercises for challenging the irrational thoughts and avoidance behaviors that fuel social anxiety. I particularly appreciated the creative examples of how one can confront and overcome social and performance fears in a gradual and manageable fashion.