Managing Anxiety with CBT For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 28, 2012 - Self-Help - 184 pages
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Don't panic! Combat your worries and minimize anxiety with CBT!

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a hugely popular self-help technique, which teaches you to break free from destructive or negative behaviors and make positive changes to both your thoughts and your actions. This practical guide to managing anxiety with CBT will help you understand your anxiety, identify solutions to your problems, and maintain your gains and avoid relapse.

Managing Anxiety with CBT For Dummies is a practical guide to using CBT to face your fears and overcome anxiety and persistent, irrational worries. You'll discover how to put extreme thinking into perspective and challenge negative, anxiety-inducing thoughts with a range of effective CBT techniques to help you enjoy a calmer, happier life.

  • Helps you understand anxiety and how CBT can help
  • Guides you in making change and setting goals
  • Gives you tried-and-true CBT techniques to face your fears and keep a realistic perspective

Managing Anxiety with CBT For Dummies gives you the tools you need to overcome anxiety and expand your horizons for a healthy, balanced life.

 

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Table of Contents
Understanding Your Anxiety
Developing the Ability to Manage Your
Making a Map of Your Anxiety
How was my body feeling?
resources
Going for Goals
Letting Go of Unsolvable Worries
Being perfect
Making Progress and Moving
Being realistic about
Embracing Healthy Living
Creating Your Route Map for a Brighter
Planning For a Brighter Future
The Part of Tens
Ten Inspiring Tips for Moving On from

Anxiety Rules and How to Break Them

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About the author (2012)

Graham Davey is Professor of Psychology at the University of Sussex and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Experimental Psychopathology. Kate Cavanagh is a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the University of Sussex. Fergal Jones is a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent. Lydia Turner is a Consultant Psychological Therapist, and Adrian Whittington is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, both based at the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

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