Thirty-Minute Therapy for Anxiety: Everything You Need To Know in the Least Amount of Time

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New Harbinger Publications, Nov 1, 2011 - Self-Help - 136 pages
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What if you could dramatically improve your anxiety symptoms in just thirty minutes? In 30-Minute Therapy for Anxiety, you’ll discover proven anxiety-busting strategies and put them into practice right away so that you can feel calm and in control, even in the most stressful situations. This set of skills will help you manage worries, panic attacks, fears, and phobias whenever they show up so you can enjoy a fuller and freer life.

Read just one or all three parts of this book:

  • Get the basics. Learn what you need to know to quickly get anxiety under control in the first section of each chapter.
  • Gain a deeper understanding. Take it further and read the second section of each chapter for skills that will help you make lasting changes.
  • Then, go online to practice your skills. Log on to find more exercises available online exclusively for 30-Minute Therapy for Anxiety readers.
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    Contents

    Introduction
    1
    Part 1
    3
    Part 2
    17
    Part 3
    55
    Part 4
    95
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    About the author (2011)

    Matthew McKay, PhD is a professor at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. He has authored and coauthored numerous books, including The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook, Self-Esteem, Thoughts and Feelings, When Anger Hurts, and ACT on Life Not on Anger. His books combined have sold more than 2.5 million copies. McKay received his PhD in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. In private practice, he specializes in the cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety and depression.

    Troy DuFrene is a writer specializing in psychology. He is coauthor of Coping with OCD, Mindfulness for Two, and Things Might Go Terribly, Horribly Wrong. He lives and works in Oakland, CA. Visit him at www.troydufrene.com.

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