WAGING WAR: A Christian's Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Workbook

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Christian Publishing House, Feb 19, 2017 - Self-Help - 370 pages

The purpose of Waging War is to guide the youth of this program from start to finish in their therapeutic efforts to gain insight into their patterns of thinking and beliefs that have led to the current outcomes in their life thus far and enable them to change the path which they are on.

Waging War is a guide to start the youth with the most basic information and work pages to the culmination of all of the facts, scripture, and their newly gained insight to offer a more clear picture of where they are and how to change their lives for the better. Every chapter will have work pages that Freeman has used and had found to be useful in therapy, but most importantly, this workbook will teach the Word to a population that does not hear it in its’ most correct form.

What is the significance of controlling ones’ thoughts and how does that apply to you? Doubts, fears, and insecurities come from somewhere, especially when they are pervasive. Understanding this idea will help one to fight those thoughts and free them from the shackles their mind puts around their hearts, preventing them from achieving their dreams and the plans God had intended for them when they were created.

 

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Contents

FOREWORD Letter to the Reader
2
Acknowledgements
15
Preparing for War
95
Who is in Your Company? 132 Chapter VIII What Goes in Must Come Out 145 Section III The Enemys Attacks And Faulty Beliefs
161
Truth Your Weapons Against the Enemy
251
Maintaining your Freedom
314
Bibliography
363
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About the author (2017)

 HEATHER FREEMAN graduated Missouri State University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Clinical Psychology in 2011 and went on to complete her Masters of Arts degree at Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in 2013. She currently works as a therapist at Lakeland Behavioral Health Systems, where she has been employed since 2009, using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to treat children and adolescents suffering from various mood, conduct, trauma, and attachment disorders.