Feeling good: the new mood therapy

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Penguin Books, Aug 1, 1981 - Psychology - 413 pages
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meh. So this was the birth of CBT. May have been groundbreaking in its time and may still be curing legions of people. Just not me. I have had much better success with other forms of therapy. Read full review

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David Burns' Feeling Good is about the science of cognitive therapy. The theory states that your emotions are caused by your thoughts, and most negative emotions are caused by distortions in your ... Read full review

Contents

A Breakthrough in the Treatment
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The First
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SELFASSESSMENT TESTS
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