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Elaine Foreman,Clair Pollard

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

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Change can often seem like an impossible task, but this practical book will help you put it into perspective. With guidance from two experts, you’ll recognise the behaviours and thoughts that hold you back, and will develop skills to think more positively, act more calmly and feel better about yourself.

Using the same tools employed by CBT practitioners, this book is full of activities and experiments to explore and challenge, stories and exercises to provide perspective, and a clear framework to encourage and guide you. The authors’ friendly and supportive approach will help you learn to manage recurrences of negative thinking and behaviours, and to develop strong coping strategies.

CBT incorporates the latest therapies and research, including ACT and mindfulness, and explicitly addresses problem areas like insomnia and depression.
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    b4215641189has quoted2 years ago
    Antecedents – Beliefs – Consequences

    A = the Antecedent, trigger event or occurrence which appears to lead to an emotional reaction.

    B = our Beliefs, thoughts, interpretation or evaluation of that event and its possible causes or meaning.

    C = the Consequences of that way of viewing the event – our emotional or behavioural reaction to it.
    Іванна Павлючукhas quoted7 months ago
    Working with depressed patients, he noticed they experienced a series of spontaneous negative thoughts, which he called automatic thoughts. He divided them into 3 categories: negative thoughts relating to the self, to the world and to the future
    nullhas quotedlast year
    Men are disturbed not by things but by the views which they take of them … when, therefore, we are hindered, or disturbed, or grieved, let us never blame anyone but ourselves: that is, our own judgments.
    Epictetus, Greek philosopher

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