Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is now hugely popular as a self-help technique that has helped millions of people in the UK alone, and as an NHS-funded treatment for illnesses like depression. It is recommended by healthcare professionals for the treatment of issues from anxiety and eating disorders to stress and anger management.
This fun and interactive journal combines practical learning-focused actions with interactive features which will help develop good habits, build confidence and apply CBT in your day-to-day life. Encouraging you to participate in the learning process and measure your progress, you can advance through the book in a linear or non-linear fashion, completing activities in their own time and having fun all the way.
Journaling is a wonderful way to clarify your thoughts and feelings and get to know yourself better. It can help to reduce stress, solve problems more effectively, resolve disagreements with others and gain perspective. Most importantly, it is a great way to develop good habits through incremental learning and self-discovery.
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About the Author
Christine Wilding's (Kent, England) books on CBT have sold over 50,000 copies. She holds a postgraduate diploma in CBT from the University of London, is an accredited member of the British Association of Counselling, is a member of the steering committee set up to develop guidelines for the treatment of depression within the NHS, and is in-demand as a leader of CBT-based training courses.
Table of Contents
1 Goals 1
2 Being aware of your thoughts 20
3 Challenging negative thinking, and finding alternative ways of thinking 54
4 Thoughts and physical feelings 110
5 Beliefs 116
6 Behaviour 136
7 Emotions 190
8 Conceptualizing 227