Posted on 2009-01-17. By anonymous.
Wiley | 2001 | ISBN: 0471387371 | Pages: 272 | PDF | 1.91 MB
Cognitive behavioral therapy is based on the idea that our thoughts and our interpretations of events greatly influence our moods. Therapists teach clients to listen to their negative internal dialogs and to use less depressive "self-talk." Clients may also be given "homework" in the form of relaxation exercises for anxiety or gradual acclimatization to frightening situations. The emphasis is on changing thoughts and actions, not on understanding their origins. Getting Your Life Back and Self-Coaching are both based on this approach. The latter, by clinical psychologist Luciani, advises readers to identify themselves as specific personality types (e.g., "Worrywarts," "Hedgehogs," "Perfectionists") and then gives specific instructions on how to change these thought patterns. The title by Wright and Basco, a psychiatrist/educator and a clinical psychologist/researcher, respectively, examines various psychological areas (e.g., thinking, action, biology, relationships, and spirituality) and invites readers to work on these areas in any order with valuable, morale-boosting checklists and examples. Getting Your Life Back is the better of the two because it discusses antidepressants and because the authors' instructions and exercises are much more thorough.
no RS no download
Why not post Rapidshare links for every upload to make things easier.
Perhaps because not everyone has a Rapidshare account? ;-)
With THANKS to the original poster (hue). Thank you for providing the file!
thank you crickey for the RS link - but look at it from another point of view...
it'll be easier for folks to access an RS download than an uploading one no?
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