• CBT + DBT + ACT

  • How to Overcome Anxiety and Worry, and Boost Your Self-Esteem with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • By: Juliana Magalhães
  • Narrated by: Silvia Venturini
  • Length: 13 hrs and 6 mins
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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CBT + DBT + ACT

By: Juliana Magalhães
Narrated by: Silvia Venturini
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Publisher's Summary

Begin your journey to a life of well-being and overcome negativity for good with the power of this 3-in-1 bundle!

Do you want to practice healing and improve your emotional, mental, and psychological well-being? Are you looking for genuine, insightful methods to help you overcome anxiety, stress, and more? Then it’s time to try this bundle.

Inside this powerful collection, you’ll explore three profound and highly effective therapies for transforming the way you look at the world. With heartfelt advice and real, practical tips, now you can free yourself from harmful mindsets and embrace a life of positivity and well-being.

Breaking down the fundamentals of CBT, DBT, and ACT, join author Juliana Magalhães as she uncovers how you can reclaim control of your mind and emotions with these unique therapies.

Here’s a little of what you’ll find inside:

  • Why is CBT so revolutionary? An in-depth look at Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Powerful approaches to help you rewire your mind and cope with anxiety and depression
  • Tips and tricks for creating positive change and defeating inner doubt
  • How to beat your emotions with the power of DBT’s “Emotion Regulation”
  • Step-by-step formulas for harnessing mindfulness to overcome stress, anger, and worry
  • Profound methods to stop nightmares, flashbacks, and trauma symptoms
  • Exploring the fundamentals of acceptance and commitment therapy
  • The key reasons that ACT is so different from other therapies
  • The 6 vital aspects of act and how to harness them to change your life
  • And much more...

So if you’re looking for an all-encompassing, insightful new way of healing your mind and overcoming anxiety, stress, and more, then you’ve come to the right place. Unlock your inner mindfulness, transform your habits and mindsets, and harness the power of these therapies to change your life.

Buy this audiobooknow to begin your journey to healing today.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How will this bundle help me?

Good question! All of these therapies are championed by therapists and psychologists for their ability to directly influence your life and address the root cause of your problems. They offer a roadmap for creating lasting change, not just minimizing the symptoms.

I’m new to the idea of these therapies. Will this be too confusing?

Not at all! You’ll find simple explanations and easy-to-understand advice, all designed to help you start applying these methods to your life in no time at all.

Are these audiobooks all by the same author?

Of course! Juliana has a wealth of experience with helping people apply therapies to their lives. She has a comprehensive knowledge of which practices create the best results, and now her goal is to help you too.

©2020 Juliana Magalhães (P)2020 Juliana Magalhães

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Good resource for both therapists and clients

I am an occupational therapy student and I wanted to explore these three therapies more in depth. I have found them to be useful, but the specific utility of it will be once I put this into practice. I would recommend that the listener listen intently and take notes, but it’s also good to listen while doing other tasks (walking, house chores). The only complaint I have is the pronunciation of some of the terms i.e. medications and other words was not correct. It was also kind of annoying when she would read “i.e.” instead of saying “for example.” Overall would recommend if someone is completely new to these therapies!

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Save my life. Great book

This book had some useful information, but it is overly repetitive and made far too complicated in its structure and use of acronyms across the different sections. If it were well describe using key points, with the associated homework tasks in the same section, then this would have made it more accessible for the professional and client alike.

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loving it

loving it so far. informative and exercises to help with progress. im finding it helpful

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Excellent book

Excellent listen on the principles of cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I recommend this to anyone who might be suffering from depression, anxiety or negative thinking. It helps you understand how to get yourself out of the rut by thinking differently about any given situation. It's easy to read and not too clinical.

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Awkward

Awkward writing and a bad performance, but the essentials are here.
The narration really is bad, though. The narrator struggles with pacing and pronunciation as if this was all done in one blind read.
The ACT theory section is a bit overbold too. For example, antipsychiatric theory should be noted as having a stronger foundation in linguistic theory, but the book claims that only ACT has a linguistic theory.

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narration bad

hard to listen to and audible won't let me exchange it. :( narrator reading poorly

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This is life saver book. Highly recommend

I recommend this book to any therapist or agency looking to develop a pain management protocol.
Great material for this population! Nice blend of theory and practice.

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What a waste!

This book is horribly written and the narration of it is a disaster. What a waste.

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  • Farideh
  • 03-07-21

Not really worth listening to

Unfortunately is the review nothing else than an poor up list of headlines about these 3 therapy directions without going deeply in the process of understanding or demonstrations of the methods. You get very quickly bored by the monotonous reading style and loose interest in the listening.
If you want an comparison between different type of therapy like CBT and ACT and on Audible I recommend listening to “A liberated Mind” written and narrated!! by Dr. Steven Heyes. The book is a Pinguin book and you can get it for free with your monthly credits. And if you are looking for a book about CBT and ACT look at Ciarrochi and Bailey’s “ A CBT Practitioner’s Guide to ACT“ which it written with great respect.

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  • Steve Fletcher
  • 04-26-21

Very poorly read. The audio and content is poor.

stopped listening after a short time as the audio is poor to say the least. The way in which it has been read is boring and hard to follow.
The content takes way too long over going over the same stuff instead of getting to the point and giving practical advice.
Don't waste your time with this book.

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  • Heidi
  • 09-02-22

An ok combination

I read this out of interest in psychology.
It was interesting and I did get quite a lot of information out of it. Each section is arranged logically and pretty clearly.

However, The book appears to have been written by three individuals. I know this isn’t the case, but there is a lot of repetition of facts (ie what anxiety/depression is) before getting into how to deal with them. There is also little discussion on the comparison between the therapies.
The narrator did stumble in a few places or read things out oddly whcih confused me in a few areas until I just focussed on the words themselves.
The DBT and CBT sections are better written than the ACT one. The latter was very complex at the beginning but smoothed out in the end.