• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: 3 Books in 1

  • The Ultimate Guide to Recover from CPTSD, Childhood Trauma, Narcissistic Abuse, Depression, Social Anxiety & Improve Public Speaking Skills
  • By: Mike Proctor
  • Narrated by: Tom Brooks
  • Length: 10 hrs and 6 mins

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: 3 Books in 1

By: Mike Proctor
Narrated by: Tom Brooks
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy is not something that you try on yourself. It’s just not going to happen. You have to work with a trained therapist or counselor. While you do the heavy lifting as far as your personal beliefs and your responses to the outside world go, you need expert guidance. You need somebody who knows what they’re doing and who knows how to instruct you. They must have been around the block a few times so they know what to anticipate. 

This is a one common misconception about cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT for short. A lot of people think that if they just read a book on CBT, they will know the ins and outs of this alternative therapy system, and they can pretty much treat themselves. 

There’s more to recovery through CBT than just buying a book and learning techniques. You have to actually put them to use. This is the difficult part. You have to keep using these techniques, no matter how inconvenient they might be. You have to keep practicing them, no matter how busy you get. 

It’s very hard to get out from under your mental habits if you are trying to do CBT alone. You need to be under the proper guidance of an experienced therapist who not only understands how it works and how its principles can be tweaked to apply to your personal situation, but who also knows how to measure success. 

Complex PTSD and Recovery

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is debilitating. Life seems to be on hold. Accomplishing the smallest of tasks takes all the stamina you can muster. Without treatment the symptoms get worst. Many suffer in silence. They simply don't have the energy or will power to leave the house and face the public to attend therapy appointments for help with their PTSD. That is where books come in handy. You can work on your healing in the privacy of your own home. I've written this book to help you on your road to recovery. I've written this book in an easy-to-follow format without a lot of unnecessary medical jargon. I've written this book precise and to the point to make it easy to digest in one sitting, so you will be able to apply the strategies I've shared right away. This book was written to help all those struggling to overcome Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and problems surrounding PTSD. 

It is human nature to dream. When we go to sleep at night, we dream of things only our brains could scope out. And as it is usual to dream, it is also usual to day dream. Day dreaming is different from dreaming in the sense that all outside stimuli can directly affect what goes on in your daydream, sounds, scents, what the wind feels like. But imagine what life would be like if you had constant and unending nightmares instead of dreams? Nightmares that are vivid and complete in all their lucidity. And even worse, if you were seeing these nightmares as day dreams in waking life and will all the accompaniment of sound, scents, and feeling that may not be to your benefit. 

Public Speaking Skills

We all can agree that being a good public speaker is an attribute. Great leaders, prominent business people and others we admire, are known for their ability to communicate. 

Public speaking is a key skill whether you want to stand up as a leader, become more competent at work, or just improve your day-to-day communication. Some are born with the natural gift of being an excellent public speaker. Others have developed it over the years. Regardless of where you are on your public speaking journey, you can always improve and hone this ability. 

Our communication is one way people size us up or judge us. Whether you agree with it or not, It is used as a gauge at work and in social settings to determine where we stand.

©2021 Mike Proctor (P)2021 Mike Proctor

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  • Patricia Alejendro
  • 04-19-21

Such a great guidebook

Such a great guidebook and could be very inspiring to anyone looking for a new idea about how thoughts, behaviors, and emotions operate together which is in the end the basis of CBT. This course may give new simple insights into how to deal with life challenges.

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