• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • A Guide to Fight Anxiety and Panic Attacks with Mental Toughness Using CBT, DBT, and ACT - Overcome Depression and Anxiety with Simple Techniques That Rewire Your Brain
  • By: Avery Wright
  • Narrated by: Michael W Rahhal
  • Length: 3 hrs and 55 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (108 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Whether you’ve been battling it yourself or you’ve watched someone close to you do it, depression impacts your life on a fundamental level. Depression doesn’t discriminate based on gender, age, or color and is a disease of modernity that is still without a definitive cure.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a comprehensive volume that takes you through the basics of this medical phenomenon and helps you first understand the monster in order to show you how you must fight it in a personalized manner. In a relaxed style that is easy to understand both by beginners of this topic and by the advanced alike, this audiobook provides an insightful perspective on various new therapy courses and their rate of success. You’ll learn how to deal with anxiety and depression by strengthening your mind processes and using positive thinking on a daily basis.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Guide to Fight Anxiety and Panic Attacks with Mental Toughness Using CBT, DBT, and ACT is addressed not only to patients and is a must in your collection, as it promotes strong mental health and teaches you that no matter what, you are never alone when fighting depression and other similar mental disorders.

©2018 Avery Wright (P)2019 Avery Wright

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Basic Information

Thought book would teach more about how the therapies work, or more information on how to implement them. Book was more basic information on what therapies were, background or history on therapy and lots of talk about research.

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I really feel this was chock full of information. I listened to this on 09x while I slept. I give this a A++. Nice voice, great step by step advice and a lot of “that’s me!” Moments.
Thank you Author Avery Wright and best wishes to all of you that will listen. Never give up!

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  • Eoin S.
  • 03-13-19

Interesting but more a discussion of than a how to

The book contains a lot of info about what CBT/DBT/etc. is, its history, evolution, how it works etc., but it doesn't really guide you through applying it. It's not a bad book or anything but more informational than directly useful.

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  • Leigh Robinson
  • 06-12-22

Waste of time.

As mentioned by another reviewer:

"The book contains a lot of info about what CBT/DBT/ACT etc. is, its history, evolution, how it works etc., but it doesn't really guide you through applying it. It's not a bad book or anything but more informational than directly useful."

This book has virtually no information on using CBT. The chapters are not titled so you can't skip anything. It tells you what the therapy can do but there isn't anything practical for you to use. I am at a loss as to why it has such great reviews. The audio book is useless. The title is:

"A Guide to Fight Anxiety and Panic Attacks with Mental Toughness Using CBT, DBT, and ACT"

It isn't a guide at all though. I wouldn't waste your time. And I am really baffled how it managed to get such good reviews.

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