• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Find Out How to Manage Depression, Anger, Phobia, and Panic Attacks. Develop Emotional Intelligence, Self-Discipline, and Overcomes Anxiety in Relationships
  • By: Daniel M. Power
  • Narrated by: Jason Lasky
  • Length: 3 hrs and 19 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (70 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Looking at depression and anxiety disorder from a scholarly perspective. Through this perspective, it's easy to see that they are afflictions of the mind that could lead people into miserable lives. They are long-cemented streaks of negative thinking given life by repetition and circumstance. For starters, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a direct, short-time method of treatment that aims to defeat the problem at the root; and in the mind. 

Instead of treating the symptoms and counseling people that suffer from depression and anxiety disorder CBT aims to change the way a person thinks by leading them to special realizations about life, and their perspective on it. It may sound simple enough at the beginning, but this method is backed by many theories on how it can be accomplished. 

The basic premise of the approach states that one has to not just understand the roots of the problem, but also tackle the current symptoms, and learn from their connection to one another for the approach to work. Think of it as a holistic approach towards changing your perspective on things - by analyzing the current symptoms, and how they manifest themselves, you can trace your steps back to the source of the problem where you can formulate an effective solution. 

Dealing with emotional disturbances like anxiety and depression is a real, valid, and often painful experience for anyone to endure. Be compassionate with yourself, and trust that if you can treat yourself once, you can do it again. The more times you pick yourself back up, the harder it becomes for you to fall to the point of feeling irreparable.

©2019 Daniel M. Power (P)2019 Daniel M. Power

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I was temporarily scared off by some of the negative reviews on audible, but I'm wondering if maybe some of them quit during an early chapter and didn't take time to hear the Author flesh out some of the details? He describes and puts into practice several methods and exercises including:

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Audio can help us to understand why we behave in certain ways. The actual excerpts of interviews with patients who went through the CBT process were great. They lend authenticity to the audio and practices. The narration was good and very soothing to hear.

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It was a very informative and engaging,

It was a very informative and engaging, real-life way of learning about CBT. You hear real sessions, and the teacher has a very nice voice. I loved every minute!

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Great beginner's review course.

Great beginner's review course. I was disappointed that there was almost no content on mental illness and CBT. Still, I have never been disappointed by The Teaching Company's courses.

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The vignettes were especially helpful. I learned a lot! I would recommend this audio to others.

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Listened to it twice! I learned general information as well as very specific tools to apply for myself and my future counseling practice.

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This course had a lot of information, but it was interesting and insightful. Also easier to grasp in small chunks. Very helpful.

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The teacher was excellent and the information was based on up to date research. The course provided an evidence-based foundation on which to develop a plan to deal with everyday problems of being human.

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As a therapist, this was a great view of several

As a therapist, this was a great view of several CBT models. He gave several useful online supplements as well as another technical tools. Also, he discussed a wide variety of ways to incorporate the research into my practice and life.

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This audio is educational but very user friendly.

This audio is educational but very user friendly. I want to give it to everyone I care about, and as soon as I finished listening I started over at the beginning. For my first ever Great Course, I picked a good one.