• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • A Simple CBT Guide to Overcoming Anxiety, Intrusive Thoughts, Worry and Depression Along with Tips for Using Mindfulness to Rewire Your Brain
  • By: Heath Metzger
  • Narrated by: Sam Slydell
  • Length: 3 hrs and 42 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (38 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you've always wanted mental and emotional stability, but you've been struggling with anxiety, intrusive thoughts, worries, and depression, then pay attention!

Are you sick and tired of not being able to achieve psychological peace and a sense of well-being? If so, you've come to the right place.

You see, mental tranquility doesn't have to be complicated.

A report from National Center for Biotechnology Information demonstrated that the efficiency of CBT is very high, with its most potent factor being the management of anxiety disorders and general stress. According to Sage Journals, CBT is a direct, time-limited, structured treatment that can be used to treat a variety of mental disorders.

Here's just a tiny fraction of what you'll discover in this audiobook:

  • The various ways to rewire your brain with mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT)
  • The three meditation techniques to help foster CBT
  • The four things you should know about stopping a panic attack with mindfulness
  • Reasons why trying to reject thoughts is hurting your progress and what to do instead
  • Steps to reach mental and emotional wellness without sacrificing your comfort zone
  • Five harmful myths the internet tells you about depression and panic attacks
  • Ways to save time with just one straightforward change in your routine
  • A cool trick used by Jon Kabat-Zinn which helps you rewire your brain
  • The biggest mistake people make when having a panic attack
  • The three best therapies to help you with your mental health journey
  • And much, much more!

Take a second to imagine how you'll feel once you finally have a balanced life and how your family and friends will react when you are cheerfully living a genuinely fulfilled life.

If you have a burning desire for self-actualization and a fantastic perception of reality, then scroll up and click the "buy now" button.

©2020 Heath Metzger (P)2020 Heath Metzger

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Wow! This book is the best in CBT

Wow! This book is the best in CBT. It is presented well. Explains depression. Gives a different perspective to the same situation. How people act differently because of depression, not just clinically but to any person who needs help to raise.

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instructive

The book starts with a basic explanation and overview and heads into more depth in each section. There are exercises and journaling instructions as well as helpful tips on things to try out and practice to see if a given therapy might help you.

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interesting

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provides an individual a method or a set of steps to follow to come to terms with the emotional and psychological thought process and actions a person takes during specific times where specific behaviors continually occur. Everyone has a form of compulsion or routine that individuals desire to alter, control, or reduce. By using CBT, one can begin to gain the confidence and control desired to minimize and potentially eliminate the dilemma.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

This book is ideal for those who have heard of CBT but only have a vague sense of what it is and for those who seek a solid foundation in the topic. It uses clear language, examples, and is organized in a very logical way that offers concepts in a manner easily graspable. While it is not meant as a rigorous academic textbook, it will more than suffice for most people.

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Really nice

Honestly, this book is going to help a lot of people. It was easily digestible and provided actionable instructions that you could apply the same day!

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How is your mental health?

How is your mental health? Struggling with depression, anxiety, phobias, procrastination, or sleeplessness? Maybe there are other ways that your mind is sabotaging your health.

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well-written

A well-written and satisfying review of cognitive-behavioral therapy and its application to some challenging circumstances that may occur in life and its many associated adventures. At the beginning is a chapter that explains CBT and what it is and some of the tenets of the psychological school of therapy.

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Excellent work!

Excellent work! I want to be upfront and say that I have had serious depression and anxiety since I was 8 years old. I'm on medications and expect to be for the rest of my life.

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Brilliant audible

Found it quite interesting. Did I receive this book that had to be read from back to front---mistake or trying to rewire my brain?

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Great

Shipped and arrived when expected, is what it's supposed to be, does exactly what it should, no complaints.

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  • Harmony Bruce
  • 12-13-21

Easy to understand

The book is well written, easy to read. She not only explains the heavy, and techniques but gives exercises to assist people. I highly recommend the book even if you do not have depression, anxiety OCD. The techniques can assist anyone to a better life.

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  • Samantha D Carey
  • 11-27-21

Good

As an executive coach, I appreciated this book's practicality, examples, and definitions so much. It's a great book for self-care, understanding why we think the way we do, and having simple, practical things to practice over time to make improvements. I like the summaries at the ends of each chapter too. It's nice to have a quick list to refer to for all the important nuggets. I enjoyed this book!

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  • Evan C Black
  • 11-23-21

This is a very interesting book

This is a very interesting book as it talks about some of the issues that most people face in their everyday life such as depression, anxiety, procrastination, jealousy, etc. I enjoyed this book and couldn't wait to finish it. It offers clear explanations of each topic, provides real situations and possible solutions.

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  • Lauren Lloyd
  • 11-21-21

incredible

I approached this book with the view of updating my understanding of CBT, having had some exposure to it in the past. I was more than pleasantly surprised by what is presented.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-20-21

Nice!

The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy text provided an overview for shifting a negative mindset. As a starting point, the book included modalities for improving insomnia, regret, guilt, jealousy, and coping with criticism.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-19-21

easy to understand

It's comprehensive about Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), and it's easy to read and understand. A lot of my keynotes are simple, easy to understand or recognize, and easy forgotten.

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