Are your thoughts getting in the way of living your life? Based in cutting-edge neuroscience and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), this important workbook will help you regain control from unwanted thoughts and get back to the things that matter. Do you have unwanted, disturbing, upsetting, or weird thoughts that you just can't seem to shake? Violent or sexual thoughts that cause you to feel ashamed, anxious, or depressed? Maybe you think they mean something about you-and that thought scares you even more. While you may not be able to shut your thoughts off permanently, you can gain distance from them and improve your life. This step-by-step guide will show you how.In The Anxious Thoughts Workbook, renowned psychologist David A. Clark presents a targeted, transdiagnostic approach to help you move past unwanted mental intrusions. You'll learn how to change the destructive patterns responsible for the persistence of anxious and depressive thinking, and strip these upsetting thoughts of their meaning-a process Clark refers to as "detoxing." Finally, you'll learn to manage the feelings of shame that can accompany these thoughts.Are you ready to move past your thoughts and start focusing on more important things? If so, the proven effective techniques in this workbook will help you get started.
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People who suffer from unwanted intrusive thoughts often worry about what those thoughts mean-leading to an unfortunate cycle of shame, anxiety, and depression.

Produktdetaljer

ISBN
9781626258426
Publisert
2018
Utgiver
Vendor
New Harbinger Publications
Høyde
234 mm
Bredde
153 mm
Aldersnivå
01, G
Språk
Product language
Engelsk
Format
Product format
Heftet
Antall sider
200

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David A. Clark is one of the best respected names in the field of CBT, with more than 30 years of experience. In Controlling Your Mind he offers practical advice on how to identify problematic intrusive thoughts, correct faulty interpretations of the significance of intrusions, refrain from ineffective mental control strategies and adopt more effective mental self-control using a range of CBT techniques to help disrupt the persistence of damaging thoughts.