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The Centre For Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in London and Kent

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Mobile: 07971 099 590 - After 5.30pm and weekends

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Recommended Reading for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Recommended Reading

The books detailed below provide additional information on cognitive behavioural therapy.
They may prove useful to anyone new to therapy, and also students and practitioners.
 



This comprehensive guide focuses on a technique called DESC scripting, a step-by-step program for handling interpersonal conflicts and a self-change program.



This is a persuasive and well-written case for the efficacy of cognitive therapy. At times it seems pedantic in its spelling out of endless examples, but at least this has the advantage that Beck never takes our understanding of his points for granted, and is suggestive that his conclusions are thoroughly thought out.



A complete course to help the reader beat panic attacks and the stresses they cause. The author, who has both researched and taught self-help techniques, describes clinically-proven therapy techniques.



This is a self-help manual for those who have suffered abuse in childhood and who now struggle with the legacy of this. Abuse in childhood can be the source of enduring difficulties for many, whether the abuse was emotional, physical or sexual in nature.



Overcoming Depression is a series of structured self-help workbooks for use by people experiencing depression. Developed in liaison with a wide range of health care practitioners, the course allows access to the proven Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) approach to treatment.



This book describes a huge but mainly undetected shift now underway. We are moving from an economy and society built on logical, linear, computer-like capabilities of the information age to an economy and society built on the inventive, empathic, big picture capabilities of what is rising in its place, the Conceptual Age. In this book, Daniel Pink describes six essential aptitudes - a whole new mind - that professional success and personal satisfaction will depend on in the new age, which anyone can master.



A Step-By-Step Guide" provides a detailed programme for eliminating social anxieties. It is based on the latest cognitive behavioural treatments for social phobia. The techniques presented here have been extensively tested and have been shown to be significantly more beneficial than medication and other types of psychotherapy.



Written in a clear, step-by-step style, this ideal teaching text makes cognitive therapy immediately accessible to students, beginning therapists, and seasoned practitioners who are not familiar with the cognitive approach. The author presents many clinical examples drawn from one patient's treatment to provide a realistic and coherent demonstration of cognitive therapy in action.



This volume is intended as a self-help manual for those who find that they are spoiling the lives of both themselves and those around them by constantly being irritable and angry. It has been written to explain why such bouts occur and what can be done, using cognitive behaviour therapy to overcome them.



Cognitive Behavioural Therapy treats emotional disorders by changing negative patterns of thought. It is now internationally established as a key method of helping overcome longstanding conditions such as panic attacks, depression, anxiety, gambling addictions and some eating disorders.



Overcoming Anxiety is divided into workbooks that are designed to help those experiencing mild to moderate levels of anxiety and panic. The first workbooks will aid the reader in identifying and assessing the extent of their clinical problems.



"Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Dummies" will help identify unhealthy modes of thinking - such as "a leopard can't change it's spots"! - that have been holding you back from the changes you want. CBT can help whether you're seeking to overcome anxiety and depression, boost self-esteem, lose weight, beat addiction or simply improve your outlook in your professional and personal life.".

 

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Telephone 020 8468 1026 - C. London - 9.00am to 5.30pm
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