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Change Your Life with CBT
How Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Can Transform Your Life
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Using the tools and techniques of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, which have been scientifically proven to help people overcome a wide range of personal challenges, Change Your Life with CBT leads you step by step through a simple process that can help you make lasting and meaningful changes to your life.
Step by step, it puts you in the driving seat for a journey that takes you from the here and now, to create an altogether better kind of future, with less fear, more happiness and much greater potential to be the person you want to be.
The power to change your life is in you. The tools to change your life are in this book.
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Corinne Sweet is a leading psychologist, life coach, agony aunt, writer, broadcaster and lecturer, with over twenty-five year's experience. She teaches in higher and adult education and runs a successful counselling/ coaching practice from home. She regularly writes for various publications, including The Guardian, The Independent and The Observer, amongst others. She has also presented on, TalkSPORT, and still appears regularly on many BBC and independent radio stations. Corinne lives in North London.
Part 1 Understanding the CBT viewpoint
1 How can I change my life with CBT?
Time for change
The change paradox
How does CBT work?
Introducing Mr Beck
CBT: the popular theory
Ideas at the heart of CBT: a taster
Can CBT work for me?
What would you really like to change?
Finally, making the decision to change
So now the big question: is CBT for you?
2 Understanding what makes you tick
Take a fresh look at yourself
The CBT viewpoint
Understanding how your thoughts tick
You have your own unique point of view
Resistance to change
3 Noticing your negative thoughts
Spot negative thinking in everyday life
Understanding emotions the CBT way
Negative automatic thoughts
The forensic approach to your emotions