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Find out how to use CBT techniques in everyday life for emotionally healthy living

What happens to you in life matters less than the way you feel about life; that's the message of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). If you've ever tried to change something about yourself - your mood, your weight, your behavior - you'll have noticed that change often hurts, so you stop trying. CBT can help you when change starts to hurt. In the revised and updated edition of this best-selling title, professional CBT practitioner Avy Joseph shows you how to challenge negative thoughts and unhealthy beliefs to improve your outlook in your personal and professional lives.

  • Contains new scenarios and exercises for the listener to practice using CBT techniques in a variety of situations
  • New introduction and conclusion from the author discussing the CBT technique and recent developments in the field
  • Addresses key topics such as anxiety, change, resilience, and self-belief
  • Written by an expert in the field - Avy Joseph is widely recognized as one of the UK's leading practitioners on the topic

©2016 Avy Joseph (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • Yigosh
  • 01-01-18

Narrator is eccentric

Someone called wildmike from audible.co.uk said: "Like being told how to shape your thinking by a hybrid of an old school linguaphone tutor and a children's TV presenter from the 70s. Has it moments but is ever so slightly patronising."

I've never read a review describing an audiobook so perfectly. It's exactly like that. The narrator is an hybriod an old school linguaphone tutor and a children's TV presenter from the 70s and she is always so subtly patronizing.

Besides, I believe this book would be more helpful in written format with all the tables and stuff.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-12-17

great narrator

I don't understand the moaners about the narrator, the narration in this audiobook is top notch. The claims about how the narrator 'doesn't understand what she's reading' are just silly nonsense. Even if that were true, who cares? The job of the narrator is to narrate with a professional voice, not to be a psychology expert. Moral of the story, I prefer this narrator to many others and certainly to the authors who have the bad idea of narrating the audiobook themselves, because that NEVER works for me. I am really fussy about narration, and for every great audiobook there's a pro narrator like the one in this audiobook!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 09-01-18

great book

This has been very enlightening for bringing healthy thinking and giving a better understanding of how he way i think has caused my emotional difficulty. it is something to be practiced daily the result are well worth it.
one of the better CBT books ive read.

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  • Joanna Leach
  • 06-03-21

Not suitable as an audio book

To get anything out of this book, you need the paper version as it doesn’t work as an audio book.

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  • nigeyb
  • 01-12-20

Basic introduction

I picked this up in an Audible sale. I'm interested in CBT having studied it on a part time counselling course I took a few years back.

This is a basic introduction to CBT which provides readers with practical tools to utilise some of the techniques. The writing and narration are pedestrian and matter-of-fact.

I was hoping for something a bit more in depth, inspiring and engaging.

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  • Mike
  • 21-09-17

Are you sitting comfortably...

Like being told how to shape your thinking by a hybrid of an old school linguaphone tutor and a children's TV presenter from the 70s. Has it moments but is ever so slightly patronising.

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  • Evil-lyn
  • 22-03-21

Doesn't work as an audio book

This is probably ok to read, but really doesn't work as an audio book . At so many points I thought I was stuck in a repetitive loop, but I think it might just be where there's lists, examples, activities read out it's disjointed, confusing .