The Feeling Good Handbook Revised edition
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The Feeling Good Handbook presents a cognitive behavioral approach to treating depression and anxiety. The text also presents an in-depth examination of medications used to treat anxiety and depression. Extensive examples of therapeutic homework are also provided.
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- You Can Change the Way You Feel
- How to Measure Your Moods
- How to Diagnose Your Moods
- Should You Change the Way You Feel
- Ho to Change the Way You Feel
- Ten Ways to Untwist Your Thinking
- How to Develop a Healthy Personal Value System
- Cognitive Therapy in Action
- Why People Procrastinate
- A Prescription for Procrastinators
- Understanding Anxiety
- How to Fight Your Fears and Win
- Dealing With the Fear of Death
- Social Anxiety
- Public Speaking Anxiety
- How to Give a Dynamic Interview
- Test and Performance Anxiety
- Good and Bad Communication
- Five Secrets of Intimate Communication
- How to Change the Way You Communicate
- How to Deal with Difficult People
- Why People Can’t Communicate with Each Other
- Answers to Questions About Commonly Prescribed Medications for Depression and Anxiety
- The Complete Consumer’s Guide to Antidepressant Medications
- The Complete Consumer’s Guide to Anti-Anxiety Medications
- The Ingredients of Therapeutic Success – and Failure
- Empathy: How to Establish Rapport with the Critical, Angry Patient
- Agenda Setting: How to Make Therapy Productive When You and Your Patient Feel Stuck
- Self-Help Assignments: How to Motivate Patients Who Sabotage the Therapeutic Process
- Discuss the core components of cognitive behavioral therapy.
- Describe the primary cognitive distortions addressed in cognitive behavioral therapy.
- Explain causes and treatments of depression.
- Describe causes and treatments of anxiety.
- Identify beneficial techniques for dealing with difficult patients.
- Discuss procrastination.
- Describe social anxiety.
- Discuss Antidepressant Medications.
- Identify Anti-Anxiety Medications.
- Describe how to motivate patients who sabotage the therapeutic process.