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The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook Paperback – March 1, 2015
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From the Publisher
The self-help workbook format is uniquely effective in helping people work through and recover from a number of mental health conditions, from addiction to depression. Our evidence-based workbooks are written by leading professionals, are recommended by clinicians, and are designed to be effective when used alone or in conjunction with therapy.
From the Publisher Who Created The Self-Help Workbook
New Harbinger’s pioneering self-help workbooks offer step-by-step guidance, and are highly effective in helping people work through difficult issues from depression and anxiety to eating disorders and addiction.
Our evidence-based self-help workbooks cover a variety of topics, including:
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Eating disorders
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
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From the Workbook
The second chart, called the Weekly Practice Record, enables you to outline in detail your own personal program for recovery. The chart lists all the specific strategies and skills offered in this workbook. Following each skill, in parentheses, is the recommended frequency for practice in a one-week time period. This chart enables you to check off, for each day of the week, which exercises you have practiced.
Since this is a weekly chart, you may want to make fifty-two copies of it to take you through at least a one-year time period. Of course, your actual recovery may turn out to take significantly less than one year.
―Michael A. Tompkins, PhD, author of Anxiety and Avoidance and codirector of the San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy
―Bill Knaus, EdD, author of The Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Depression and The Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Anxiety
―Timothy A. Sisemore, PhD, director of research and professor of counseling and psychology at Richmont Graduate University and author of Free from OCD
―Lynne Henderson, founder of the Social Fitness Center and founder and codirector, with Philip Zimbardo, of the Shyness Institute
––Mani Feniger, author of Journey from Anxiety to Freedom
―Authoritative Guide to Self-Help Resources in Mental Health, Revised Edition
―Reid Wilson, author of Don’t Panic
―Christopher McCullough, author of Managing Your Anxiety
―Child and Behavior Therapy
―Midwest Book Review
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God Bless and Good Luck!
The affirmations are stellar, the feelings lists extremely helpful in promoting healthy verbal expressions of emotion, and the deep diaphragmatic breathing section of Chapter 4 is the best ever!
Demystifying panic attacks is done in an easily understandable and scientifically correct way!!
Love this tool for all of us!
Without hesitation, a true "5"!
Corpus Christi TX
Dr. Bourne presents a wide range of techniques to help with calming the anxious mind. The book contains many specific worksheets and exercises, inviting direct engagement with CBT while reading the book.
There's so much that is helpful here that I'm hesitant to deduct a star, but I did because some of the information in nutrition and natural supplements needed better documentation OR it needed to be more clearly presented as potentially helpful opinion. And the ideas presented in the chapter on spirituality would have benefited from clearer analysis of potential points of friction for those without deistic beliefs, as well as those within various traditions. While there are common themes running through a variety of religious traditions, important differences were not considered here. (And acknowledging them would have strengthened, not weakened, the material, in my opinion.)