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A Practical Guide to Mental and Emotional Freedom! Feeling lost about how to effectively treat disturbing intrusive thoughts? You’re not alone! This book contains the best advice from a former sufferer of anxiety, depression, and intrusive thoughts. Inspired by compassion, this book is a gift to fellow casualties of negative thought patterns, destructive behaviours, A Practical Guide to Mental and Emotional Freedom! Feeling lost about how to effectively treat disturbing intrusive thoughts? You’re not alone! This book contains the best advice from a former sufferer of anxiety, depression, and intrusive thoughts. Inspired by compassion, this book is a gift to fellow casualties of negative thought patterns, destructive behaviours, self-loathers, and those wishing freedom from persistent demons. Only by meeting our demons face-to-face can we hope to prevail and achieve inner peace. Happiness is a trainable, attainable skill! The most proven method for successfully treating mental suffering is CBT. However, there are also complimentary practices coming from Buddhist and Stoic philosophy. This book is aimed at equipping you with the best and most effective techniques for overcoming depression, anxiety, and intrusive thoughts. These are long-term solutions that have stood the test of time and scientific rigour. Self-compassion is at the heart CBT. Take a chance on this book today! Exactly What You Will Learn… How To… Understand the Obstacles in Your Life Embrace Your Fate in a Loving Way Turn Tragedy into Triumph Open to Change, Discover Wisdom, and Let Go Wise Discernment: Good or Bad Advice? Perform Experiments in the Mind’s Laboratory (P.S. This is the best chapter – feel free to skip ahead!) Being the Mountain for Family, Friends, Community, and Humanity One-Click for a Healthier, Happier Mind! Tags: Training, Techniques, Course, Self-Help, Online, Books, Anxiety, Depression, Cure, Insomnia, Phobias, Intrusive Thoughts, CBT, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Your Stress-Free Life.


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A Practical Guide to Mental and Emotional Freedom! Feeling lost about how to effectively treat disturbing intrusive thoughts? You’re not alone! This book contains the best advice from a former sufferer of anxiety, depression, and intrusive thoughts. Inspired by compassion, this book is a gift to fellow casualties of negative thought patterns, destructive behaviours, A Practical Guide to Mental and Emotional Freedom! Feeling lost about how to effectively treat disturbing intrusive thoughts? You’re not alone! This book contains the best advice from a former sufferer of anxiety, depression, and intrusive thoughts. Inspired by compassion, this book is a gift to fellow casualties of negative thought patterns, destructive behaviours, self-loathers, and those wishing freedom from persistent demons. Only by meeting our demons face-to-face can we hope to prevail and achieve inner peace. Happiness is a trainable, attainable skill! The most proven method for successfully treating mental suffering is CBT. However, there are also complimentary practices coming from Buddhist and Stoic philosophy. This book is aimed at equipping you with the best and most effective techniques for overcoming depression, anxiety, and intrusive thoughts. These are long-term solutions that have stood the test of time and scientific rigour. Self-compassion is at the heart CBT. Take a chance on this book today! Exactly What You Will Learn… How To… Understand the Obstacles in Your Life Embrace Your Fate in a Loving Way Turn Tragedy into Triumph Open to Change, Discover Wisdom, and Let Go Wise Discernment: Good or Bad Advice? Perform Experiments in the Mind’s Laboratory (P.S. This is the best chapter – feel free to skip ahead!) Being the Mountain for Family, Friends, Community, and Humanity One-Click for a Healthier, Happier Mind! Tags: Training, Techniques, Course, Self-Help, Online, Books, Anxiety, Depression, Cure, Insomnia, Phobias, Intrusive Thoughts, CBT, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Your Stress-Free Life.

30 review for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: 7 Ways to Freedom from Anxiety, Depression, and Intrusive Thoughts (Training, Techniques, Course, Self-Help)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Danessa Violette

    THANK you Lawrence Wallace for this book, I've needed it!!! Excellent advice. Initially when I down loaded this book I assumed it may just be another book with semi helpful advice. Or that this book could be basic common knowledge. Not at all! I'm so happy with the massive insight I received. The author a fascinating, fresh outlook on a variety of behavioral therapy techniques that I had never heard of. This opens a whole new world of possibilities to me. I have to go back to the skills the autho THANK you Lawrence Wallace for this book, I've needed it!!! Excellent advice. Initially when I down loaded this book I assumed it may just be another book with semi helpful advice. Or that this book could be basic common knowledge. Not at all! I'm so happy with the massive insight I received. The author a fascinating, fresh outlook on a variety of behavioral therapy techniques that I had never heard of. This opens a whole new world of possibilities to me. I have to go back to the skills the author offers to the reader. He applies his intellectual perspective in such a unique open, enlightening manner I was able to not only get the source of many of these behavioral habits/issues, and breaking down my learned techniques, but I am now capable of understanding. It's as if I've had a puzzle in front of me missing a piece for a very long time. I got closer to the piece with each book and articles and professional services but couldn't find the exact piece until now!

  2. 5 out of 5

    lindse pfannenstiel

    Great read This is great for people with anxiety. I think half the battle is knowing how the brain works. Then the next step is practicing what you learned.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paula

    Offers Easy To Comprehend Advice Based on the belief that happiness is a trainable, attainable skill Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: 7 Steps to Freedom from Anxiety, Depression, and Intrusive Thoughts (Training, Techniques, Course, Self-Help Book 1) by Lawrence Wallace offers insight into the CBT process that even someone like me, who at fifty years old has only been exposed to therapy as a teenager, can appreciate. Each step is laid out is clear, well-defined chapters that make them easy to follow Offers Easy To Comprehend Advice Based on the belief that happiness is a trainable, attainable skill Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: 7 Steps to Freedom from Anxiety, Depression, and Intrusive Thoughts (Training, Techniques, Course, Self-Help Book 1) by Lawrence Wallace offers insight into the CBT process that even someone like me, who at fifty years old has only been exposed to therapy as a teenager, can appreciate. Each step is laid out is clear, well-defined chapters that make them easy to follow and digest. As you are taken through each of the steps, the author offers great insight into what to expect and gives the reader motivation that comes across as sincere. You feel that he has been there and done that. We can all benefit from the ideas behind and by having the skill set of that the CBT techniques provide. I am really excited about the concept of a thought journal and will be incorporating one into my life as a way to dispel some of the negative thoughts that invade my head. I believe this well-written book can help you grow as a person by offering you the chance to realize your role in your own emotional upheaval. It can guide you in understanding how you can take back your power. Just open your mind to CBT as the clever cover eludes to.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Smith

    I will start off by saying that in this review I am not going to go into detail of what the cognitive behavioral theory in this book is or what the seven steps are. since that would take a very long time to do so, this review is just going to be a basic overview of the things I like about this book and the things I did not. First I will say that I did enjoy this book, which I will be perfectly honest in saying that when I first got the book I was skeptical, I figure it would be a bunch of flowe I will start off by saying that in this review I am not going to go into detail of what the cognitive behavioral theory in this book is or what the seven steps are. since that would take a very long time to do so, this review is just going to be a basic overview of the things I like about this book and the things I did not. First I will say that I did enjoy this book, which I will be perfectly honest in saying that when I first got the book I was skeptical, I figure it would be a bunch of flowery languages disguising information most people already know, but I will say I was pleasantly surprised that this was actually very useful and useable information. The author did a fantastic job of breaking down, something as large and overwhelming as, the cognitive behavioral theory into seven easily understandable and usable steps. By doing so it makes the theory repeatable, which helps it become a habit and of course things that are habits help to change the way a person thinks and views situations and their thoughts on those situations. I also really enjoyed how the author added factual information, it shows that this theory is based on facts and that it has been thoroughly tested. The author also did make it a point that this factual information was not overly done so that the reader felt they were reading a textbook. Just enough to show the reader that what is written isn't just purely made up by the author. I also like the additions in and to the book, the first being the addition of the look into the aspect of religions and how they relate to this theory, but I will say one issue I did have with the book was that of all the religions that were featured where not all featured equally which might seem like some where favored over others. Second would be the addition of the worksheets at the end of the book are also a huge plus, since the book states to write down lots information that is beneficial in helping changing the thoughts. The third and final would be the steps to Peace of Mind, it was short and sweet! Overall, I would give this a four out of five stars. For someone finding themselves constantly thinking negative thoughts, those with anxiety and depression this step by step processes is very useful and a this book I would highly recommend to them.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Radmall

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is currently one of the most popular methods used to address a variety of disorders, including Anxiety, Depression, and Obsessive-Compulsive disorder, among many others. In this short book Wallace gives a synopsis of the origins of this technique, how it works, and the instances in which a CBT program on its own may not be appropriate. It is then followed by a simple 7 step process the reader with examples in each step that can assist the reader in beginning hi Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is currently one of the most popular methods used to address a variety of disorders, including Anxiety, Depression, and Obsessive-Compulsive disorder, among many others. In this short book Wallace gives a synopsis of the origins of this technique, how it works, and the instances in which a CBT program on its own may not be appropriate. It is then followed by a simple 7 step process the reader with examples in each step that can assist the reader in beginning his or her own program. Throughout the book the author uses religious and philosophical texts and points of view that may assist the reader in processing the information, which include Buddhism, Stoicism, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and Christianity. At the end the author provides resources, encourages readers to seek assistance from a trained person, and a few work sheets. The book cover definitely caught my eye with a shadow person inserting a new cog into their head and I found it representative of the book's contents. I enjoyed the inclusion of the religious and philosophical texts and that the author chose a variety in order to help the reader integrate the process with his or her own personal beliefs. This text will assist a reader in deciding if CBT may be the solution he or she is looking for with it's readable explanations and process. Due to it's short-length, however, it is not in-depth and readers will likely need to pursue other resources or assistance from a trained counselor to proceed.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Dunton

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy talks about seven steps that can help a person overcome their anxiety and negative thoughts. It is written by Lawrence Wallace. It is a nonfiction book that was released in 2014. I really enjoyed this book. I started reading it thinking that it would just be a boring jumble of technical wording, but I was pleasantly surprised to find I was wrong. I really enjoyed the book. In fact, I'd love to go back and take notes on the book when I'm able to. It's very helpful and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy talks about seven steps that can help a person overcome their anxiety and negative thoughts. It is written by Lawrence Wallace. It is a nonfiction book that was released in 2014. I really enjoyed this book. I started reading it thinking that it would just be a boring jumble of technical wording, but I was pleasantly surprised to find I was wrong. I really enjoyed the book. In fact, I'd love to go back and take notes on the book when I'm able to. It's very helpful and very easy to follow. 42 There wasn't anything I didn't like about this book. There were the usual typos in the book. It could use a slight polish up, but other than that, it was great. There weren't any problems. It was an easy and short read that I enjoyed very much. I do fully recommend this book. Especially for anybody who suffers from mental disorders. I feel that it could really be beneficial to somebody's life. I would get many physical copies of this book if I could and pass them along to people I feel really need it. That's how impressed I was with this book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Che Ang

    It provides simple and easy to understand instructions that can improve your life and mental status such as learning to control your thoughts or circumstances and not letting them overpower you. This book was really inspiring and motivating. It was evident that the author did extensive research and along with his former sufferings of anxiety and depression, he was able to put together this power read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Winnie Tan

    This book provides in-depth, step-by-step strategies for defeating depression. The exercises and insights in this book are very much in contrast to prevailing counseling practices, which assume that if you merely talk about your depression, it will eventually resolve itself. I highly recommend this workbook for anyone who wants to get out of negative thinking and become a more positive and happy person.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Natalia Ryder

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Made Simple is an excellent resource for taking these effective tools and making them clear and attainable for anyone who is seeking to benefit from them! I have been going through CBT to deal with some anxiety and this gave me a greater understanding of why we do certain activities.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Fern Rose

    I've found this book particularly interesting for those of you that should to teach CBT techniques to people who are in their first steps of education. Learning cognitive behavior therapy is not just self-help book, but I found that discovering how professionals learn to use CBT has helped me recognize my own difficulties better and understand more clearly how to deal with them. I've found this book particularly interesting for those of you that should to teach CBT techniques to people who are in their first steps of education. Learning cognitive behavior therapy is not just self-help book, but I found that discovering how professionals learn to use CBT has helped me recognize my own difficulties better and understand more clearly how to deal with them.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Zoey

    This book has been my resource for helping many people with mental health issues by using the basic principles it contains. The exercises within it will be helpful in moving forward and finding momentum to reduce or remove biased thinking about self and circumstances. Use this powerful tool to help yourself or someone else.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Willy Smith

    This easy to understand guide book is well illustrated the term cognitive behavioral therapy. A perfect guide which should be read by everyone because it is consisted on the counseling to overcome anxiety and depression. A detailed and informative book to help you understand the nature of behavior and how to adapt and change it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ralph Smith

    This book uses the teachings of CBT along with the teachings of rational emotive behavior therapy to help people overcome their feelings of anxiety and panic. It is meant to be used by clients either by themselves or with the guidance of a therapist.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Merci West

    This book gives you detailed instructions on how to overcome anxiety and depression. With it broken down into seven steps it makes it easier to follow. Having depression and anxiety myself this book has helped me to understand the underlying problems.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rhian Jones

    This is straight to the point with many helpful details if you need them. I love the workbook in the back, and the recap with each chapter. It helped me with my note-taking and it's very useful to flip back to when I get side-tracked. A nice, positive but realistic book. Thank you for writing this! This is straight to the point with many helpful details if you need them. I love the workbook in the back, and the recap with each chapter. It helped me with my note-taking and it's very useful to flip back to when I get side-tracked. A nice, positive but realistic book. Thank you for writing this!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Clark

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is helpful for many difficulties and challenges that people face every day, like anxiety, depression, anger, and procrastination. Insightful and a perfect book! I liked its content that gives some information about CBT.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shiera Marie

    It is very comforting and enlightening to hear how he gently leads and teaches his patients to deal with their problems. This course would be immensely helpful to anyone who is going through a tough time in their life. It would also be a very kind present to give someone else who is suffering and needs help.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Smith Jared

    Great book on understanding how to overcome anxiety, wants more help on controlling negative thoughts or depression, i would definitely recommend this book to anyone struggling with any of these or simply would like to know more on behavioral therapy.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Divina Lee

    This is just a fantastic book for anyone who is just becoming famaliar with CBT. I will always refer back to it. I am still reading it but so far it has offered me insight into how a session using CBT would look like step by step. A must have for any bookshelf.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kara Jones

    Excellent book!! Acquire knowledge of depression and anxiety as they pertain to the symptoms that occur and causes of the disorders. I would suggest this for any individual who is keen on this subject.I am so cheerful I discovered this book.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bella Hanes

    I leaned so many effective things from this book. I was actually amazed by seeing how many important suggestions gathered in such a great book. Author did an excellent job. I'll surely recommend this book to my friends and family. Happy reading!! I leaned so many effective things from this book. I was actually amazed by seeing how many important suggestions gathered in such a great book. Author did an excellent job. I'll surely recommend this book to my friends and family. Happy reading!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Carla Jonez

    Having read this book for research in helping a loved one in my life I found a great deal of valuable information that I shall use to improve my own well being to a higher level than I already gratefully have. Thanks to the author and may the universe reward you in abundance.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Dessa Gil

    Really amazing book for me Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. All data represented intimately special for higher perceive. This book contains lots of helpful information that's are really amazing. I am really impress to get this book. I highly recommended this book to everyone. Really amazing book for me Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. All data represented intimately special for higher perceive. This book contains lots of helpful information that's are really amazing. I am really impress to get this book. I highly recommended this book to everyone.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Harry Smith

    If you have depression and you're new to CBT you will probably find this book a bit intimidating and a bit too high brow. Start with something lighter and easier to digest like one of the books by Lawrence Wallace . If you have depression and you're new to CBT you will probably find this book a bit intimidating and a bit too high brow. Start with something lighter and easier to digest like one of the books by Lawrence Wallace .

  25. 4 out of 5

    Adora Chui

    This is nice and it helps sort out your feelings keeps you thinking and motivated to complete things and keeps me going in the direction I need to be in. Pacing yourself is key and the follow through on your part is as well. Good book if you can commit yourself to some self love.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Grace Lee

    This is a great introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Allmost everyon can benefit from CBT at some point in their life. It's easy to read and very helpful in understanding yourself and those around you. This is a great introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Allmost everyon can benefit from CBT at some point in their life. It's easy to read and very helpful in understanding yourself and those around you.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jc Chen

    This book has been added to my resources on this subject. The material is organized and presented in a format that builds on each topic and technique. I have enjoyed learning more about CBT and this author knows what he is talking about.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Vina Lee

    I found it very useful and interesting! It takes you through each of the ways to overcome your anxiety in an informative and interesting way. With easy to follow exercises to help along the way! It builds a foundation in modern biochemistry and cognition and relates them to all religions and ancient philosophies.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jelly Woods

    A Great content guidebook for all. It is alright if you are just to begin your new lifeestyle and all the basics comes with tips for how to begin your new lifestyle and all the basics about the keto diet.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Christian Lee

    Best guide! I think everyone should try this book and learn how CBT works. Read to this goodreads book, and it will make you better than ever. Simple guide and techniques but very effective if you apply.

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