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Mind over mood : change how you feel by changing the way you think / Dennis Greenberger, Christine A. Padesky ; foreword by Aaron T. Beck.

By: Greenberger, Dennis [author.].
Contributor(s): Padesky, Christine A [author.] | Beck, Aaron T [writer of foreword.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : The Guilford Press, 1995Description: ix, 215, [26] p. : ill., facsims., forms ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780898621280; 0898621283.Subject(s): Affective disorders -- Treatment | Cognitive therapyDDC classification: 616.89/142
Contents:
Understanding your problems -- It's the thought that counts -- Identifying and rating moods -- Situations, moods, and thoughts -- Automatic thoughts -- Where's the evidence? -- Alternative or balanced thinking -- Experiments and action plans -- Assumptions and core beliefs -- Understanding depression -- Understanding anxiety -- Understanding anger, guilt, and shame.
Summary: A hands-on workbook for therapy clients suffering from depression,panic attacks, anxiety, eating disorders, substance abuse, and relationship problems, using case examples and written exercises to help clients understand and use cognitive therapy methods.
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Non Fiction 616.8914 GRE (Browse shelf) 1 Available A00652006
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Understanding your problems -- It's the thought that counts -- Identifying and rating moods -- Situations, moods, and thoughts -- Automatic thoughts -- Where's the evidence? -- Alternative or balanced thinking -- Experiments and action plans -- Assumptions and core beliefs -- Understanding depression -- Understanding anxiety -- Understanding anger, guilt, and shame.

A hands-on workbook for therapy clients suffering from depression,panic attacks, anxiety, eating disorders, substance abuse, and relationship problems, using case examples and written exercises to help clients understand and use cognitive therapy methods.

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