Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: An Introduction 1 How to Use This Book 13 1 Anxiety and Concern 21 2 Depression and Sadness 59 3 Anger and Annoyance 97 4 Guilt and Remorse 141 5 Hurt and Disappointment 183 6 Jealousy and Concern for One?s Relationship 217 7 Shame and Regret 261 8 Envy and Healthy Envy 299 Theoretical Perspectives on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy 335 Glossary of Terms 338 Useful Organisations 342 Acknowledgements 344 About the Authors 344
Avy Joseph is a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist and co-founder of the companies, CityMinds and the College of Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy. He is a registered and accredited therapist with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) and a board member of The Association of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapists (AREBT). His company CityMinds is a leading psychological health therapy centre for individuals and companies working to create better working environments and relationships. Avy also lectures both nationally and internationally and is author of Capstone's Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - your route out of perfectionism, self sabotage and other every day habits. He is rapidly becoming one of the UK media's principal experts on CBT with recent features in The Sunday Times, The Evening Standard, The Daily Mail, The Independent, The Metro, Shortlist magazine, Glamour magazine, Woman magazine and Cosmopolitan magazine. Maggie Chapman is a Director and Co-founder of CityMinds and the training organisation. She is an experienced therapist who over the years has developed an integrative approach to her work, employing brief solution focused strategies. Illustrated by Patrick Watkinson.
this original book helps you put CBT intopractice. It uses pictures to help you change the way youthink and feel, and the visual representations of thoughts aresurprisingly effective. This isn t a dumbing down ofCBT, more a very clear and new way of presenting it. (Healthy Magazine, April 2013) An ingenious new book... (Health &Fitness, May 2013) It s effective, as once we picture a problem,it s easier to resolve. Give it a go with VisualCBT (Top Sante, May 2013)