By Kevin L. Gyoerkoe and Pamela S. Wiegartz
#5988 Two anxiety experts team up to provide readers with 10 simple, engaging, proven-effective cognitive behavioral strategies to combat excessive worry, an energy-sapping condition that often leads to more serious anxiety-related problems.
We all worry about things from time to time, but some of us just can’t seem to stop expecting the worst – even when our expectations are very unlikely to occur. This condition, chronic worry, is disruptive all by itself, and it can lead to other, more serious anxiety problems. This little book offers a handful of easy and effective techniques for getting rid of worry once and for all.
Drawing on powerful psycho-therapeutic techniques, this book is a succinct resource of cognitive-behavioral techniques for controlling worry and reducing stress. Exercises include self-assessments, motivation builders, relaxation training, and cognitive restructuring.
After identifying and changing the negative thoughts that result in worry, you’ll learn to replace worry behaviors with other, more positive and constructive activities.
160 pages. 5¼ x 7¾. Softcover. 2007.
This item is part of 10 Simple Solutions to Life’s Many Disability and Mental Health Challenges Series.