Mind over moodchange how you feel by changing the way you

Mind over moodchange how you feel by changing the way you think Discover simple yet powerful steps you can take to overcome emotional distress and feel happier calmer and confident This life changing book has already helped than 1000000 readers use cognitive behavioral therapy one of today's most effective forms of psychotherapy to conuer depression anxiety panic attacks anger guilt shame low self esteem eating disorders substance abuse and relationship problems Revised and expanded to reflect significant scientific developments of the past 20 years the second edition contains numerous new features expanded content on anxiety; chapters on setting personal goals and maintaining progress; happiness rating scales; gratitude journals; innovative exercises focused on mindfulness acceptance and forgiveness; new worksheets; and much   Mind Over Mood will help youLearn proven powerful practical strategies to transform your lifeFollow step by step plans to overcome depression anxiety anger guilt and shameSet doable personal goals and track your progress you can photocopy the worksheets from the book or download and print additional copiesPractice your new skills until they become second nature Cited as “The Most Influential Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Publication” by the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies and included in the UK National Health Service Bibliotherapy Program 


10 thoughts on “Mind over moodchange how you feel by changing the way you think

  1. Katie Katie says:

    I highly recommend this book to anyone curious about or taking part in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT CBT is used to help people cope with issues such as depression anxiety anger low self esteem panic attacks and so on CBT helps us understand how our core beliefs thoughts emotions and behaviour are all intertwined CBT then helps us correct any flawed beliefs or thoughts that are causing us to act or react in any way that isn't helpful healthy or functional This book carefully explains the value of thought records what they are and how to create them Thought records help us to connect our reactions and emotions to our core beliefs and thoughts By doing so we can trace back why it is we react the way we do and then consider an alternative healthier beliefthought This book explains this process very clearly and very well


  2. Benji Benji says:

    There's the book and then there's the approach The approach is explained well the book doesn't distract from that Some repetition but that's important too For me this is a good starting point I'll definitely try to photocopy the sheets so I have many on hand The Reviewers on Goodreads seem to be either users of the book or perscribers of the book I was hoping for some meaty theoretical info but apparently cognitive therapy is as straightforward as can beThe techniues I feel would complement very well a meditation course when all's said and done this is basically what you're doing watching a thought trigger an emotion then giving yourself some space to evaluate its causal attributions before letting the effects grip you and steer you down a path you don't want Eventually you're able to replacey our automatic errant thoughts with a balanced version that leavens the bulk with a handful of potential positive theories for what just happened and so takes some of the bitter flavor away recognizing both rather than only the positive or only the negative Repeat until it becomes second nature and voila mind over mood


  3. Sinder Sinder says:

    I've been working with this book for a few months now and it's completely changed my mood my thoughts and helped me deal with issues correctly rather than how I was previously dealing with things This book is a MUST for someone who is having problems coping with things when they go wrong It's a perfect book for rehabilitation of the mind


  4. Serith Serith says:

    This is the first book I recommend to people who –for whatever reason– can’t get help for their mental disorders since this is what my two CBT groups followed when I was in for depression and later bipolar disorder And it worked for the most part It’s circumstantial so I’ll elaborate furtherThis book is covers a lot of mood disorders and gives you the tools to manage imbalanced thoughts The trick is putting the effort into it I find this method helps better in short term because the steps can be forgotten over time and are easy to discard when you aren’t in a clear frame of mind It also works better for emotions triggered by situations; when you don’t know what it upsetting you it’s difficult to follow the process That being said it still can help ease problems that arise afterwards but it’s not a magical cure It’s a tool that won’t always work but when it does it’s a saviorTo get personal I have noticed some lasting differences I’m not free of depression bipolar but I used to be self conscious and now I’m not as harsh on myself For that I’m gratefulSo all in all the tools included are helpful when it can be applied It allows you to be able to help yourself and that independence can be nice


  5. Tammy Tammy says:

    I suffer from anxiety This book was recently recommended to me by my regular family doctor to see if I could change my negative thoughts into positive ones I don't feel any different now that I've read it These are the things I will remember Whenever you experience a mood there is a thought connected to it which defines the mood seems simple enough but for some reason I'd never thought of it that wayNegative thinking about the world is a style of thinking in which we notice and remember negative aspects of our experiences vividly than positive or neutral eventsA child begins to develop and use language to make sense of experiences at the ages of 2 and 3 That knowledge will guide their behavior For example they will think Dogs bite or Dogs are friendly Because core beliefs help us make sense of our world at such a young age it may never occur to us to evaluate them as an adult


  6. Missy Missy says:

    This book help me overcome panic attacks It can also be applied to Depression Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Rocks


  7. Sam (Hissing Potatoes) Sam (Hissing Potatoes) says:

    Life changing It's extremely clear and useful on its own but if you have the means it can be really helpful to work through this book with a therapist


  8. AccioHealth AccioHealth says:

    This book mainly focuses on how Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT can be used to treat the negative feelings of anxiety and depressive symptoms CBT is used to help people cope with issues such as depression anxiety anger low self esteem panic attacks and so on CBT helps us understand how our core beliefs thoughts emotions and behaviour are all interconnected and so they affect each other Thus the focus of CBT is to help us correct any beliefs or thoughts that are causing us to act or react in any way that isn't helpful healthy or functionalThis book uses the techniue of Thought Records to teach us how to replace our negative beliefs and thoughts with rational ones It teaches us in detail what thought records are how they are created and how you can use them effectively It also contains some checklists that can be used to identify your symptoms of depression and anxiety It is a good self help CBT book which is easy to follow and use


  9. Cynthia Millar Cynthia Millar says:

    I have found this book truly beneficial to improving my mental health I have always had an interest in psychology and a believer of cognitive behavioral therapy The way the book is written is easy for anyone to understand The exercises are well explained and really help you to dive deep into the reasons why you may be feeling or acting a certain way The skills you develop through this workbook will be beneficial to my life as well as those around me as I have become emotionally aware This book would be beneficial to anyone suffering from mood disorders such as depression anxiety anger guilt etc or if someone is simply wanting to learn how to grow as a person and improve their own understanding of themselves


  10. Luis “Trying to read more” Soares Luis “Trying to read more” Soares says:

    Whether or not you are interested in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy this is a great book for therapists and general public to deepen their insight into the connections between thoughts feelings and behaviour Calling it a self help book doesn’t do its justice It is a exploratory manual to help deal with depression anxiety anger guilt and shame using simple but effective worksheets and strategies It is something that you can use on your own or alongside a therapist that does empower to resolve challenging emotional states with the power of cognition As a mental health professional I absolutely recommend this book to everyone who is willing to change the way they live their lives


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