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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

7 Ways to Freedom from Anxiety, Depression, and Intrusive Thoughts
Narrated by: Rob Drex
Length: 3 hrs and 3 mins
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Publisher's Summary

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 behaviors, 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 rigor. 

Self-compassion is at the heart CBT. Take a chance on this book today! 

You will learn exactly how to: 

  • Understand what makes your mind tick 
  • See the link between spirituality and self-help 
  • Confront anxiety head-on! 
  • Challenge unhelpful, intrusive thoughts 
  • Build a better relationship with yourself 
  • Break bad habits and enjoy life! 
  • Optimal life management + bonus workbook! 

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio. 

©2016 Mark Jones (P)2017 Mark Jones

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Terrible

I couldn’t bare listening to the sound of this guy’s voice . Nothing to do with CBT.

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  • Henry
  • 15-05-2017

Must have this book

Happiness is in the quality of your thoughts. If you can change your thoughts, you can change your life. And that's exactly what this book teaches you how to do.
I really enjoyed this book. It's filled with highly helpful information on how to cope with anxiety, depression and negativity in general. I realized that I have a lot of negative thoughts that I was not aware of, and now I'll apply what I read in the book to start having a more positive life.

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  • Sheen Cruise
  • 08-05-2017

Just the way I expected It

Would you consider the audio edition of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to be better than the print version?

I am not a kind of person who loves reading and so I would say this audio is best for me rather than its book. I also felt that the reader talked to me personally and concern about me. This self help book is an inspirational and really motivated me. Can't wait for the other audio book of same author.

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  • Alvin PF
  • 29-06-2017

Recommended by my friend!

What about Rob Drex’s performance did you like?

I want to thank the author for making this audible since I have understood it better than reading. It motivated me to become a better man. Want more of this.

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  • Felixie F.
  • 04-05-2017

This book has helped me a lot.

Recently had bouts of acute anxiety and was looking for something to guide me, this book has changed me for the good and I couldn't be more grateful that this book helped me a lot.

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  • K.R.T.
  • 28-04-2017

Great Guide!

A wonderful resource to have at your fingertips. Some excellent tips on how to combat depression and anxiety. Learned a few new mechanisms to try out in the future. Pleased I found this one. Nice work!

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  • Abhirath CG
  • 29-06-2017

Thanks for the help!

If you could sum up Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in three words, what would they be?

This audio book helped me in realizing many things and where to focus once negativity will hit the ground. An almost 2 hour audio is really worth listening.

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  • Eula Schultz
  • 15-05-2017

five stars

Wonderful and very informative book. I'm glad I purchased it. It helped me to understand . This method of therapy is explained in a way that someone not in the medical field can understand. I purchased the book "used" through Amazon at a reasonable price. Thank you, Amazon! and thanks to the author......Its worthy.........

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  • Emmanuel
  • 15-01-2019

this is an amazing book

this is an amazing book if one suffers from anxiety and depression. there is hope down the tunnel, but it s gonna require some work on your part

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  • Snuggs
  • 17-02-2018

Amazing help !

This book is so clear and direct and easy ways to understand , makes one actually feel good and uplifted ! So so helpful

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  • CLane
  • 04-02-2018

Needs new narrator

What didn’t you like about Rob Drex’s performance?

The inflection in his voice when he tries to sound like a different character is somewhat painful.

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Good information with the right narrator.

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  • natz
  • 04-11-2017

Great aid in beginning to come out of depression.

It is a gold mine for someone with depression or other mood disorders who is looking for something beyond psychoanalysis that can deliver results fairly quickly.As a sufferer of chronic depression and anxiety, I found this book extremely helpful.

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  • ana
  • 04-11-2017

it really gives you some excercises

His CBT approach is very helpful in teaching you to analyze your thoughts and it teaches you how to think differently. The techniques and insight of this audiobook, along with general progress, has helped my anxiety tenfold.

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  • 匿名
  • 26-03-2018

narrator was definitely a robot

terrible robot narrator destroyed the book, which otherwise had a decent message and was fairly insightful

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  • Damo
  • 30-01-2018

I sadly found this almost impossible to listen to

ok, ideas in the book are good. However, the narration is soooo awful. For me it really put me off and I had to force myself to listen to it. It sometimes sounds like you're being read to my some faux-human pc speech program, sometimes even more monotone. His 'first person' voice for such statements like "what if nobody likes me?" are read in a condescending voice that I couldn't work out if it was a joke/dare. His female voice sounds like a bad (no not bad, more derogatory) impression of a flamboyant drag queen.
I've listened to a number of books on audible monthly plan, this is my first review, I feel that strong about it. I sincerely hope that it doesn't put someone off who needs the book's messages and techniques. I will need to buy this book and read it myself.

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  • Miss L. M. Copeland
  • 05-12-2017

Useful but didn't like the reading tone

I am very open to the information provided in this book, but felt the tone in which it was read to be somewhere between patronising and a bit airy fairy. I forced myself to get past that and listen to the content, which is very good.

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  • gian
  • 11-11-2017

tool to apply the thinking strategy of CBT

This is an easy to read, powerful resource for anyone struggling with anxiety or depression. The book is extremely relatable; it is written in a warm and welcoming tone, encouraging and empowering you to learn new skills.

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  • kate
  • 06-11-2017

thinking in depth about the way of view

this book was the first time I can distinctly remember thinking in depth about the way I view my relationship between my thoughts, feelings, and actions. Some of the philosophy expressed in these audiobook helped me, and still helps me, feel less bad about things, via viewing feelings as results of thinking and knowing that I'm able, to a large degree, to choose/control the way I react to situations.

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  • hailey
  • 04-11-2017

best book!not like any selfhelp book I've ever had

Amazing book. I saw it on my therapist desk and decided to download.It. Now I know all her techniques! After years of anxiety, panic attacks and constant paranoia and worry the excersices in this book really help.me. great book!

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  • jency
  • 13-06-2017

In formative useful, great starting point

The book contains a lot of helpful tips on how our mind can be so powerful. Easy to use in daily life, each step prepares the reader for the steps ahead in order to beat anxiety and negative thought processes.This book stands out for its easily readable explanation of what cognitive behavioral therapy is and the practical advice.I really love the lessons I learned from here Easy to follow instruction work book was useful and easy to follow instruction well written great started options to self help and I strongly recommend it.

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  • Percy Tapia
  • 11-06-2017

easy to follow

The introduction is great and had me interested quickly. This author speaks freel and the tone is comfortable and easy to understand. The breakdown of WHY and HOW is not intimidating and actually very interesting. Especially the history of different methods used for patients with anxiety.highly recommended.

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