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Title The Compassionate Mind Guide to Overcoming Anxiety
Author Dennis D. Tirch
Publisher New Harbinger Publications Incorporated
Release 2012
Category Psychology
Total Pages 211
ISBN 9781608820368
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Encourages readers to embrace self-compassion in order to discover their anxiety triggers, move past fearful experiences and be kinder to others. Original.

Title The Compassionate Mind Approach to Overcoming Anxiety
Author Dennis Tirch
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2012-01-19
Category Medical
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1849019606
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

We know what it's like to worry from time to time, but for some of us, our worrying can take over and have a serious impact on our lives. When our anxiety gets out of hand and starts to dominate our lives, affecting how we function and our general sense of wellbeing, it's time to do something about it. This accessible self-help guide provides the reader with a clear understanding of how problem anxiety develops, the kinds of problems it's causing them and sets out ground-breaking Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) techniques to overcome their anxiety . CFT was initially developed by Professor Paul Gilbert OBE, author of the bestselling The Compassionate Mind which set out his ground-breaking approach, to treat those with high levels of shame and self-criticism. It uses the proven, research-based techniques of CBT and other therapies with a special focus on the importance of developing inner compassion, in order to alleviate feelings of shame, develop a more balanced outlook and promote resilience. It incorporates elements of mindfulness and Tibetan Buddhism with recent research on human development and studies of the brain. It is increasingly used to treat a wide range of emotional and psychological problems including depression, overeating, shyness, trauma, anxiety and anger.

Title The Compassionate mind Guide to Building Social Confidence
Author Lynne Henderson
Publisher New Harbinger Publications
Release 2011
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 249
ISBN 1572249765
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Uses compassion-based therapy to help readers gain the confidence they need to connect with others and develop skills for reducing shame and self-judgement. Original.

The Compassionate Mind by Paul Gilbert

Title The Compassionate Mind
Author Paul Gilbert
Publisher New Harbinger Publications
Release 2010
Category Medical
Total Pages 513
ISBN 1572248408
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The author of Overcoming Depression offers an alternative to the traditional western view of compassion, outlining findings about the value of compassion and how it works, and taking readers through basic mind training exercises to enhance the capacity for, and use of, compassion. Original.

Title The Compassionate Mind Guide to Building Social Confidence
Author Henderson
Publisher
Release 2011-07-13
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 532
ISBN 9780369323699
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Shyness is a universal human emotion, a blend of fear and interest, and is associated with many positive personality traits: a considerate nature, thoughtfulness, and the ability to be a good listener, to name a few. However, withdrawing from others has its drawbacks, and if you're very shy, it's likely that you've experienced some of them: loneliness, depression, and self-blaming thoughts that are much harsher than other people's criticism would ever be. The Compassionate-Mind Guide to Building Social Confidence offers a supportive program based in compassion-focused therapy for moving past social anxiety and the self-critical thoughts that propel it. The program in this book helps you both accept your shyness as part of your personality and challenge your social anxiety when it keeps you from living the life you want. This book also provides dozens of exercises that will help you practice mindfulness, imagery, compassionate thinking, and compassionate action-critical skills that will help you develop the ability to overcome shyness and make strides toward complete social confidence.`

Title The Compassionate Mind Guide to Recovering from Trauma and PTSD
Author Deborah A. Lee
Publisher New Harbinger Publications
Release 2013-01-02
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1608828638
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Although many people who have survived trauma, abuse, and violent situations understand on a logical level that the traumatic events they experienced were not their fault, shame may still underlie their feelings and fuel post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other trauma-related psychological difficulties. For example, women who are victims of domestic abuse are often so paralyzed with the stigma of shame associated with their abuse, they don’t seek help. The Compassionate-Mind Guide to Recovering from Trauma and PTSD helps readers reduce the sense of threat they constantly feel and develop a fuller understanding of their reactions to trauma by cultivating compassion for themselves and others. The practical exercises based in compassion-focused therapy (CFT) that are offered in this book help readers gradually confront and overcome trauma-related behaviors. This approach invites readers who have undergone a traumatic experience to develop compassion for themselves and others, a sense of safety, and the ability to self-soothe when difficult memories or emotions arise. Written by an international expert on PTSD treatment, this book will prove to be an essential resource for therapists specializing in the treatment of trauma and anyone in the process of healing from a traumatic experience.

Title The Compassionate Mind Approach to Building Self Confidence
Author Mary Welford
Publisher Robinson
Release 2019-12-31
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781780330327
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Many of us have a tendency to measure our self-worth by comparing ourselves to others. But when we fail to reach our own, families, communities or societies 'ideals' this often results in feelings of inadequacy, anxiety and low mood. We may become self-critical, experience shame and a sense of being different from others. Although an improvement in 'self-esteem' is what we may feel we want this is not necessarily what we need. This is because self-esteem is often associated with times when things are going well but can fail us when things do not go to plan. In contrast self-confidence, built from self-compassion, can help us when things are going well and make us more resilient when things are difficult. This book uses the ideas and practices of Compassion Focused Therapy to help build self-confidence. Attention is also paid to difficulties that often come hand in hand with lack of self-confidence such as anxiety, depression, substance use and anger.

The Little Depression Workbook by Michael Sinclair

Title The Little Depression Workbook
Author Michael Sinclair
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2020-11-05
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1780592752
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Depression is a painful place to be - but you don't have to stay there. This pocket guide is designed to help you break free from depression and move towards the life you want. Packed full of guidance, techniques and practical exercises grounded in the latest behavioural science, this book will help you to: - Manage thoughts and feelings more effectively - Take practical steps to improve your resilience and well-being - Create a fuller and more meaningful life Written by two chartered psychologists with many years of experience in treating depression, this invaluable guide will help you navigate your way out of the dark and build a more fulfilling life.

Title Compassion Focused Therapy For Dummies
Author Mary Welford
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2016-06-02
Category Psychology
Total Pages 336
ISBN 1119078695
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Don't be so hard on yourself – use compassion focused therapy as your guide It's often said that we're our own worst critics—and it's true. Compassion Focused Therapy For Dummies offers straightforward and practical advice that helps you view yourself through a more sympathetic lens. This motivating text covers the key principles of compassion focused therapy, which guide you in caring for your wellbeing, becoming sensitive to your needs, recognising when you are distressed, and extending warmth and understanding to yourself. This transformative resource provides you with metrics that you can use to monitor your progress, including sensitivity, sympathy, empathy, and overall wellbeing. Initially developed to assist people experiencing high levels of shame and self-criticism, compassion focused therapy increases your awareness of the automatic reactions that you experience—and motivates you to combat negative reactions with kindness and affection. Used on its own or in combination with other therapeutic approaches, the value of compassion focused therapy is supported by strong neuropsychological evidence. Understand how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease—and less stress Transform difficult, potentially damaging relationships into positive aspects of your life Encourage and motivate yourself to continually meet your goals, rather than criticise yourself for perceived failures Stop being so hard on yourself, and appreciate yourself for who you are Compassion Focused Therapy For Dummies is a wonderful resource if you are seeing—or thinking about seeing—a therapist who utilises compassion techniques, or if you would like to leverage the principles of compassion focused therapy to manage your own wellbeing.

Mastery in Coaching by Jonathan Passmore

Title Mastery in Coaching
Author Jonathan Passmore
Publisher Kogan Page Limited
Release 2014
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 324
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The reasons that coaching works so well and can produce such dramatic results are grounded in psychology, so it follows that some of the most powerful coaching methods available draw on psychological thinking. This up-to-the-minute guide presents the latest thinking on the most effective techniques coaches can use with their clients. Every chapter is written by a leading expert, and takes a rigorous, evidence-based approach to provide a practical understanding of each method, as well as the underpinning psychological coaching concepts. Ranging from cognitive-behavioral coaching, Gestalt and positive psychology to neuroscience and mindfulness, this book provides coaches the tools they need to get the best from their clients.

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