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People with panic disorder become hypervigilant in monitoring their internal sensations (e.g., “Do I feel light headed?” “Is my heart beating faster?” “Am I going to have a panic attack?”). Therefore part of treatment is...

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Short link for Sharing http://youtu.be/d1Jkz4YEebE Short link for Sharing http://youtu.be/s1zTERiowLM...

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I have started making some free Cognitive Behavioral Therapy videos and putting them on YouTube. Short link for sharing: http://youtu.be/ZkA7Y1xXoyA...

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If you have problems with anxiety or stress, part of the issue will be “conditioned” physical spikes in response to certain triggers. Triggers can be all sorts of things. For example, if you’re feeling depressed,...

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Comprehensive CBT for Health Anxiety Workbook produced the the Health Dept of Western Australia. Consists of 9 Modules. Get it here – Free Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Health Anxiety Self Help My therapy clients with...

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Social Communication: Quick Tip

November 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

Using the Primacy and Recency Effects To Your Advantage What Are the Primary and Recency Effects? If people are presented with a list containing lots of items and asked to recall as many items as...

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This article contains a very basic version of the instructions for a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) technique called “Situation Exposure” I’m going to use an example of how I used this in my own life...

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This is 5 min mindfulness exercise for reducing stress that’s a favorite amongst my therapy clients. It’s especially good for people who pay too much attention to their internal sensations (for example, people with panic...

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CBT Techniques – The Thought Record

November 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

If you like this post, get loads more examples of simple CBT techniques This is example of a Disputing Thoughts Record – a common CBT technique. This is my version of a CBT technique called...

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A guy called Dr Roy Baumeister, who is one of the most famous social psychology PhDs, has a new book out about Willpower. It’s based on many research studies by his research group and by...

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