Overcoming Social Anxiety and Shyness A Self-Help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques

Overcoming Social Anxiety and Shyness: A Self-Help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques.  Step-by-step self-improvement manuals that expose readers to the procedures of the highly renowned cognitive behavioral therapy technique in order to help them overcome a wide range of problematic conditions, including worry, body image issues, obsessive compulsive disorder, and more. The Overcoming series’ books are simple, direct, and practical, and they treat problems by modifying unhelpful patterns of behavior and cognition. Developed by psychiatrist Aaron T. Beck, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is now widely regarded as a realistic method for resolving long-term and burdensome psychological and physical disorders. Our sensations and behaviors are caused by our thoughts, according to CBT. Even if our circumstances do not change, we can improve our mood by changing our self-defeating thinking patterns. This upbeat, practical approach is well-liked by both therapists and patients. The Overcoming Series includes the following books: Describe the disorder’s history and background, as well as who is likely to be affected and what the primary symptoms are. diagnostic questions, case studies, and workbook-style structures give a structure appropriate for personal use or in a program using guided self-help strategies. exercises that are interactive Step-by-step procedures such as diary and record-keeping, problem-solving, and symptom management are all covered. offer summaries of all available treatment choices provide authoritative, straightforward solutions to widespread, complex emotional disorders, are widely endorsed by specialists around the world, and provide readers with a cost-effective and simple treatment approach