The Anxiety Getaway : How to Outsmart Your Brain's False Fear Messages and Claim Your Calm Using CBT Techniques (Science-Based Approach to Anxiety Disorders) Paperback / softback
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety ReliefMany of the available resources for managing anxiety are based on opinion rather than science.
Dr. Craig April, founder of The April Center for Anxiety Attack Management, relies on the latter.
By employing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), he helps readers break through fear for the anxiety relief they desire. Stop being anxious for nothing. Assuming the role of victim when it comes to anxiety can make us feel trapped and convince us that we have no control over getting better.
However, Dr. April has found that in most of its forms, anxiety is not a mental health disorder.
In fact, anxiety relief begins by facing our fears. Using a stripped-down, no-nonsense approach to anxiety, Dr. April takes CBT techniques and tackles anxiety at the root: false fear messages. Dare to heal your anxiety. Fear is a factor in all lives, whether we feel it plays a significant role in controlling us or not.
Lucky for us, it is also something that can be faced.
By recognizing anxiety as a result of false fear messages, we become better equipped to manage it.
An expert in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for anxiety relief, Dr. April uses over twenty years of experience to help readers face their fears and overcome their anxiety.
An indispensable book on anxiety relief for adults, you'll discover:Effective anti-anxiety methods used at The April Center for Anxiety Attack ManagementA non-victim approach to help you take back control and reclaim your lifeTips and practical tools for healing your fearsIf you benefited from anxiety books like Feeling Good (David Burns), The End of Mental Illness (Daniel Amen), Anxious for Nothing (Max Lucado), or works by Louise Hay, then you'll want to read The Anxiety Getaway.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 230 pages, No
- Publisher: Mango Media
- Publication Date: 02/07/2020
- Category: Abnormal psychology
- ISBN: 9781642502169