Descripción del producto
We all worry about stuff in our lives, but some of us may find ourselves worrying excessively, even about those things completely beyond our control. Or we may simply find that worrying thoughts are dominating our daily life and are destroying our quality of life.
Of course we all have worries, but rather than labelling yourself a 'worry wart' or 'worrier', you can overcome your chronic anxiety and start to lead a happier, more fulfilling life.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, on which this self-help book is based, is a recognised, effective treatment for anxiety. It will help you to recognise and challenge your negative and anxious thoughts, and change any behaviour which may have inadvertently kept your anxiety going, and move towards a more worry-free future.
Biografía del autor
Dr Cate Howell is a general practitioner specialising in mental health and counselling for the past sixteen years. She has a consultancy with Dr Michele Murphy, which provides professional and workplace training. In addition, she is lecturer at the University of Adelaide in mental health primary care and grief and palliative care, as well as the manager of the Adelaide North East Division of General Practice, and consultant to the Adelaide to Outback Training Program. She is a past president of the Australian College of Psychological Medicine.Dr Michele Murphy is a clinical psychologist working in private practice. She also lectures for the University of Adelaide and is a consultant psychologist with the Adelaide North East Division of General Practice. Michele currently provides individual and group therapy while also training and supervising psychology students at Masters level.