This mental health guide by a clinical psychologist who directs a consumer help blog explains how we can recognize mental errors when interpreting our experiences. Narrating in a charming yet determined tone, Liza Seneca is a good match for the therapist's formulaic guidance and prescriptions. Her tone channels the author's confidence without sounding doctrinaire. At its core, this is an affirming lesson with empowering advice on how to recognize the mental biases that distort life's events and lead to internalized negative views of ourselves. Cognitive behavioral therapy is a treatment approach that was dominant in the 1970s and is enjoying a resurgence in popularity. For the intellectual listener, the author's detailed questionnaires and exercises will boost awareness of the ways overthinking can make a good experience bad and a bad experience worse. T.W. © AudioFile 2022, Portland, Maine [Published: JUNE 2022]
Digital Download Andrews McMeel Publishing 2022
DD ISBN $24.56
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