The Negative Thoughts Workbook

CBT Skills to Overcome the Repetitive Worry, Shame, and Rumination That Drive Anxiety and Depression

by David A. Clark

Foreword by Robert L. Leahy

Published by: New Harbinger Publications

Imprint: New Harbinger Publications

200 Pages, 8.00 x 10.00 x 0.00 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781684035052
  • Published: October 2020

$21.95

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A proven-effective CBT approach to help you break the cycle of repetitive negative thinking

If you suffer from anxiety or depression, chances are you also experience unwanted, distressing, and repetitive thoughts. These negative thoughts are often grounded in anger, guilt, shame, worry, humiliation, resentment, or regret. And the more you try to gain control over these thoughts, the more they seem to spiral out of your control. So, how can you break free from this self-defeating ‘mind trap,’ and experience lasting peace and relief?

The Negative Thoughts Workbook offers a step-by-step program to help you target and effectively cope with negative thinking patterns. Based on effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) strategies, this practical guide outlines a transdiagnostic approach to managing the thoughts that drive your emotional distress and threaten your mental health and well-being. You are not condemned to a life of constant, chaotic, or disturbing thoughts. If you’re ready to take shelter from the storm inside your head, the easy-to-follow activities in this evidence-based workbook will help you gain control over your cycles of negative thinking.

Discover powerful ways to:

  • Identify your own thinking traps
  • Deal with worry and anxiety
  • Stop rumination before it takes over
  • Confront shame and move beyond regret
  • Find release from resentment