Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is the established treatment of choice for a variety of clinical disorders but has also yielded impressive results when applied in the workplace in stress management, change management and conflict resolution. "Understanding CBT" introduces the basics of cognitive behavioral therapy and provides insights into how managers can successfully implement CBT to improve workplace performance and productivity.
The authors teach techniques to deal with stressful situations by emphasizing Cognitive Behavioral Coaching (CBC), a workplace appropriate form of CBT. They focus on defining problems, setting goals, standing up to anxiety, facing fear, overcoming obsessions, cooling down anger and on developing new beliefs and attitudes.
The book is practical, easy-to-read and packed with case studies of people using CBT techniques. With useful tips and examples, "Understanding CBT" is not just for academics or professional practitioners but for anyone who wants to do away with stress and think more positively.
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