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New book releases!

06 Jan
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Coping with Perfectionism

Coping with Perfectionism

I have two new books out!  The Everything Guide to Coping with Perfectionism is your handy guide to understanding this difficult tendency and how to overcome it.  The language is simple, and the suggestions are in bite-sized chunks that you can quickly put to practical use.  To those readers who contributed comments on an earlier post, when I started the book, a great big Thank you! Available from either Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com.

Also just now available is The Everything Guide to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. This book is a good companion guide to the book on perfectionism.  It digs a little deeper, helping you to find the origins of less than desirable thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, and offers suggestions for snuffing them out.  It’s a practical guide that you can use by yourself or with the help of a therapist.  Be prepared for major life changes! Available from Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com.

 
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Posted by on January 6, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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2 responses to “New book releases!

  1. Anonymous

    March 16, 2013 at 9:40 pm

    RE: The Everything Guide to Coping With Perfectionism
    Whatever your related affliction is, you will find much wisdom in this book to address it. Bowers GIVES us insights that therapists charge a fortune for…like the one on the bottom of page 144. What is it? You will have to get the book and find out!!!

     
  2. Anonymous

    July 20, 2013 at 4:51 am

    RE: The Everything Guide to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    “Catalyst to change…”
    Many authors and disciplines have dealt with the power of the mind. Dr. Bowers has done her research and references a lot of them in this one book. She gives suggestions for unearthing faulty core beliefs. They can then be replaced with constructive, functional beliefs which lead to healthier behavior. She says you can choose to “act” rather than fall into “knee-jerk” responses to situations. She says, among other things, that this takes a considerable amount of work but is well worth the effort.

    I loved the fact that some of my beliefs came to the surface while reading, and I created affirmations to replace them. I am grateful that such a catalyst to change exists.

     

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