Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (or CBT) is widely recommended for the treatment of emotional and psychological problems, such as depression, low self-esteem, low mood, chronic anxiety, stress or out-of-control anger.
This thorough yet easy-to-read general self-help guide is a must-have for anyone experiencing these common problems. It is written by two of the UK's leading experts in the field of CBT. This authoritative manual is destined to become the essential book on CBT for many years to come.
Case studies and step-by-step CBT-based exercises
The very latest research proving the effectiveness of CBT
Individual chapters addressing the most common mental health problems
Pamela Myles is Director of Training at the Charlie Waller Institute of Evidence-Based Psychological Treatment, University of Reading. Pam's research predominantly focuses on CBT training and supervision. She is the recipient of the University of Reading Teaching and Learning Team Award. Pam also sits on the Scientific Committee for the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies.
Roz Shafran is Professor of Translational Psychology at the Institute of Child Health, University College London and founder of the Charlie Waller Institute of Evidence-Based Psychological Treatment. She has over 125 publications. She is the recipient of an award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology from the British Psychological Society.
A must have book for anyone experiencing problems with low mood, anxiety or anger using the therapy that works. -- Professor Peter Cooper