The CBT Manual on Social Anxiety for Teenagers: A CBT WORKBOOK TO HELP YOU RECORD YOUR PROGRESS USING CBT FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY by James ManningThe CBT Manual on Social Anxiety for Teenagers: A CBT WORKBOOK TO HELP YOU RECORD YOUR PROGRESS USING CBT FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY by James Manning

The CBT Manual on Social Anxiety for Teenagers: A CBT WORKBOOK TO HELP YOU RECORD YOUR PROGRESS…

byJames Manning, Nicola Ridgeway

Hardcover | July 1, 2016

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The CBT Manual on Social Anxiety for Teenagers is a hard-back version of our other book CBT Worksheets for Teenage Social Anxiety. This book is a resource that can be used by CBT therapists, and CBT therapists in training, to guide them simply through the processes involved in offering CBT for social anxiety to teenagers. This book can be given to clients to complete worksheets as they progress through therapy. This book may also be useful for teenagers who are considering having CBT for symptoms of social anxiety, or for teenagers who are on waiting lists for CBT therapy.

Title:The CBT Manual on Social Anxiety for Teenagers: A CBT WORKBOOK TO HELP YOU RECORD YOUR PROGRESS…Format:HardcoverDimensions:160 pages, 10.75 × 8.25 × 0.44 inPublished:July 1, 2016Publisher:West Suffolk CBT Service LtdLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1911441043

ISBN - 13:9781911441045

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Table of Contents

8 How to use this book9 CBT for social anxiety11 How emotions work17 How worry works20 The way we think affects the way we feel22 Avoidance and safety behaviours25 Safety behaviours and social anxiety28 Notice what you are doing41 Cognitive distortions47 Rules53 Beliefs55 Identifying limiting beliefs62 Drawing out simple CBT cycles71 Another common CBT cycle84 A CBT cycle for social anxiety94 Goals98 Making changes100 Challenging negative automatic thoughts125 Approaching feelings131 Challenging safety behaviours155 Conclusion159 Appendix160 Recommended reading

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Reviewed By Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite *****CBT Worksheets for Teenage Social Anxiety is a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy resource book written by Dr. James Manning and Dr. Nicola Ridgeway. Written in an easy-to-understand format, CBT Worksheets for Teenage Social Anxiety outlines the correct usage of the book, as well as the definition of Anxiety. The CBT Worksheets can be used in conjunction with specified web pages in order to measure your anxiety levels and how you react in certain situations. Not only is anxiety explained, but so are emotions, destructive cycles, and the chemical reactions in your brain when you are in a fight or flight situation. CBT helps you to lessen the anxiety in certain situations so that you react differently. Fear causes anxiety, and removing the fear factor helps you to cope better. If the way anxiety sufferers react to situations remains unchanged, avoidance becomes the logical answer, with the person withdrawing more and more into a shell. Interaction with others in a social situation becomes not only awkward but unbearable. Rebuilding a person's self-confidence and self-esteem is the key in helping them ease back into the world in a safe and calm manner. Learning to interact with the things that trigger anxiety is a long but worthwhile journey, as long as you keep up with the practices which you learn in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.As a sufferer of Agoraphobia with Panic Disorder and PTSD, I found the CBT Worksheets for Teenage Social Anxiety to be a very interesting and informative read. The information regarding how anxiety and worry feel is exceedingly accurate and, having gone through CBT in the past, I find the treatment advice to be well set out and very organized. Using both the worksheets and advice combined, when handling difficult encounters which trigger a person, is clever, well thought out, and easy to understand. Interaction with several characters in order to help bring the point across is ingenious, as are the different caricatures and cartoons, bringing an element of fun into the mix. I found Dr. James Manning and Dr. Nicola Ridgeway's book to be intriguing and recommend it to all those who practice in CBT, are going through therapy for anxiety disorders, or who are afraid but don't know what to do about it.