Are you having trouble regulating your emotions and behavior patterns? Are your coping mechanisms doing you more harm than good? Then you need to keep reading...
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a ground-breaking approach to therapy, often considered the most effective way of treating conditions like depression, anxiety, eating disorders, PTSD, and many more. Its approach revolves around the idea that distressing symptoms all stem from distorted or faulty thoughts, which can be fixed over time through CBT. Its success rate is a whopping 50-75% for depression and anxiety, and today it remains one of the most popular methods of treatment.
This includes two books:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Reshape your brain to eliminate anxiety, depression, and negative thoughts in just 14 days
Memory Improvement: Brain training and accelerated learning to discover your unlimited memory potential. Declutter your mind to boost your IQ through insane focus
Here's a short preview of what you'll discover:
Eight transformative CBT practices that will INSTANTLY reconstruct your psyche for a healthier, more positive outlook. (Experience true freedom from your emotional and behavioral burdens in just 14 days )
Four vital tips for creating successful goals and ensuring real, lasting progress.
How to use CBT for the successful treatment of other conditions such as insomnia, low self-esteem, and anger management.
The life-altering cognitive model for immediate relief from past traumas.
Expert techniques to IMMEDIATELY ease symptoms created by anxiety or emotional triggers.
Ten simple practices to add to your daily routine for the maintenance of healthy cognition.
Which physical exercises are best for your brain's specific needs and why.
The powerful technique that INSTANTLY boosts creativity, memory retention, and problem-solving skills (You'll absorb new information and take your learning capacity up several levels )
And much, much more...
So if you want to access the tools only known to leaders in the field, and find total freedom from the past, then you should start this book today