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The Anti-Anxiety Workbook Peter J. Norton (Cairnmillar Institute, Australia)

The Anti-Anxiety Workbook By Peter J. Norton (Cairnmillar Institute, Australia)

The Anti-Anxiety Workbook by Peter J. Norton (Cairnmillar Institute, Australia)

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Helps readers take control of their worries and get their lives back on track. This book offers a toolkit of proven strategies that are drawn from cognitive-behavioral therapy, one of the most effective treatment for anxiety. It presents advice on psychotherapy and the use of anti-anxiety medications.

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The Anti-Anxiety Workbook: Proven Strategies to Overcome Worry, Phobias, Panic, and Obsessions by Peter J. Norton (Cairnmillar Institute, Australia)

This book has been replaced by The Anti-Anxiety Program, Second Edition, ISBN 978-1-4625-4361-8 .

The Anti-Anxiety Workbook Reviews

.-A useful resource for individuals with anxiety disorders and for practitioners who need a quick and practical overview of effective interventions for anxiety....The topics covered in the book are quite comprehensive and include attention to a wide range of anxiety-related conditions including simple phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, general anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and other related conditions....A thoughtful, accessible, and practical guide for clients and practitioners working with clients struggling with anxiety. The authors write in a consistently respectful and hopeful manner that engages the reader, leaving him/her with a sense of empowerment. This book is a great addition to any clinician's library and serves as a reminder to prioritize assessment and treatment of co-occurring anxiety. It is also a welcome resource for individuals and their significant others in need of self-help strategies for managing their own or a loved one's anxiety.--Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 12/21/2008A valuable contribution to self-help resources. It is easy to read and is supplemented with many user-friendly worksheets.--Journal of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 12/21/2008The book will be of great use to all patients with anxiety disorders. It is informative, written in a highly readable style, and contains a lot of useful and practical strategies, including many tables/diaries for patients' use. I believe that a clinician treating patients with anxiety disorders could/should recommend this book to his or her patients. It would be a great complement to treatment that will help patients understand and handle anxiety....The book is definitely worth buying and recommending to all of your anxious patients.--Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, 12/21/2008This book is written in a clear and concise style and it includes several chapters of psycho-education, as well as helpful stories of people with anxiety to illustrate key concepts. The authors have taken care to present only evidence-based information and techniques and do so in a relatively unbiased matter....I would strongly recommend this self-help CBT book for anxiety, written by two authors who are well-known in the anxiety disorders field. It is an attractively presented and produced in a manner which facilitates ease of use. This book is priced very reasonably and is excellent value for the money.--Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 11/3/2010

About Peter J. Norton (Cairnmillar Institute, Australia)


Table of Contents

Introduction: The Faces of AnxietyI. The Prep1. Anxiety: The Big Picture2. Getting to Know Your Anxiety3. Getting Ready for TreatmentII. The Program4. Changing Your Anxious Thinking5. Eliminating the Safety Net6. Confronting Feared Objects and Situations7. Confronting Scary Thoughts, Memories, Images, and Urges8. Confronting Frightening Feelings and Sensations9. Learning to Relax: Relaxation, Meditation, and Acceptance10. Medications and Herbal RemediesIII. In the Long Run11. Creating an Anti-Anxiety Lifestyle12. Overcoming Treatment Obstacles13. Living without Anxiety14. A Guide for Family and FriendsAppendix: Helpful Resources

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The Anti-Anxiety Workbook: Proven Strategies to Overcome Worry, Phobias, Panic, and Obsessions by Peter J. Norton (Cairnmillar Institute, Australia)
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