Retrain the brain and regulate behavior with CBT
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can be transformative in the treatment of many mental health disorders. The CBT Workbook for Therapists
shows both clinicians and patients how CBT can be used to develop healthy coping skills, alter thinking patterns, and ultimately help people live happier lives.
What sets this CBT workbook apart:
- Overview of CBT—Delve into the fundamental principles of CBT and discover the vital connections between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
- Effective exercises—Explore 100 different strategies and exercises proven to be highly constructive in helping individuals learn how to shift their perspective and replace unhealthy behaviors.
- A range of clinical issues—From anger management to anxiety, this workbook addresses a variety of mental health concerns and allows readers to tailor these strategies to specific diagnoses.
Harness the power of CBT and improve your mental health treatment starting today.
TIFFANY LOGGINS, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in eating disorders. She also works closely with minority communities, addressing a variety of mental health concerns within a range of clinical and community settings. Dr. Loggins’ multicultural framework and evidence-based approach provides patients with new insights and imbues them with a renewed sense of purpose.
"This workbook is a therapist's go-to source of strategies and techniques to help clients using CBT. Whatever the treatment issue, therapists will find a useful intervention in this thorough and easy to follow comprehensive workbook." —Dr. Sheila Jenkns, psychologist
"This manual is a tremendous resource for mental health practitioners—whether they are implementing the content with their patients, with their students in training, or for themselves on their own journey of healing. Dr. Loggins has compiled the science and practice of CBT skills and strategies into a compact, easy-to-understand, practical manual that will serve you well. The worksheets and exercises are intuitive and exceptionally well organized. This book should be required reading for those looking to translate CBT principles into a therapy practice." —Dr. Allison He, licensed clinical psychologist, clinical supervisor at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, and former president of the SF Psychologist Association
"A well-written, science-based, and pragmatic book essential to every therapist's bookshelf! Dr. Loggins' experiences working with various clinical populations and working in different therapeutic settings make this book versatile and adoptive for therapists. This book is for every therapist who wants to implement evidence-based practices in their work." —Khashayar Farhadi Langroudi, PsyD, private practice and American Psychological Association representative, IPsyNet