Kain and Stephen J. Terrell draw on 50 years of their combined clinical and teaching experience to provide this clear road map for understanding the complexities of early trauma and its related symptoms. Experts in the physiology of trauma, the authors present an introduction to their innovative somatic approach that has evolved to help thousands improve their lives.
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Life entails inevitable challenges. To surmount these battles, we each seek for various mechanisms. This particular audiobook on dialectical behavior therapy DBT is developed for those who are struggling with borderline personality disorder BPD , depression, anxiety, and other psychiatric disorders. It will also be a great resource for those who have loved ones beset by the same issues. Perfectionism is a naturally limiting mindset. For example, kids are taught to color inside the lines, and any color outside the lines is considered a mistake that must be corrected.
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I'm familiar and a fan of Steven Hayes' work, and was really looking forward to this. However the narration is poor, it at times feels like I'm listening to a computer generated narration like google map directions. Its early days, still getting through chapter one, but at this rate I'm unlikely to finish the book. As a tger assist this book helped me get conceptually very clear.
See title. If you're looking for help, please look elsewhere. The incessant "these thoughts are not you, you are not the thinker of these thoughts" is New Age nonsense, that only drives listeners closer to despair yours truly included. This is a real life changer. Rather than a self-help book this gives the tools and the theory to help make sense of things. Audible is a great medium for this and I feel that I have had a real relationship with it that has been sad at times but amazing too.
It has delivered! There are many insights to gain from this book from a mindfulness standpoint. I have read many books on meditation and mindfulness but nothing that has put so much into easy use to help mindfulness yourself from your thoughts. Why Buy The Book? Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Paul Boehmer? The narrator has very pleasant voice - but there is no emotion, the pace is so constant with little inflection that it is very robotic.
The Narration is so robotic it really could have been a robo-voice, but if you ever listened to Text-To-Speech from TextAloud, it is more natural than the narrator. I returned the book because I could not listen to the mind numbing pace, even at 1. Amazing book a must read for anyone struggling with unhealthy thoughts!
Full of very helpful strategies to stop avoiding fearful situations.. This book can help change your life. I am a therapist who has been looking for a book on ACT to recommend to clients. Overall I think it has a lot to offer, but the narrator was so robotic and monotone that it took away from the content.
I much prefer when these types of books are read by the author. I have problem with anxiety generalized and social and about year ago I started reading and listening books about this topic. This book was second one I picked and turn out to be the best. I listened it several times and each time I find something new. ACT therapy is not easy so if someone seriously struggle maybe it is better to look for therapist to help work with material and provide guidance.
Each of them has something valuable but this is one I return to because its advices seem to be most effective for me. I also recommend Solution to Social Anxiety by Aziz Gazipura but many of advices and techniques are also included in this book. This book can be applied to many psychological problem so I recommend give it a try if you have some patience. Also check Steven C.
Hayes Ted talks - they are great. This is very interesting and will probably help millions of people. As a therapist I find this book very usefull, for myself and my clients. A great supplement to traditional cbt, with many good examples and explanations. ACT can be like a Matrix experience for some people. This book is serious written with humor in a caring way.
Love is not every thing, its the only thing. It is way too difficult to follow the practices via audio book. Many things require time and space, which means constantly pausing the audio; and repeated practices are also required. This is challenging with audio book format. I got through 3 chapters and most of it was repetitive. The first chapter was 1 hour long and I had a hard time with that. Not really. They were equally long and uninformative. I felt there was no forward progress. He kept saying we will explain this later or we will eventually get to that in a later chapter.
The narrator also had a monotone dry voice that did not help to enliven the material. There was one useful exercise in the first chapter - writing the things that you feel are causing you pain and suffering, how long, and ranking them. Just writing that down gives you some perspective and surprise as to how long an issue has not been dealt with.
I better work on that first.
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I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone. It was surprising and refreshing to see a clinical approach to spiritual traditions. The book is very well written and uses great illustrations and analogies to help deepen the understanding. Martha Beck. Daring Greatly. Joshua Becker. Healing the Child Within. Charles Whitfield. The Art of Happiness, 10th Anniversary Edition. Dalai Lama. Radical Acceptance. Tara Brach. The Happiness Advantage. Shawn Achor. The War of Art. Steven Pressfield. When Things Fall Apart. Elon Musk. Ashlee Vance. Stop Walking on Eggshells. Paul Mason. The Power of Habit.
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Unavailable for purchase. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Hayes, PhD , Spencer Smith. Choose Store. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Learn why the very nature of human language can cause suffering Escape the trap of avoidance Foster willingness to accept painful experience Practice mindfulness skills to achieve presence in the moment Discover the things you really value most Commit to living a vital, meaningful life This book has been awarded The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Self-Help Seal of Merit an award bestowed on outstanding self-help books that are consistent with cognitive behavioral therapy CBT principles and that incorporate scientifically tested strategies for overcoming mental health difficulties.
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