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This is the 4th edition with a publication date of 5/15/2012.
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Change for the Better is for anyone interested in making lasting changes in both their inner and outer lives. It uses a conversational style to help readers identify their own learned patterns of thinking and relating that underlie and contribute to emotional suffering such depression, anxiety, phobia, eating disorders, relationship and psychosomatic problems. Elizabeth Wilde McCormick shows readers how to reflect upon their difficulties, identify problems in relating, and stop and revise attitudes that are out of date. Mindfulness- based experiential exercises are incorporated throughout to help nourish self awareness and change.
Table of Contents
|About Cognitive Analytic Therapy|
|Who Are WE? What Are We Made OF? What is It That Can Change?|
|Change Is Possible|
|The Building Blocks of Who We Are: Feelings, Emotions and Relationships: with Ourselves and Others|
|Understanding Relating: Reciprocal Relationship Procedures|
|Problems and Dilemmas within Relationships|
|Getting Off The Symptom Hook: Naming The Problem|
|Snags and Self-Sabotage|
|The Tip of The Emotional Iceberg: Emotional States, Depression, and Symptoms|
|How Unmanageable Feelings Become Symptoms|
|The Emotional Roller Coaster|
|The Challenge of Shifting States|
|Living on the Borderline|
|Examining the Impact of Our Beginnings|
|Making The Change|
|Writing Our Life Story|
|Targeting the Procedures That Create Problems and Deciding on Aims for Change|
|Putting a Diagram in Your Pocket|
|Techniques for Working Through the Process of Change|
|Changing Within a Relationship|
|Love is Not Enough|
|Holding Onto Change|
|Creative Ways of Practicing with and Holding on to Change|
|Resource Directory For Therapists|
|CAT Theory and Practice|
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