Published December 5, 1984
by Humana Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||238|
Feeling Good and Doing Better. Feeling Good and Doing Better. Willard Gaylin. Pages Social and Political Aspects. Front Matter. Pages PDF. The views expressed in this book do not necessarily represent the views of The Hastings Center, the National Science Foundation, or the National En dowment for the Humanities. Gaylin W. () Feeling Good and Doing Better. In: Murray T.H., Gaylin W., Macklin R. (eds) Feeling Good and Doing Better. Contemporary Issues in Biomedicine, Ethics, and by: 4. - Buy the handbook over the classic 'Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy'. The handbook is more comprehensive and a better format and has exercises. Or get both if you want the classic to read while traveling etc. It does have some content that the Handbook does not by: "Escapist, uplifting and a blast of sunshine, this period piece from the s about a group of women who run off to a medieval castle in Italy together is guaranteed to leave you feeling better.
David D. Burns is an adjunct professor emeritus in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine and the author of the best-selling book Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy. Burns popularized cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) when his book became a best seller during the s.4/5. Feeling Great – The Revolutionary New Treatment for Depression and Anxiety. Released on Septem , Feeling Great the first true sequel to Feeling Good. Feeling Great includes all the new TEAM-CBT techniques that can melt away therapeutic resistance and open the door to ultra-rapid recovery from depression and anxiety. This is a reworked and expanded offering of the communication sections from The Feeling Good Workbook. If you've already read either of the previous Feeling Good books, but you're interested in learning how to use the communication skills better, this volume streamlines some of the previous information and adds some new exercises/5(70). Featuring clinical and everyday vignettes, practical exercises aimed at enhancing personal as well as interpersonal well-being, and thought-provoking self-assessments for the reader, Feeling Good by Doing Good is a unique resource that will be of interest to mental health professionals, their clients, and laypersons alike interested in.
Feeling Good and Doing Better: Ethics and Nontherapeutic Drug Use by Thomas H. Murray and Willard Gaylin and Ruth Macklin Overview - The place of drugs in American society is a problem more apt to evoke diatribe than dialog. Table of Contents: Pt. 1. Understanding your moods ; Pt. 2. Feeling good about yourself: how to conquer depression and build self-esteem ; Pt. 3. Feeling confident: how to conquer anxiety, fears, and phobias. You feel the way you do right now because of the thoughts you are thinking at this moment. When you are feeling depressed, your thoughts are dominated by pervasive negativity. The negative thoughts which cause your emotional turmoil nearly always contain gross distortions. Take your pick from these 12 books if you’re in the mood for something that’ll make you feel good, rather than something that'll make you feel deep and intellectual and depressed.