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  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Vagus Nerve

  • Ways to Overcome Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Inflammation, Chronic Illness, Phobias, Social Negative Thinking and Improve Anger Management
  • By: Dr. Brandon Hill
  • Narrated by: Rebecca Knowles
  • Length: 10 hrs and 11 mins

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Vagus Nerve

By: Dr. Brandon Hill
Narrated by: Rebecca Knowles
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Summary

Do you want to learn ways to overcome depression, anxiety, panic, phobias, social negative thinking attacks, and improve anger management? If yes, then keep listening....

Whether you’re mildly depressed, you’ve spent countless years dealing with intense anxiety, or you’re currently experiencing some other emotional discomfort, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) can help. 

CBT is a treatment modality that is used to help individuals change their maladaptive thinking patterns. The premise of this technique is that when a person changes his maladaptive thinking patterns that it leads to changes in emotion and behavior as well. This process requires a significant amount of self-awareness because participants not only work to adjust their mindsets but they have to make extensive changes in their behavioral patterns, as well. The combined changes in thinking and behavioral patterns alter how they feel about themselves and others so that they can experience a more balanced existence. 

Although many people work with a therapist during the course of CBT treatment, this book can help you whether you see a therapist or not. It just means that you have to be even more accountable to yourself for completing the techniques that are provided in the upcoming chapters of this book. This concept is stressed repeatedly in this section because it is in the actual completion of these exercises that you will see the most growth. 

You will find some of the tips about Cognitive Behavior Therapy in the chapters of this book that include: 

  • CBT starter guide 
  • Goals setting 
  • Identifying obstacles 
  • Activate behavior 
  • Identify and break negative thoughts 
  • Change and identify your core beliefs 
  • Maintain mindfulness 
  • Manage excessive anger 
  • The behavioral side of CBT 
  • Support CBT 
  • Decluttering your mind and life 
  • The key to feeling good 
  • And much more 

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©2020 Dr. Brandon Hill (P)2020 Dr. Brandon Hill

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  • Gina Murano
  • 13-04-21

OK content, Worst narration I've ever heard

The content of this audio book is OK. The narration is unprofessional, unedited, and illiterate. Also, annoying and distracting.

Every minute or so, the narrator mispronounces words, misreads content, jumbles words. The audio seems to be recorded in someone's bathroom (and not Beatles' bathroom), with echos and long pauses between sections. The narrator speaks English like a 9 year old who hasn't heard the words before.

In listening to this content, I constantly stop and say to myself, "that's not how you pronounce that word," "put the accent in the right place," "what a word jumble."

I will be returning this book. I notice that all of the reviews are 5 star, and all written at around the same time. Shills.

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  • Larry
  • 03-10-20

Very smart audio-book!

Very smart audio-book! It explains how the brain works and your thought process. It explains how you can conquer depression and anxiety by using certain tools to help you control your thoughts. Thanks author!

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  • Oconnell
  • 03-10-20

Short and sweet, but extremely helpful audio-book!

This is straight to the point with many helpful details if you need them. I love the workbook in the back, and the recap with each part. It helped me with my part-taking and it's very useful to flip back to when I get side-tracked. A nice, positive but realistic audio-book.

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  • Helen
  • 03-10-20

Great information and really helped!

Audio-book has great information and really helped with strategies for anxiety great coping skills and lots of other information to help you. Thanks author!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-01-23

A ton of good information. . .

A ton of good information. Grammar, editing, and production could use more polish. The narrator mispronounces many terms and every day words.

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  • Alicia H.
  • 27-12-21

Horrible.

Don't waste your time. The writing is abysmal. The author repeats sentences multiple times, I presume to emphasize the point. By multiple I mean >4 times. "The Vegus nerve is a big nerve with a big job." Repeat multiple times. Ms. Knowles mispronounces so many words, I found myself feeling bad for her. My guess is she's not a scientist and had no one to correct her. Not her fault at all, but good grief it was poorly done. I wish I had listened to a sample. Don't buy this book.

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  • Toni Ramos
  • 08-01-21

It will help manage your anxiety and depression

It offers very good practical techniques that you can actually implement on a day to day basis to help manage your anxiety and depression, really liked it!

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  • June Barnett
  • 08-01-21

A book that really helps!

It truly did help me understand anxiety and methods for suppressing it. I still get anxiety but this book did help me over come a lot of it.

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  • Alex Johnson
  • 08-01-21

Best Cognitive behavioral therapy book I've listen

The narrator made the content extremely engaging and I absolutely loved it. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to practice therapy.

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  • Santino Harris
  • 08-01-21

Best Cognitive behavioral therapy book

As a depression and anxiety sufferer I'm always looking for things that will help me, this has some really beneficial techniques that I'm sure could benefit all of us! Highly recommend this Cognitive behavioral therapy book to anyone and especially those suffering internally.