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Stress is a fear reaction to situations, events or people we perceive as being too threatening.

 

Stress can creep up on you and lead to overwhelming feelings of loss of control and anxiety.

 

“I thought I could handle the pressure then things went from bad to worse....”

 

“I woke up one morning and felt overwhelmed by the stresses of the day ahead...”

 

“I always thought of myself as a strong person but these feelings of stress severely challenged those ideas....”

 

The Sound of Calm – a cbt approach to stress management aims to teach you some useful stress management exercises and how you can begin to unpick the unhelpful thinking that leads you to feel and behave stressed.

 

Each Audio CD includes a FIVE STEP THINKING DIARY to help you discover your unhelpful thinking habits and a RELAXATION DIARY to help you monitor the effectiveness of your stress management techniques.

 

The idea is to help you develop new habits in managing yourself when you experience specific situations, events or people as stressful.

 

The Author – Keith Chadwick – is an experienced Cognitive Behavioural Therapist with over 30 years experience of helping people to manage stress more effectively.

 

The Sound of Calm

'A CBT approach to stress

management'

 

The Sound of Calm, 'A CBT approach to stress management'

 

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