Conditioned Reflex Therapy - Andrew Salter (Paperback)
How to Be Assertive, Happy And Authentic, And Overcome Anxiety and Depression
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Andrew Salter's Conditioned Reflex Therapy introduced behavior therapy as well as many specific techniques still used today, including methods for assertion, relaxation, imagery and short-term therapy. CRT includes numerous case studies of how Salter helped clients quickly overcome phobias, anxieties, and depression.
Lauded by Aldous Huxley, Andrew Salter's revolutionary book introduced behavior therapy as well as many specific techniques still used today, including methods for assertion, getting in touch with one's feelings, relaxation, imagery, and short-term therapy. Conditioned Reflex Therapy also includes numerous case studies of how Salter helped his clients quickly overcome their phobias, anxieties, and depression.
- 12 Nov 2019
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- Andrew Salter
- How to Be Assertive, Happy and Authentic, and Overcome Anxiety and Depression
- Watkins Pub Ltd
Welcomed as a revolutionary and effective approach to improve people&;s mental health and help them find happiness when it was first published in 1949, Andrew Salter's Conditioned Reflex Therapy introduced both the fundamental ideas of behavior therapy and many techniques still practised today.
This classic guide, which is perhaps the first self-help book, includes specific methods for assertion, getting in touch with your feelings, relaxation, and using imagery to overcome phobias, anxieties, and depression. Captivating and direct, it still seems fresh, though it also conveys the spirit of New York City in the late 1940&;s. It vividly evokes the timeless concerns of people striving for happiness and self-actualization amid the energy of post-war America, the hum of traffic, the buzz of restaurants and cocktail parties. It will teach you how to be more aware of your feelings and more authentic in your life, and thereby to be happier and more fulfilled in your relationships and career.
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- BISAC Subject 1
- Psychology / Psychotherapy / General
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