When Anxiety Makes You Angry: CBT Anger Management Skills for Teens with Anxiety-Driven Anger by Kelsey Torgerson Dunn, Mallory Grimste (Foreword)

Published: March 1st 2022 Publisher: Instant Help Length: 160 pages My Rating: Blurb: Do people tell you that you seem angry? Do you find yourself losing your cool from time to time? From academic stress, worrying about college, and dealing with friend drama—you’ve got a lot on your plate. Is it any wonder, then, that… Continue reading When Anxiety Makes You Angry: CBT Anger Management Skills for Teens with Anxiety-Driven Anger by Kelsey Torgerson Dunn, Mallory Grimste (Foreword)

Overcoming Anticipatory Anxiety by Martin N. Seif; Sally M. Winston

A CBT Guide for Moving Past Chronic Indecisiveness, Avoidance, and Catastrophic Thinking Published: 1 May 2022 Publisher: New Harbinger Publications, Inc. Length: 192 Pages My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Blurb: Do you automatically assume the worst-case-scenario when faced with difficulty? Do you stress about situations that haven’t happened yet, or find yourself anticipating disaster around every corner?… Continue reading Overcoming Anticipatory Anxiety by Martin N. Seif; Sally M. Winston

What Happened to Make You Anxious?: How to Uncover the Little “t” Traumas that Drive Your Anxiety, Worry, and Fear by Jaime Castillo

Published: June 1st 2022 by Publisher: New Harbinger Publications Length: 192 pages My Rating: Blurb: Listen up! It’s time to change the way you manage your anxiety—by working with it rather than against it. This revolutionary guide provides the key to understanding the root cause of your anxiety, so you can break free from its grip. Let’s… Continue reading What Happened to Make You Anxious?: How to Uncover the Little “t” Traumas that Drive Your Anxiety, Worry, and Fear by Jaime Castillo

The Anxious Perfectionist: How to Manage Perfectionism-Driven Anxiety Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy by Clarissa W. Ong, Michael P. Twohig, Randy Frost (Foreword)

Published: March 1st 2022 Publisher: New Harbinger Publications Length: 152 pages My Rating: 4 stars Blurb: If you identify as a perfectionist, you may not see your perfectionism as a problem. But striving for unrealistic standards, basing your self-worth on meeting those standards, and engaging in persistent self-criticism will ultimately lead to anxiety, stress, worry,… Continue reading The Anxious Perfectionist: How to Manage Perfectionism-Driven Anxiety Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy by Clarissa W. Ong, Michael P. Twohig, Randy Frost (Foreword)