In uncertain times, when personal difficulties get coupled with terrifying news events, a feeling of debilitating dread can prevent us from engaging in activities that involve even the mildest risk. This timely guide offers ten simple techniques based on proven cognitive-behavioral principles, that will help readers cope with feelings of vulnerability and begin to feel safe and confident again. Readers learn to realistically assess risks, end obsessive thinking, relax their mind and body, and stay flexible through uncertain times. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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About the Author:
Dr, Bruce Eimer is a licensed clinical psychologist, located in both Pennsylvania and South Florida, with over 30 years of experience treating people with anxiety and mood disorders. In addition to holding board certifications in cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy and clinical hypnosis, Dr. Eimer is an NRA Certified Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor who trains people in safe firearms handling and self defense techniques so they can stay safe. As a life member of both the American Psychological Association and the NRA, he helps people to heal as well as to protect themselves and those they love. Dr. Moshe Torem is a board certified psychiatrist in Akron, Ohio with a general psychiatry practice and a specialty in mind-body medicine and clinical hypnosis. He has been in practice for over 30 years.