This new edition continues the work started by clinical psychologist Paul Stallard, and provides a range of flexible and highly appealing materials that can be used to structure and facilitate work with young people.
Author: Paul Stallard
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Newly updated edition of the highly successful core text for using cognitive behaviour therapy with children and young people The previous edition of Think Good, Feel Good was an exciting, practical resource that pioneered the way mental health professionals approached Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with children and young people. This new edition continues the work started by clinical psychologist Paul Stallard, and provides a range of flexible and highly appealing materials that can be used to structure and facilitate work with young people. In addition to covering the core elements used in CBT programmes, it incorporates ideas from the third wave CBT therapies of mindfulness, compassion focused therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy. It also includes a practical series of exercises and worksheets that introduce specific concepts and techniques. Developed by the author and used extensively in clinical practice, Think Good, Feel Good, Second Edition: A CBT Workbook for Children and Young People starts by introducing readers to the origin, basic theory, and rationale behind CBT and explains how the workbook should be used. Chapters cover elements of CBT including identifying thinking traps; core beliefs; controlling feelings; changing behaviour; and more. Written by an experienced professional with all clinically tested material Fully updated to reflect recent developments in clinical practice Wide range of downloadable materials Includes ideas for third wave CBT, Mindfulness, Compassion Focused Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Think Good, Feel Good, Second Edition: A CBT Workbook for Children and Young People is a "must have" resource for clinical psychologists, child and adolescent psychiatrists, community psychiatric nurses, educational psychologists, and occupational therapists. It is also a valuable resource for those who work with young people including social workers, school nurses, practice counsellors, teachers and health visitors.
This is a companion guide to Think Good Feel Good: A Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Workbook for Children and Young People.
Author: Paul Stallard
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This is a companion guide to Think Good Feel Good: A Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Workbook for Children and Young People. Designed for clinicians using the original workbook in their work with children, the book builds upon the workbook materials by offering guidance on all aspects of the therapeutic process and a range of case studies highlighting therapy in action. Topics covered include parent involvement, key cognitive distortions in children, formulations, challenging thoughts, guided discovery and the use of imagery. Also included is a chapter focusing on possible problems in therapy and strategies for overcoming them. To supplement the workbook, the clinician's guide offers further materials and handouts for use in therapy, including psycho-educational materials for children and parents on common problems, such as depression, OCD, PTSD/Trauma and Anxiety
Think Good-Feel Good: A Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Workbook for Children
and Young People. Chichester: Wiley. Stallard, P. (2005). A Clinician's Guide to Think Good-Feel Good: Using CBT with Children and Young People. Chichester:
Author: Paul Stallard
Instructional resource for mental health clinicians on using cognitive behavioural therapy with adolescents and young adults This book complements author Paul Stallard’s Think Good, Feel Good and provides a range of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy resources that can be used with adolescents and young adults. Building upon that book’s core strengths, it provides psycho-educational materials specifically designed for adolescents and young people. The materials, which have been used in the author’s clinical practice, can also be utilized in schools to help adolescents develop better cognitive, emotional and behavioural skills. Thinking Good, Feeling Better includes traditional CBT ideas and also draws on ideas from the third wave approaches of mindfulness, compassion focused therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy. It includes practical exercises and worksheets that can be used to introduce and develop the key concepts of CBT. The book starts by introducing readers to the origin, basic theory, and rationale behind CBT and explains how the workbook should be used. Chapters cover techniques used in CBT; the process of CBT; valuing oneself; learning to be kind to oneself; mindfulness; controlling feelings; thinking traps; solving problems; facing fears; and more. Written by an experienced professional with all clinically tested material Specifically developed for older adolescents and young adults Reflects current developments in clinical practice Wide range of downloadable materials Includes ideas from third wave CBT, Mindfulness, Compassion Focused Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Thinking Good, Feeling Better: A CBT Workbook for Adolescents and Young Adults is a "must have" resource for clinical psychologists, adolescent and young adult psychiatrists, community psychiatric nurses, educational psychologists, and occupational therapists. It is also a valuable resource for those who work with adolescents and young adults including social workers, nurses, practice counsellors, health visitors, teachers and special educational needs coordinators.
This companion work builds upon the workbook materials by offering readers instruction on all aspects of the therapeutic process and a wide range of case studies highlighting specific therapies in action.
Author: Paul Stallard
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A powerful and insightful clinical resource for CBT practitioners who work with children and young adults The newly updated and thoroughly revised Second Edition of this companion to Think Good, Feel Good and Thinking Good, Feeling Better delivers guidance for clinicians using the author’s seminal workbooks. This companion work builds upon the workbook materials by offering readers instruction on all aspects of the therapeutic process and a wide range of case studies highlighting specific therapies in action. A Clinician’s Guide covers topics including parental involvement, key cognitive distortions in children, formulations, challenging thoughts, guided discovery, and the use of imagery. The author also includes a chapter focusing on common potential problems that arise in therapy and strategies to overcome them. The book highlights the underlying philosophy, process, and core skills of employing CBT with children and young people. Readers will appreciate the competency framework, which describes the CORE philosophy, PRECISE process, and the ABCs of specific techniques. The book also includes: Additional materials and handouts for use in therapy, including psycho-educational materials for children and parents on common problems, like depression, OCD, PTSD, and anxiety Downloadable, multi-use worksheets for use in the clinician’s therapeutic sessions Practical, real-world case examples that shed light on the techniques and strategies discussed in the book A systematic approach to the use of cognitive behavioural therapy to treat common psychological problems Perfect for professionals and trainees in child and adolescent mental health, like psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, community psychiatric nurses, and occupational therapists, the book also belongs on the shelves of non-mental health professionals, including school nurses and social workers, who regularly work with children in a therapeutic setting.
Negative thought: I am useless at spreadsheets Less negative negative: I
suppose I could do spreadsheets if I work really hard Positive: I have learnt so
many things in my life, I can learn how to be good at spreadsheets too Let's look
at some ...
It is impossible to feel good and at the same time be having negative thoughts. If
you are feeling good, it is because you are thinking good thoughts. You see, you
can have whatever you want in your life, no limits. But there's one catch: You ...
Author: Rhonda Byrne
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
In 2006, a groundbreaking feature-length film revealed the great mystery of the universe – The Secret. Later that year, Rhonda Byrne followed with a book that became a worldwide bestseller. Fragments of a Great Secret have been found in the oral traditions, in literature, in religions and philosophies throughout the centuries. For the first time, all the pieces of The Secret come together in an incredible revelation that will be life-transforming for all who experience it. In this book, you’ll learn how to use The Secret in every aspect of your life – money, health, relationships, happiness, and in every interaction you have in the world. You’ll begin to understand the hidden, untapped power that’s within you, and this revelation can bring joy to every aspect of your life. The Secret contains wisdom from modern-day teachers – men and women who have used it to achieve health, wealth and happiness. By applying the knowledge of The Secret, they bring to light compelling stories of eradicating obstacles, and achieving what many would regard as impossible. Discover the book which has been changing millions of lives around the world. No matter who you are, where you are right now, no matter what you want – when you realise The Secret you can have anything.
sense that pleasure—by which I mean all kinds of good feeling, any sensation,
any internal feeling that feels good or ... being a morally good person is a human
value; but pleasure is also a human value, and I don't think we could imagine a ...
Author: David Edmonds
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Philosophy Bites Again is a brand new selection of interviews from the popular podcast of the same name. It offers engaging and thought-provoking conversations with leading philosophers on a selection of major philosophical issues that affect our lives. Their subjects include pleasure, pain, and humour; consciousness and the self; free will, responsibility, and punishment; the meaning of life and the afterlife. Everyone will find ideas in this book to fascinate, provoke, and inspire them. Philosophy Bites was set up in 2007 by David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton. It has, to date, over 20 million downloads, and is listened to all over the world.
It's sad but true that it is impossible to feel good about yourself for real when you
are other-dependent. This is true no matter how much you try to make yourself believe that someone's praise, compliments, or applause, enough of the right
Author: Patricia Noll
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Is Your Self-Esteem Other-Dependent? Are you unhappy and don't know why or how to fix it? Do you compare yourself to others and end up feeling bad about yourself? Do you worry about what others think about you? Is being successful and having it all not enough? Have you given up on yourself? If your answer is yes to any of the above, you may have other-dependent esteem. According to licensed counselor and self-esteem expert Patricia Noll, other-dependent esteem means that our happiness and self-worth depend upon something outside of ourselves, such as: what we have, do, and know what others think about us looking good being right achievements and accomplishments being the best and more. The problem is that nothing outside of ourselves can truly make us happy-at least not for long. Other-dependent esteem creates a cycle of stress, addictive behavior, dependency, and ultimately deep unhappiness. In Good With Me, Noll presents the same revolutionary approach that has helped her clients at Focus One shift from other-dependent esteem to true, self-dependent esteem-and experience freedom from crippling effects of other-dependency. This simple, practical, step-by-step solution will also help you finally achieve lasting happiness from the inside out, regardless of circumstances. Patricia Noll is a licensed mental health counselor, certified addictions professional, and acupuncture physician. As the founder of Focus One, an outpatient substance abuse program licensed by the stat e of Florida since 1989, Noll specializes in addressing self-esteem as the root of all addiction. She has appeared on television as an addictions expert, and her addiction treatment manual has received endorsements from Deepak Chopra, Larry Dossey, Jack Kornfield, and Jacquelyn Small. Her mission is to help build a society based on true self-esteem, solving the global challenges created by our other-dependent society one person at a time.
She provided shelter for children on a temporary basis, always hopeful that
things would 'come good', asshe usedtosay inher ... Lauren was also chosen to
be partofan exciting new program known as 'Think Good, Feel Good', in
whichshe was ...
Author: Caroline Overington
Publisher: Random House
From the bestselling author of I Came to Say Goodbye. Can you ever escape the secrets of your past? Perfect for fans of Susan Lewis The photograph shows four smiling children. But look closer and you can tell that one of the boys has been crying. Weeks later, that little boy is dead. His mother and her boyfriend are in prison for his murder, and his brother and sisters have been fostered to separate families. No one knows for sure what happened that day, except, possibly, the three remaining children, and they’re not talking. But the past cannot be buried forever, and years later, when the truth about what happened is revealed, will it bring a final healing? Or will the legacy of fear that the children have lived with for so long, finally destroy them?
A child refuses to remain on task during small-group instruction because he or
she hates the feel of chalk dust, for example, and is provided with a ... Think Good
—Feel Good: A Cognitive Behavior Therapy Workbook for Children and Young ...
Author: Sylvia Rockwell
Publisher: Corwin Press
Offering effective methods for teaching appropriate behavior to students who are defiant and disruptive, this book includes real-life teaching anecdotes, research-based strategies, and a unique parent supplement.
remember we have a great capacity to pour affirmation and unconditional love
into someone we love. ... Don't try to impose your views; just help her raise
questions and think about the women represented as people, not mere bodies.
Author: Sheila Bridge
Publisher: Monarch Books
The concept of the ideal sexy body still dominates fashion, advertising - and our thinking. Success, status and sex appeal are all interwoven. Sheila argues that this is dangerous to our well-being and contrary to the central Christian idea of our acceptance in Christ. She shows how we can break bad habits of body and mind, make the most of our corporeal selves and enjoy being the way God made us. As we learn to love our bodies we learn to love ourselves. Makeovers, she writes, are just not enough. 'I don't think you can just fix up the outside of a person. If you don't ever take a look on the inside and unpack all the self-loathing, and replace it with a deep down self-acceptance and a sense of being unconditionally loved, then no amount of surface rearrangement will ever be enough.'
thoughts and feelings, we're going to attract more negative situations and results
from other people and life. Similarly ... When things are going well, we think
positive thoughts, we feel good, and we tend to have lots of good things show up.
Author: Mike Robbins
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Written by a former professional baseball player whose career was ended with an injury to his pitching arm in the middle of his third season, Focus on the Good Stuff is filled with passion, authenticity, and humor. Author Mike Robbins offers a step-by-step program with exercises for overcoming negative influence and obstacles, creating a truly grateful approach to life, and establishing an environment that can support success and peace of mind.
Author: National Education Association of the United States. Dept. of SuperintendencePublish On: 1997
From Now On Starting today I will use the following as my “mantra.” (A mantra is
like a magic word or words to be recited or sung. It is like magic because it may
create positive results. A good mantra makes you think good, feel good, and do ...
Author: National Education Association of the United States. Dept. of Superintendence
Author: Matthew Spurrier, MSPublish On: 2014-03-31
... to think good thoughts and feel good, and when you feel good you attract more
people, events, and circumstances into your life that will make you feel good.
Forgiving benefits you. ! You must have a success attitude, or an “I can” attitude.
Author: Matthew Spurrier, MS
Publisher: Matthew Spurrier
Your life is a series of habits, and those habits have led you to who you are today, and the results you are getting in every area of your life. If you want to change your results, then you have to change the habits that are causing your results. Creating The Life You Really Want, is simple and effective, 5-10 minute daily read, which when applied with total faith, teaches you exactly how to live in harmony with God’s Laws, or The Universal Laws, that determine everything that happens to you in your life. When you work with these laws, there can be only one result, happiness, piece, and prosperity. This eBook will inspire you, and guide you, to live in a new way that will help you to create the life you really want. Your mindset, thinking, beliefs, habits, and actions will change. Your paradigm will shift. You will start to feel better. Your whole outlook on life will change. Best of all your thoughts, beliefs, and perception of how much control you really have over your life will change, and you will begin to feel more empowered than you have ever have before. You will start to live in your natural state. You will begin to feel good everyday, and have happiness in all areas of your life, and not just moments of happiness here and there. You begin to truly love yourself for the first time, and as you love yourself, you will love others. You will live in a new world of happiness, piece, and prosperity, and wonder how you ever lived in your old world. To get the most of out of this eBook, make this way your new habitual way of being. Live in this new way, and may Creating The Life You Really Want, bring you all the happiness, piece, and prosperity, that you can imagine!
Shah-Kazemi, S.N. (2001) Untying the Knot: Muslim Women, Divorce and the
Sharia. Nuffield Foundation, The Signal Press. Stallard, P. (2003). Think Good – Feel Good: A Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Workbook for Children and Young ...
Author: Abigail Sterne
This book describes the impact of domestic violence on children and provides support for education and social care professionals, suggesting practical ways in which Education staff can meet the needs of pupils from difficult home backgrounds.
More than clothes, cosmetics, or coiffures, beauty depends on good health –
physical, emotional, and spiritual. A woman who desires to be beautiful needs
first to look within herself. Some women believe beauty is the same as prettiness.
Author: Dr Bruce Miller
Publisher: Oak Publication Sdn Bhd
Category: Health & Fitness
In the past few years we have learned much about nutrition and beauty. For instance, while we cannot stop aging itself, we can arrest and in some cases even reverse the visible effects of aging. This book is loaded with all of the latest information on the nutrition and health of your hair, skin, and nails. Various problems are addressed, such as nails that crack and split, wrinkles, dry skin, thin lusterless hair, and many others. While physical beauty shouldn't be all-important, most women do like to look their best and feel attractive. Your body reflects your image of yourself and your feelings about yourself. The way you look can influence your level of self-confidence and self-esteem. As far back as ancient Greece, Aristotle is recorded as saying, “Personal beauty is a greater recommendation than any letter of introduction.” True beauty radiates from within, and the loveliest women are those whose outer glow reflects an inner harmony. More than clothes, cosmetics, or coiffures, beauty depends on good health: physical, emotional, and spiritual. A woman's natural attributes – hair, skin, and nails when supplied with optimal nutrition can make her look attractive and appealing. Many women willingly spend a great deal of money to make themselves look good from the outside. After reading this book, I hope you'll spend as much money and time to make yourself look healthy from the inside. Your investment will be returned many times over!
Author: Show What You Know PublishingPublish On: 2012-09-01
Think good things about yourself! The better you feel about yourself, the better
you will do on tests. This does not mean you should go around boasting and
bragging to your friends about how wonderful you are! What helps most on tests
is to ...
Author: Show What You Know Publishing
Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press
Assess student knowledge of the national Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for Reading and Mathematics with two full-length Assessments for each subject. Questions provide students with the necessary practice needed to achieve academic success with the CCSS. Chapters on test-taking strategies and test anxiety build students confidence and test-taking skills. Glossaries familiarize students with vocabulary terms and concepts found on state proficiency tests.
If you perceive yourself as troublesome, complicated or ignorant, then that is
exactly the feeling you transmit to the receiver. If not even you believe in yourself,
how do you expect others to believe in you? hen you give yourself a good sense
Author: Mikael Von Matérn
Category: Health & Fitness
After a few hectic - but wonderful - years, I woke up in a hospital close to my hometown in Sweden. What had happened? Only yesterday, I felt like a champion. Maybe it was my eagerness to explore the world around me that had put me here. Or maybe it was my fear of missing out on some potentially rewarding experience. Maybe I had been just a little bit too eager trying to make my dreams come true, or could my brush with death simply be a case of bad luck? There was a severe inflammation in my brain, which at times made it hard for me even to recognize my loved ones. To me, questions like 2 + 2 seemed more fitting for a rocket scientist. The doctors were deeply concerned and told me that my prognosis was very uncertain. Things certainly looked bleak, but surviving this whole ordeal was still in the cards. At the time, it made more sense to me to simply see my situation as a case of bad luck. Nonetheless, six months later and completely recovered, I realized that this was the result of something completely different. My love for life and my desire to experience as much as possible had blocked my inner signals. It was like an inner voice telling me to "Relax. Don't try to do everything at once. Stop and smell the roses." Unfortunately, I ignored this worried voice that was trying to look out for me. As I took my first stumbling steps leaving the hospital, I can still clearly remember how alert my senses truly were. Children's laughter made me feel all warm inside. The simple beauty of the sky shifting color made me stop all of a sudden in awe. Smelling the first spring flowers gave me goose bumps. The taste of fresh air being sucked into my lungs made me feel deeply relaxed and the sensation of once again experiencing life made me somewhat euphoric. I was completely present in the moment and my senses were shaper than ever before. This was the beginning of a new journey for me. I started to examine exactly what is needed to create the best possible conditions for feeling good and how we are to create the best possible lives for ourselves. Eight years later, I have now compiled my research and theories in this book. My research has led me to conclude that it is possible for each and every one of us to feel good, every day, throughout our whole lives.
Encouraging Self-esteem, Resilience and Well-being in Children and Young
People Using CBT Approaches Laurie Seiler ... Stallard, P. (2002) Think Good Feel Good: A Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Workbook for Children. Chichester:
Author: Laurie Seiler
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Combining a summary of cognitive behavioural therapy principles and step-by-step guidelines on how to use the materials appropriately with a mixture of games, handouts, home activities and therapeutic exercises, the book is designed to encourage resilience and self-esteem and reduce feelings of anxiety and depression.
It might seem unlikely if you're currently feeling down but you can wake up full of
energy, in a good mood and with motivation for the day – that's the Feel Good
Factor and I believe it is our natural state and the right of everyone. No matter
Author: Patrick Holford
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Health & Fitness
Low mood, motivation and depression are endemic, and on the increase. About 40% of all GP visits are for people feeling depressed. In America recent figures show that one in ten have been prescribed anti-depressants. The recession has fuelled the need for the feel good factor. This book, written by leading nutrition expert and psychologist delivers highly effective ways - nutritional and psychological, with practical lifestyle and life management techniques - that really make a difference to how you feel. If you eat the right foods, avoid the wrong ones, your mood will improve dramaticaly - and quickly. Patrick Holford's approach is supported by substantial research, and backed up by poignant and motivating case histories. It also includes case histories of those at the suicidal end of depression who failed to get better with conventional approaches, and recovered completely on Holford's regime. The book would be supported by further in-depth analysis relating to mood and diet taken from Holford's 100% Health survey which was completed by over 55,000 people..