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The CBT Art Workbook for Managing Stress

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Using the principles of CBT, these illustrated worksheets help adults to understand and manage feelings of stress.

The activities follow the framework of a typical CBT course: how it works, looking at the nature of stress, linking thoughts, feelings, behaviour and physiology cycles, exploring different levels of thinking and beliefs, and identifying goals and future planning. It presents these theories in an accessible way so that adults are familiar with the foundations of CBT they will be using in the worksheets. They can complete them by writing or drawing, alongside the opportunity to colour in parts of the pages as they consider ideas.

Suitable for adults in individual or group work, this is an excellent book to use as a standalone resource or in conjunction with professional therapy to deal with stress.
  • Published: Mar 19 2020
  • Pages: 144
  • 246 x 172mm
  • ISBN: 9781787750982
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Press Reviews

  • Alison Ruck, Teacher of young adults with social, emotional and mental health needs.

    Another outstanding addition to Jennifer Guest's excellent series of CBT Art Workbooks for Mental and Emotional Wellbeing. These books have been invaluable for the vulnerable young adults I work with. This one is packed with clear, understandable explanations about the nature of stress and how cbt can help presented in a format which is accessible to all. You don't have to be artistic to work through the sheets but they enable participants to develop an understanding of their emotions and explore techniques to help them in a safe and confidential way.
  • Teresa Howarth, Speech and Language Stammering Specialist

    This beautifully illustrated workbook is intelligently presented with clear explanations; lending itself well for use with or without therapy support, and small group work. I look forward to using it with the young people and adults to support stress management in relation to their experiences of reactions to their stammer.