theres info about them on the net
can often be bought cheaper on ebay, many buy them but never get around to looking at them
some get panicky at the thought of using them and thats all for them
I do not have any experience with either but I agree ebay is a good place to shop for these.
Both are on the internet in fact one does a comparison but it is a bit biased as it is sponsored by one of the 2 methods.
I am glad other members had more info for you.
Take care and keep posting.
Post Edited (stkitt) : 6/27/2007 2:27:57 PM (GMT-6)
bassett had agoraphobia severely, dont know about the others
claire weekes books are all good and reasuring and worth having, she was a pioneer of CBT but has been dead for a while now
Hello Tif and welcome to HealingWell. I am so pleased you found us. The members are wise and truly caring.
CBT has help so many people and there is a free online site which I will give you info in a minute. CBT is particularly suitable for specific problems such as phobias, panic attacks, eating disorders and depression.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is based on the idea that our thoughts cause our feelings and behaviors, not external things, like people, situations, and events. The benefit of this fact is that we can change the way we think to feel / act better even if the situation does not change.
Kitt, Co-Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
Thank you for your warmest welcomes!
Again, if anyone has an opinion on what method worked best for them and why, please please please let me know. I am reading alot in here about people regressing on these programs......is that the result of our thoughts getting the best of us??
Family members can go either way. One day they can be very supportive and the next they just do not have time to deal with our issues.
It is not that they don't care, they don't understand. That is why we have to work on healing ourselves.
Post Edited (Seng) : 3/19/2009 5:58:32 PM (GMT-6)