Dr. Dylan Kollman  PhD  -  Resolving the Anxiety Dilemma [Kindle Edition] - Free Download @ Amazon
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Dr. Dylan Kollman PhD - Resolving the Anxiety Dilemma [Kindle Edition] - Free Download @ Amazon

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Found 16th JanEdited by:"Boz"
30 Reviews (27 are 5 Star) - Average score is 4.9 out of 5 !!!

Hope this helps someone appears to be a really good book on an Increasingly common condition.
NOW THERE IS A WAY TO RESOLVE ANXIETY PROBLEMS

Worry.Panic attacks. Unpleasant anxious feelings. In the past, these and

other problems were very hard to treat. People would spend years in therapy with minimal improvement.With the development of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), things have finally changed. CBT is an evidence-based treatment that strategically targets anxiety symptoms.

Studies show that this approach is highly effective, rapidly improving

anxious thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.This is the goal of Resolving the Anxiety Dilemma — to help readers understand the nature of anxiety problems and resolve them with the powerful tools of cognitive-behavioral therapy.  Using the

latest research, Dr. Kollman reveals the surprising factor that drives

anxiety issues. He also shows how changing our response to anxiety leads

to a great reward: a freer and less anxious life within a wider world.


DR. KOLLMAN





Dylan M. Kollman, PhD is a clinical psychologist and author of Resolving the Anxiety Dilemma.
He received his doctorate from Boston University, where he trained at
the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, and completed a
postdoctoral fellowship at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Dr. Kollman
worked internationally as a management consultant before becoming a
psychologist, and his research is published in leading journals. He is
currently working on a children's book entitled I Can Do It When I'm Scared.

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 8492 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Beach Light Press LLC (25 Sept. 2016)

  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01LZAA7T5
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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I'm worried about buying this to be honest.
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Thanks for sharing. I know of someone who this could help so cheers, will pass on the info
I'm worried about buying this to be honest.
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maffeycourt1 m ago

I'm worried about buying this to be honest.



Don't worry the book will help you through the pages
Thank you professor Boz
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phillyboy6 m ago

Thank you professor Boz



YOu're Welcome

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Thanks Boz.
I'm stressed out should I get this or not?
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youtu.be/e33…Ar0 so good for relaxation
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maffeycourt2 h, 19 m ago

I'm worried about buying this to be honest.


Don't do it, this book could kill you.
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maffeycourt2 h, 28 m ago

I'm worried about buying this to be honest.


No need to worry, it's free.
Thanks op!!
I don't have a kindle but would love to read this.
Im suffering from anxeity and depression at times so it would have been helpful. I have Anxiety with my periods and bladder control
Misslovely47 m ago

I don't have a kindle but would love to read this. Im suffering from …I don't have a kindle but would love to read this. Im suffering from anxeity and depression at times so it would have been helpful. I have Anxiety with my periods and bladder control


You don’t need a kindle. Just use the kindle app on a smartphone or tablet
Many thanks Boz.
Thanks Boz..
Once again thanks very much.
Heat added
Cheers Boz
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Misslovely12 h, 55 m ago

I don't have a kindle but would love to read this. Im suffering from …I don't have a kindle but would love to read this. Im suffering from anxeity and depression at times so it would have been helpful. I have Anxiety with my periods and bladder control


Yes try the apps they are really good and offer a lot of options.
Boz1 h, 27 m ago

Yes try the apps they are really good and offer a lot of options. …Yes try the apps they are really good and offer a lot of options.



You can read it in a web browser on a PC too.
I can't comment about this book specifically, but as someone who was sent to CBT classes by my doctor, the whole "think yourself better" method of treatment is a little too simplistic, and almost, condescending to those who suffer from long-term anxiety as there's often other issues going on alongside.

Distraction may work, to a degree, but it's the opposite of using a sledgehammer to crack a nut.

Maybe it works for some but if you had absolute control over your thought processes you'd programme yourself to be deliriously happy every day, wouldn't you? Some days I feel awful, I wake from stressful dreams, I feel tense, I wake up shaking, and I don't always know why.
louiselouise1 h, 13 m ago

I can't comment about this book specifically, but as someone who was sent …I can't comment about this book specifically, but as someone who was sent to CBT classes by my doctor, the whole "think yourself better" method of treatment is a little too simplistic, and almost, condescending to those who suffer from long-term anxiety as there's often other issues going on alongside.Distraction may work, to a degree, but it's the opposite of using a sledgehammer to crack a nut.Maybe it works for some but if you had absolute control over your thought processes you'd programme yourself to be deliriously happy every day, wouldn't you? Some days I feel awful, I wake from stressful dreams, I feel tense, I wake up shaking, and I don't always know why.


I agree. 'Free will' (if such a thing exists) is extremely limited and no match for unconscious beliefs, patterns and conditioning. If you believe, deep down, that you don't deserve to be happy (for example because a parent left when you were too young to understand it wasn't because of you), then shifting those deep beliefs will take more than just "smile! Think of your last holiday!" etc. There are so many deeper issues people are plagued with - what if I'm not good enough? What if I get rejected/abandoned? What am I denying about myself and my life? To try and brush those things away with distraction techniques is only going to make them more powerful in the long run.
rabbitmoon57 m ago

I agree. 'Free will' (if such a thing exists) is extremely limited and no …I agree. 'Free will' (if such a thing exists) is extremely limited and no match for unconscious beliefs, patterns and conditioning. If you believe, deep down, that you don't deserve to be happy (for example because a parent left when you were too young to understand it wasn't because of you), then shifting those deep beliefs will take more than just "smile! Think of your last holiday!" etc. There are so many deeper issues people are plagued with - what if I'm not good enough? What if I get rejected/abandoned? What am I denying about myself and my life? To try and brush those things away with distraction techniques is only going to make them more powerful in the long run.



I am reasonably articulate (by which I mean, in a potentially anxiety-provoking setting talking about emotional issues - which surprised even me - I was expecting to stay mute)!! And said that out loud in the class - the people hosting it didn't seem too pleased with my point of view and probably had me marked down as "defensive". I went there with an open mind and I'd be more than happy to take on board new methods of treatment that I felt had something new to offer.

They spent the first class raving about how "CBT is the new NHS frontline psychological treatment" as though they were delighted they'd won the contract, or something. Thanks for that, but I'm here to try and get better, not listen to how great CBT is/you are!

I went to the follow-up classes, but my initial thoughts didn't really change, unfortunately...
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louiselouise1 h, 56 m ago

I am reasonably articulate (by which I mean, in a potentially …I am reasonably articulate (by which I mean, in a potentially anxiety-provoking setting talking about emotional issues - which surprised even me - I was expecting to stay mute)!! And said that out loud in the class - the people hosting it didn't seem too pleased with my point of view and probably had me marked down as "defensive". I went there with an open mind and I'd be more than happy to take on board new methods of treatment that I felt had something new to offer.They spent the first class raving about how "CBT is the new NHS frontline psychological treatment" as though they were delighted they'd won the contract, or something. Thanks for that, but I'm here to try and get better, not listen to how great CBT is/you are!I went to the follow-up classes, but my initial thoughts didn't really change, unfortunately...

I really don't think NHS (and Nice guidelines) have a clue what they're doing when it comes to efficacy for mental wellbeing. I remember when they pushed NRT on every smoker (they still do) bouncing the "you're 4x more likely to quit with NRT!" line over and over, based on flawed research that had no double-blind control. But, it made millions for pharmaceuticals selling NRT (who also sponsored the dodgy research of course). The CBT wave reminds me a lot of that, its used to blanket-bomb a lot of complex issues, and while it might sometimes be helpful, practitioners tend to be too egocentric to acknowledge the existence of other more appropriate solutions - which could trample all over the hope and potential a person has for actually addressing their root causes. I'm all for processes that tap into unconscious dynamics, e.g. gestalt therapy, decent hypnotherapy.
Charging full price maybe I’m doing something wrong.
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