Cognitive Behavioral Therapy : A Complete Guide on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, How To Analyze People, Accelerated Learning, Emotional Intelligence AND Empath: Human Interaction, Psychotherapy, Leadership, Learning Techniques, Relationship
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a relatively short-term, results-oriented type of psychotherapy, which has a clear goal and uses a more practical approach for tackling psychological disorders. The goal usually is to change behavior or thought patterns that cause people to feel the way they do. CBT is employed for treating a large number of mental ailments or disorders from insomnia to relationship issues to substance abuse or anxiety/depression.
How To Analyze People
If there's a single most important skill you can pick up in today's globally connected and technically savvy world, it's the ability to analyze people. How do you determine a good fit for your organization while interviewing potential hires? How do you approach strangers? How about a crush or potential date? How do you build a stunning rapport with clients by diving into their head?
Learning to read other people gives you a definite edge in terms of predicting behavior, modeling your actions to build a favorable rapport with people, forging more fulfilling personal relationships and excelling at building professional relationships. No, I am not suggesting you switch careers to be an FBI agent. However, it doesn't hurt to possess their sharp people analyzing acumen, does it?
When it comes to training, the first word that comes to your mind is the body. You hit the gym every weekend to train your muscles and sculpt your body. You run daily to train your endurance. While your appearance is crucial, don't forget about one of the most important parts of the body - your brain.
Training your brain seems to be a daunting task yet it's a skill that helps in each aspect of your life. From passing tests to learning new languages to remembering faces, your brain can work a miracle.
There are various definitions of emotional intelligence (EQ or EI), like:
The ability to recognize your own emotions and those of others, for managing feelings well in our relationships, ourselves and for motivating ourselves.It is the capacity to understand, use, identify and manage your own emotions in positive ways to empathize with others, communicate effectively, defuse conflict, relieve stress and overcome challenges.The capacity to comprehend and recognize what others are going through emotionally.EmpathThe difference between Empaths and Empathy: Most people know what empathy is, but being an empath is something entirely different. An empath is someone who has a very heightened ability to relate to others and feel what they are going through. This will be explained in more detail in the introduction, as well as throughout the book.The Challenges of being an Empath: Any empath knows that the path comes with many challenges, including getting taken advantage of by manipulative people and also just getting overwhelmed by taking on the emotions of others. In chapter two, we will cover the challenges and defenses of the average empath, and throughout the rest of the book, you will get tips on how to deal with this.Inside This Complete 5 Book Bundle You Will Find Everything You Need To Know About Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, How To Analyze People, Accelerated Learning, Emotional Intelligence and EmpathScroll Up And Click The "BUY" Button!
- Paperback | 522 pages
- 127 x 203 x 27mm | 513g
- 10 Feb 2018
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform