Thinking Healthy: Weight and Nutrition
Lecture 16 of 24Downloadable Audiobook - 2015
This Lecture: Yo-yo no more: Patients who used CBT to manage their relationship with food and exercise showed decreased weight, decreased body mass index, decreased waist circumference, and improved eating habits. Use the core behavior change principles from previous lectures and apply them to healthy eating and exercise habits. The Course: Everyone has something about their life that they would like to improve. Cognitive behavioral therapy is a scientific, logical approach that investigates well-tested, practical techniques to assess your situation and select appropriate tools for change. Become aware of your daily thoughts, manage moods, and modify undesirable behaviors. All Lectures: 1. Cognitive Behavioral Foundations 2. Quantified Self-Assessment for Therapy 3. Setting Therapeutic Goals 4. Third-Wave Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 5. Stress and Coping 6. Anxiety and Fear 7. Treating Depression 8. Anger and Rage 9. Advanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 10. Positive Psychology 11. Healing Traumatic Injuries 12. Forgiveness and Letting Go 13. Digging Deep and Finding Meaning 14. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Medicine 15. Staying on the Wagon 16. Thinking Healthy: Weight and Nutrition 17. Behavioral Therapy for Chemical Addictions 18. Getting a Good Night's Sleep 19. Mastering Chronic Pain 20. Building and Deepening Relationships 21. Constructive Conflict and Fighting Fair 22. Thriving at Work through Behavioral Health 23. Developing Emotional Flexibility 24. Finding the Best Help
Publisher: [United States]: The Great Courses, 2015.
Branch Call Number: eAudiobook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 audio file (30 min.)) : digital. digital,digital recording data file
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