The CBT Journal for Mental Health: Evidence-Based Prompts to Improve Your Well-Being (Paperback)

The CBT Journal for Mental Health: Evidence-Based Prompts to Improve Your Well-Being By Jordan A. Madison, LCMFT Cover Image

The CBT Journal for Mental Health: Evidence-Based Prompts to Improve Your Well-Being (Paperback)

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Improve your mental health with guidance based in cognitive behavioral therapy

In the hustle and bustle of modern life, it can be challenging to make space for your mental health—but it's never been more important. This guided journal helps you develop healthy practices based on the principles of CBT, with a range of evidence-backed prompts and exercises focused on overall well-being.

What sets this mental health journal apart:
  • Integrated healing—Discover how CBT can support your emotional, psychological, and social well-being.
  • A mix of exercises—Explore writing prompts, positive affirmations, breathing exercises, and other practical activities designed to help you reframe thought patterns and behaviors to better align with your goals and values.
  • Additional guidance—Complete this journal on its own or in conjunction with The CBT Workbook for Mental Health for extra support.

Ground your journaling in CBT and increase your well-being with this top choice in mental health books.
JORDAN A. MADISON, LCMFT, is a licensed clinical marriage and family therapist. She owns a private practice that helps individuals and couples heal from their pasts to understand their present and create the future they desire. Visit her on Instagram @therapyismyJAM.
Product Details ISBN: 9781638788829
ISBN-10: 1638788820
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: March 29th, 2022
Pages: 176
Language: English
"This workbook is magnificent for anyone looking to acknowledge and process their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The prompts and exercises are practical, thought-provoking, and elicit self-awareness and change. I'm a mental health therapist and can't wait to use this on myself and with my clients!" —Genardra Pugh, MA, LCPC, clinician and owner of Growing New Potential Counseling

"At a time when mental health awareness is growing, The CBT Journal for Mental Health is a timely submission. The patient-centered approach provides education and thoughtful guidelines while using the key skills that promote insight into one's mental health. These skills can be used practically and among various populations." —Carol Clay, PsyD, licensed clinical psychologist

"The perfect balance of exercises, affirmations, and reflection. This journal helps you create intentional time to prioritize your well-being. Sometimes CBT can seem complex, but this journal breaks it down in a way that is accessible and easily applied. Grab your copy today!" —Josee' Muldrew, LAPC