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Metacognitive Therapy for Anxiety and Depression by Adrian Wells
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5.0 out of 5 stars groundbreaking, 5 Sep 2009
This book delivers. It is one of the few recent publications that every psychotherapist should read. It is well written, theoretically very sound, and practical. Although it may seem this way when reading the introduction, this is nor "cookbook" or an easy take on therapy. The theoretical chapters are the results of years of work by Wells and colleagues. They do require some studying because the concepts, although clearly presented, are not that easy to understand at first. The practical part of the book may give the idea that you can start treating right away, which is not the case. Being a cognitive behaviour therapist and forensic psychologist and having had some training by Adrian Wells… Read more

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