Synopses & Reviews
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is generally used to get rid of negative habits and to build new, more positive ones. This jargon-free, concise guide teaches you how to tackle issues such as lack of self-motivation or feelings of inadequacy and replace them with new ways of thinking that make you happier and more effective.
A Practical Guide to using CBT to improve the way you work and how you feel about work.
About the Author
M.A. (Psych), B.Ed (Hons) has 15 years experience as a Psychotherapist / Trainer. She has worked for a large International Employee Assistance programme, based in London as a Case Manager and Affiliate Counsellor, and has had a private practice since 1992, CadMan Ltd.
She has worked widely in the Corporate industries, writing and delivering courses in Change Management, Performance and Appraisal, Diversity, Executive Coaching, Train the Trainer and uniquely 'Happiness at Work' courses, incorporating CBT in the workplace.
Past clients she has worked for when working for Ceridian include, J P Morgan, H.M. Treasury, Glaxo Smith Kline, Capital Bank, Institute of Chartered Surveyors, and Investors in People. Gill has also worked with Oxford University, TUI, Cunard, Saga, and P&O.
Gill is a Senior Accredited REBT Practitioner, registered on the National joint CBT / REBT register, published by BABCP, The British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. Gill is also a member of the British Psychological Society, and a Counselling Psychologist and Coaching Psychology Group member.