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By David, Lee; Brewin, Debbie; Illustrated by Price, Rebecca
10 minutes is all you need a day to develop the skills for better mental health. Covering low mood, anxiety and worry, self-esteem and more, the bitesize information, exercises and video and audio clips in this book will help you to plan and carry out changes in your day-to-day l...ife. Survive and thrive with CBT and mindfulness.Read more
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By David, Lee
Managing Anxiety Disorders aims to improve the recognition and treatment of anxiety disorders in primary care. For each type of disorder, it covers how to recognise it and make the diagnosis, how to explain it to patients, and to manage it, including using simple 10 minute CBT st...rategies to encourage self-help.Read more
Using CBT in General Practice, second edition is essential reading for all GPs, who must now offer CBT as a treatment option. The book provides the practical advice needed to implement CBT within the time constraints of a busy practice.
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The latest Australian Biographical Monograph focuses on the formative years and political career of Stanley Melbourne Bruce to his defeat as Prime Minister in 1929. This period included winning a hotly contested by-election in Flinders in 1918, which brought with it the introduct...ion of preferential voting; a short interlude on the back bench; one year as Treasurer in 1922-23; and then a period as Prime Minister from February 1923 until October 1929, when he was still in his forties. Bruce's career after 1929 was in many ways as distinguished as the period from 1918 to 1929. Notable in this second career after 1929 was his support for institutions such as the League of Nations and the Food and Agriculture Organization. The argument of this book is that the theme that connects Bruce's first period in Australian politics from 1918 until 1929 with his later career is that of institution building.Read more
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