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DR MELANIE FENNELL
is the author of Overcoming Low
Self-Esteem and Overcoming Low Self-Esteem Self-Help Course.
She currently works as the Director of an advanced cognitive therapy course, which is a collaborative venture between the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre (OCTC) and Oxford
University. One of the first clinician researchers to introduce cognitive therapy to the UK, she was a founder member of the OCTC, an internationally recognized centre of excellence in cognitive therapy and training. As a member of research teams in the Oxford University Department of
Psychiatry, Melanie contributed to the development and evaluation of cognitive treatment fora range of emotional problems. A recognized expert on low self-esteem with an interest in depression, she has run many workshops and presented research papers at major international conferences.
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The aim of the Overcoming series is to enable people with a range of common problems and disorders to take control of their own recovery program.
Each title, with its specially tailored program, is devised by a practicing clinician using the latest techniques of cognitive behavioral therapy techniques which have been shown to be highly effective in changing the way patients think about themselves and their problems.
The series was initiated in 1993 by Peter Cooper, Professor of Psychology at Reading University and Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge in the UK whose original volume on overcoming bulimia nervosa and binge-eating continues to help many people in the USA, the UK and Europe. Titles in the series include:
OVERCOMING ANGER AND IRRITABILITY
OVERCOMING ANOREXIA NERVOSA
OVERCOMING ANXIETY
OVERCOMING BODY IMAGE PROBLEMS
OVERCOMING BULIMIA NERVOSA AND BINGE-EATING
OVERCOMING CHILDHOOD TRAUMA
OVERCOMING CHRONIC FATIGUE
OVERCOMING CHRONIC PAIN
OVERCOMING COMPULSIVE GAMBLING
OVERCOMING DEPERSONALIZATION AND FEELINGS OF UNREALITY
OVERCOMING DEPRESSION
OVERCOMING GRIEF
OVERCOMING INSOMNIA AND SLEEP PROBLEMS
OVERCOMING LOW SELF-ESTEEM
OVERCOMING MOOD SWINGS
OVERCOMING OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER
OVERCOMING PANIC
OVERCOMING PARANOID AND SUSPICIOUS THOUGHTS
OVERCOMING RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS
OVERCOMING SEXUAL PROBLEMS
OVERCOMING SOCIAL ANXIETY AND SHYNESS
OVERCOMING TRAUMATIC STRESS
OVERCOMING WEIGHT PROBLEMS
OVERCOMING WORRY
OVERCOMING YOUR CHILD’S FEARS AND WORRIES
OVERCOMING YOUR CHILD’S SHYNESS AND SOCIAL ANXIETY
OVERCOMING YOUR SMOKING HABIT
All titles in the series are available by mail order.
Please seethe order format the back of this book.
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