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Episode 15 – Henk Explains How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Works

Episode 15 –Henk Explains How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Works

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Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 15 – Henk Explains How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Works

A covernsation between Paul Garrigan & Henk Nagel
In this episode, Henk discusses the value of CBT for people recovering from addiction. He explains how this approach is incorporated into the Hope program, and how clients can continue to use these tools once they return home.

Here is a link to the book Henk recommends at the end of the show Cognitive Behvioural Therapy for Dummies by Rhena Branch & Rob Wilson

Some of the topics covered in the show include:

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