Free Yourself from Emetophobia :A CBT Self-Help Guide for a Fear of Vomiting - Free Yourself

Free Yourself from Emetophobia

Free Yourself from Emetophobia :A CBT Self-Help Guide for a Fear of Vomiting - Free Yourself

Published: 21 September, 2021

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Emetophobia can have a huge impact on daily life, from avoiding certain foods and alcohol to worrying about travel, pregnancy, hygiene and caring for loved ones when they are ill. This self-help guide will help you to better understand emetophobia and give you the tools to overcome it.

Using proven cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) including exposure and response prevention (ERP) techniques, this book will support you to:

* Understand what emetophobia is and what keeps it going
* Identify your problems and goals
* Set out a step-by-step plan to challenge and defeat your emetophobia
* Overcome common challenges and setbacks.

The book also includes guidance on medical treatment and advice for friends, partners and family of adults and young people with emetophobia.

The book is informative, practical and supportive; a great resource for understanding and overcoming emetophobia providing you with tips and tools you need to prepare yourself for dealing with it. Clear, concise and not at all condescending it is ideal for anyone wanting to break free from their fear. -- Anxiety UK
An invaluable resource for anyone living with emetophobia. I wish this book had been around when I was having therapy for my emetophobia, but I'm so glad to have it now to dip into whenever I need it. -- Melissa Boyle, author of Geek Magnifique: Finding the Logic in my OCD and blogger at Geek Magnifique.

Alexandra Keyes is a Clinical Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM). She currently works at a national residential unit for severe and enduring anxiety disorders, including emetophobia. She has conducted research into Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for emetophobia, and published articles on emetophobia and its treatment.

David Veale is a Consultant Psychiatrist in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy at SLaM and the Nightingale Hospital, London and a Visiting Professor in CBT at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King's College London. He is recognised as an international expert on emetophobia and is the author of several books on the topic of health anxiety, OCD, BDD and depression.

Type Book
ISBN 9781787753310
Number Of Pages 192
Item Weight 360 g
Product Dimensions 150 x 228 x 14 mm
Publisher Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Format Paperback