Habit Change, Today

by Clayton Redfield

Publisher: Sueton Hall Press

Publication Date: December 06, 2017

ISBN: 9781386822561

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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This is the small but powerful book by Clayton Redfield that reveals the secret of a Single Thought Process® for the behavior change of any cognitive behavior and you can accomplish today, right now.
The Single Thought Process® (STP) is the innovative method which showed that for the change of cognitive behavior, it is not necessary to take years or months or even days of therapy to change any cognitive behavior. STP is a self-managed concept that can be put into practice at any time you want to bring an instant behavior change.
Developed during Redfield's career as a therapist and clinical director of one of the largest treatment centers for concurrent disorders of criminal behavior in the United States, it continues to be a self-selling sales success with Single-Thought-System® presented to millions of people around the world, and now it is available in 18 languages.
Redfield realizes that true success in self-behavioral change encompasses a delicate balance of personal effectiveness, but is also used by professionals, so this compact and powerful book is utilized for better results in both areas.
Redfield affirms that there is no need to go through the changes of therapeutic paradigms and pay thousands of dollars with the greatest number of billable hours for insurances, which sometimes extends into years, with some therapists.
There is nothing difficult to understand about this process. The Single Thought Process® is specifically designed to be as simple as learning to know how to perform a simple magic trick for children, one that surprises others, but when they learn how it is done, no one can believe it is so simple. In fact, most people do not think it works ... that is, until they try.
So far, no books have been returned and the acknowledgments succinctly state that Single Thought Process® works for all cognitive behavioral changes, including behaviors associated with addictions*, anger, anxiety, help with ...